Savannah holiday shopping for good causes

You’ve got tons of holiday shopping to do. Why not try to help out a few non-profits while spending on gifts?  Here are ways to shop and do outreach work simultaneously.

next-generation-logoThe Next Generation and Byrd Cookie Company Give Back During the Holidays: Purchase a select group of gifts from Byrd Cookie Company and Byrd will donate 50% of the profits back to The Next Generation, volunteer organization founded to benefit the patients and families of the Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah. Select gifts include a Logo Cookie Tin, a Coffee Tumbler filled with Mocha Chocolate Chip Coffee Cookies or the “I Believe” Holiday Cookie Jar filled with an assortment of Byrd’s most popular treats. In addition to fundraising to purchase equipment for the children’s wings of the hospital, The Next Generation membership provides seasonal decorations for the halls of the children’s hospital, end of chemo and birthday parties for patients and pediatric educational opportunities to parents in the community.

Stop by Byrd Cookie Company, 6700 Waters Ave., or order online at and give back to the Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center. For more information on The Next Generation and volunteer opportunities, go to


childrens-healthcare-gift-shopShopping Pass at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta: This holiday season, why not buy a gift that keeps on giving? Shop for your family and friends at the Children’s gift shops, and 100 percent of the proceeds benefit the patients and families being cared for at Children’s. As an added bonus to give your pocket book a little break, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is offering a 25 percent-off coupon to their gift shops this holiday season through Dec. 25. Get into the holiday spirit this season with holiday shopping that helps kids!

2010 Holiday Cards are available for purchase. Proceeds benefit the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Services of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Click here.

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