Most people take advantage of coupons to save money on their own bread and butter. But one woman uses her coupon skills to help the less fortunate instead.
Hannah Steinberg, a 20-year-old college student, uses coupons to purchase groceries to donate to hospitals and homeless shelters in need of supplies. She even donates the groceries through her own nonprofit, Our Coupons Care.
Steinberg first became a coupon aficionado after watching the TLC show "Extreme Couponing." Afterward, she began using coupons to buy items for one homeless shelter as part of a school community service requirement. But since then, her efforts have rose tremendously. As of 2015, her organization has donated more than $100,000 in food, toiletries, and gift cards for the needy.
"This has become something so much bigger than I would’ve imagined, for me and for the families," she said.
What an amazing deal!
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