Gifts Deals in Cleveland
The Issue: Dangers to Family Pets in Emergency Situations Financial strains such as hospitalization or home foreclosures can make it difficult for owners to properly care for family pets. Domestic violence also places animals at risk: 71% of pet-owning women entering domestic-violence shelters reported that their batterer had threatened, injured, or killed family pets for revenge or to exert control, according to data cited in a joint report by the American Humane Association and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The Campaign: Emergency Foster Care for Pets If this Grassroots campaign raises $500, then Berea Animal Rescue Friends (ARF) can ...
A bouquet of flowers should make the recipient feel loved and confident that the flowers weren't stolen from the wicker basket of a frolicking child. Fill someone's heart with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Flowers and Gifts The online boutique brims with birthday arrangements and gifts ($19.99–$189.99) such as the FTD Floral Jewels birthstone collection ($69.99–$159.99), an exclusive group of bouquets and jewelry inspired by the hues of birthstones. The College Rose collection ($49.99–$129.99) shows school pride in floral form, and à la carte jewelry and other gifts offer pleasant alternatives for those allergic to flowers. FTD offers ...
The Issue: Hospitalization During the Holidays During the holidays, the strain on families with hospitalized children can grow especially onerous. Due to the necessity of staying close to their child, parents have little time to shop for gifts or plan a celebration. What's more, the enormous financial burden of hospital bills can limit options or even rule out holiday celebrations altogether. The Campaign: Funding Holiday Gifts for Youth with Cancer If 30 people donate $10, then Jeremy Cares, Inc., can provide holiday gifts to 12 children who are patients at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. Each additional $25 ...
The Issue: Functional Illiteracy Among Cleveland Adults An estimated 66% of Cleveland residents aged 16 or older were considered functionally illiterate in 2005–2007, according to a report from Case Western Reserve University. These individuals have literacy levels below the National Educational Goals Panel’s minimum of Level 3, meaning they read below a sixth-grade level and may have difficulty performing everyday tasks such as reading a bus schedule and understanding a prescription. Individuals who are unable to read are often at a severe disadvantage when looking for work and can find it harder to escape from poverty. The Campaign: Tutoring Adults ...
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May purchase multiple vouchers. One voucher per person, per visit. No cash value. Tax not included. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws.
$25 for $50 worth of anything in the store Trunk-style tables, carved wooden cabinets and more Handmade gifts include jewelry, handbags and scarves Open Tuesday–Sunday DealChicken and the family love their cozy, country-themed coop. He's always on the lookout for new items, and he's found a treasure trove at Primitive Country Memories. This warm, fun shop seems to have a little bit of everything—from trunk-style tables and carved wooden cabinets to rugs, bookcases, pillows and so much more. The handmade primitives make great gift ideas (for yourself, too!). Other gift options include fun jewelry, handbags and scarves. Today you can buy $50 worth of whatever strikes your fancy for just $25!
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