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April 5 to April 23, 2022
Going Green! $100 PayPal Cash Giveaway!
Hosted By: Mommy’s Playbook
Co-Hosted By: Deliciously Savvy & The Frugal Grandmom
Earth Day is Friday, April 22nd! That means you have the opportunity to celebrate Earth Day for an entire weekend! Take off for the weekend with your family to go on a camping trip, do a beach cleanup, or volunteer with your local wildlife group. Many colleges and communities host a variety of events to celebrate — find one near you and let’s GO GREEN together!
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$100 PayPal Cash!
The giveaway is open US/CAN Only, 18+
The giveaway ends 4/23 at 1159 pm est
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5 thoughts on “Ends 4-23 – Going Green! Earth Day PayPal Cash Giveaway!”
Simple Green is my favorite. We’ve used it for years and works great.
Stasher Platinum Silicone Food “Bagggies” are my favorite
Tom’s. It keeps me clean and green.
Adidas shoes makes a Limited Edition Sneaker that is completely made out of plastic recovered from the ocean.
I guess it would be considered green since it’s reusable and replaces single use plastic. The stasher sandwich bags are a solid investment I really like.