It’s that time of year, and finding just the right presents for your loved ones can be challenging! Did you know that you can give the gift of a Parent Talk membership?
For a friend, family member, neighbor or co-worker with kids, membership in PT will mean so many things — access to museum passes, PT events, lectures, playgroups, retail discounts, community support and more. You will also be giving the gift of memories-in-the-making.
|Kids and parents alike enjoyed Elmo Story Time at Parent Talk’s Playspace earlier this year.|
Just email email@example.com with “PT Gift Subscription” in the subject line. You will receive an email response with a form to fill out with various payment options. Send in your reply and relax a little, knowing that at least one item on your gift list has been taken care of!
Along with shopping for gifts, another thing that typically happens at this time of year are requests for charitable donations. And every year, you dig deep and give to a few good causes as budget allows, while you leave a bunch of remaining requests “for next year.” Parent Talk may have fallen into the second category of “maybe next year” giving. But donating to Parent Talk need not take an extra penny out of your pocket.
AmazonSmile will give 0.5% of the purchase price of qualified items to the charity of your choice. When you think of all that Parent Talk has done to enrich the lives of you and your family, why not make PT your charitable choice?
|At Parent Talk’s annual Barn Babies event, children have an opportunity to hold and touch baby animals, such as at the duckling Touch Tank.|
Just go to smile.amazon.com. Under the search box at the top of the page, there is an option to change the supported charity. Choose Parent Talk, then shop as usual! Your shopping experience will stay the same, including the price. Well, one thing may change — the added satisfaction that comes from making a contribution that supports PT!
About the author
Darlene W. Cancell is an attorney turned stay-at-home mom, and most recently, blog coordinator for Parent Talk.