Wednesday, October 3, 2012


I was really excited for this SIMPLE Service Project called Dial Into Giving. It is a privilege to be able to serve out in our community. I wanted to participate in the #DialCFK Champions for Kids because it gives our family and others to learn about serving in our community with a SIMPLE act. It's so important to us to be out there serving our local neighborhoods. I want to be 1 in a Million to help reach 20 million kids by 2020 with the gift of GIVING. It's so SIMPLE. Donate your time or your resources to your local homeless shelter, check your church bulletins for opportunities, and why not just look around and I'm sure you will see a need of some kind. 

We decided to DIAL Into Giving by going to Walmart and purchasing toiletries for our local homeless shelter. You can purchase an eight pack of soap for under $4.oo. Then you can Live to Give back into your community.

We are going to host a DIAL Into Giving party inviting our friends to Give back to our local homeless shelter which I hope in turn will light a fire within there hearts to give back. Not only can you purchase DIAL Soap but you purchase the DIAL bath wash for a needy family or your homeless shelter. 

Did You Know?  
According to the US Census, now over 1 in 5 children are living in poverty in the United States. 
Wow, we could be that 1.

In 2011, the number of Americans receiving food stamps hit an all-time high at 46.2 million people- almost 15% of the country?
Amazing, people are hurting.

Food Stamps cannot be used to buy soap,shampoo, or basic household supplies necessary for good hygiene and healthy children.
Think about it, No Clean Hands, Nasty Germs, Feel SICK!!!!

For 98 cents you purchase a hand soap or two,three, or even four and give it away to someone that needs to hear about basic hygiene for themselves or there children. You don't have to spend alot to make a difference. 

Walmart is offering the Dial hand soap for 98 cents until the end of October at stores nationwide. 

Men are the providers in our household, they need to feel clean. DIAL has a line just for them to keep them feeling clean. 

We purchased some basic hygiene items at Walmart to give our local homeless shelter. Toothpaste is very important to basic hygiene. 

 Our shopping cart of the many items we purchased to start off our DIAL Into Giving SIMPLE Service Project. 
Our local homeless shelter organizer is coming to our DIAL Into Giving Party and is going to talk to us adults and children about there ministry to the local homeless people. 

Giving is Living, It's not ours anyways, It's all God's!!!!!!

DIAL Into Giving- Live to Give 
To make an impact to our world in a very SIMPLE way, by a few toiletries and share with friends our passion to LIVE to Give and then GIVE Back to our Local Homeless Shelter!!!
Can't wait for our party next week. To see more of my shopping experience please visit my Google Plus Story here. 

Please learn more about what Champion for Kids is doing to help others. There are so many opportunities out there. 

To follow what's going on, be sure to follow Champion for Kids on Twitter and Facebook and you can follow DIAL on Twitter and Facebook

I am a member of the Collective Bias Social Fabric Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias and Dial Soap #DialCFK #CBias #Social Fabric . All opinions are my own. 


Mama to 4 said...

sounds like a wonderful way to help! Thank you for sharing!

Dee said...

This is fantastic! We always need to remember to give!

Melissa Campeau said...

Those stats are crazy! But this is a great cause and a very nice way to help out the needy... I am all for those kind of causes! I love Dial, just by the way! ;)

Mudpiesandtiaras said...

What a great way to help!!!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This sounds like a great program.

Andrea Kruse said...

Wow! What a great haul. I am sure that will all go to great use in your community.

Kim said...

WOW - that's all from Dial? That brand reminds me of my younger years!! A great "go to" brand.