Swagbucks is Raising Swagbucks to Make a Monetary Donation to aid Japan’s Recent Earthquake


For you Swagbucks members they are doing a special fundraiser through April 8th, where you can donate Swagbucks to aid in Japan’s recent tragedy and Swagbucks will make a monetary donation from those points. It’s a great way to make a donation if you don’t have a lot of cash to spend, but have some Swagbucks you have earned that you can spare or contribute. 

Not a member yet? Join and by searching and participating in other means of earning Swagbucks you can redeem them for various prizes (or contribute to causes such as this). If you use the code “HelpJapan” at registration you will earn 50 additional Swagbucks which can be used toward the drive or save for later. If you would like to use my referral link to join that would be lovely, but I don’t want to make this a plug for my account. Getting as many donations and as much aid to the people in Japan in first and foremost, no matter how you decide to do it! I keep hoping and praying the radiation issues don’t spread south towards any of my family and that things keep looking up for all of the people coping and grieving this tragic event. 

Visit the Swagbucks Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Relief Fund page for additional information and to make a donation.

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