Many are stepping up to help victims of hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, Maria, and the recent earthquakes in Mexico, with donations of money, supplies, volunteers helping to rebuild, donate blood, etc., but one woman is making a massive impact using a skill that she’s honed for years; extreme couponing.
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Texas resident Kimberly Gager has been clipping coupons in a big way for years. Now she’s turned that cost-cutting savvy into help for dozens of San Antonia families by putting the word out on Facebook for those who have coupons to spare, and hitting the stores.
Gage has shared video of herself clearing shelves of baby food at her local Target and other stores, scooping up diapers, cleaning supplies, baby food, toiletries, and anything else that families starting over can use:
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Luckily she’s got the room to store the donations, as well;
Gage tries to get supplies for free, or to pay as little as possible.
Want to help hurricane victims? Here are some links for Canadians:
Canadian Red Cross (for Hurricane Harvey)
World Vision (for several disasters/countries)