Saturday, May 5, 2012

Energizer and Habitat for Humanity Partnership - Energizer Batteries Giveaway


It’s hard to believe that spring has sprung and summer is just around the corner! For decades Energizer has supported organizations helping to make a positive impact in local communities and around the world. This spring as part of the Energizer campaign—that’s positivenergy—they’re “building” on that commitment in a new way through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity®. 

Working with baseball legend and philanthropist Cal Ripken, Jr., Energizer is donating more than $300,000 and 1,000 volunteer hours to Habitat through a multi-city series of volunteer projects to help build new homes and revitalize existing homes for those in need.
    
Here’s where you can get involved. With the rising cost of utilities, we can all use a little bit of help right? Especially if we have a really hot summer! So, beyond helping Habitat, Energizer is doing something to help us all out. In addition to the series of volunteer projects, you will see the Energizer and Habitat for Humanity partnership coming to the shelves of your favorite stores. 

Through the Energizer Utility Cash program, you can collect codes from select Energizer battery and lighting products and redeem them online for savings, up to $25 total savings each per person/household/email address, off your own utility bill. You start earning rewards with just two codes and will need 10 codes total to earn the full $25. Or you can help make a positive impact and choose to turn the codes into a donation to Habitat for Humanity®.

1. Once you are finished collecting your codes, visit www.nowthatspositivenergy.com/utilities to enter your codes.
2. You must enter your codes all at once.
3. The last day to redeem codes is 3/31/13 at 11:59 p.m. ET.


Win It

One of Being Frugal and Making It Work’s Readers will win:
 two (2) specially marked packages of Energizer Max AA batteries with special codes! 


a Rafflecopter giveaway 

This giveaway will end May 25th at Midnight EST.

The giveaway is open to US residents only, 18 years old or older.  The winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter, and the winner will be notified by e-mail. Make sure to leave your e-mail, or have your contact available on your blogger profile. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and if there is no response another winner will be chosen.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and/or believe will be a good fit for my readers.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.  Results may vary. No monetary compensation was received.

26 comments:

eclairre said...

We turn off lights when we leave a room.

janetfaye said...

I use energy saver light bulbs.

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Kimberly said...

We launder our clothes in cold water
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Stephanie said...

We use fans in the house so the A/C doesn't have to work as hard.

Cheryl Free said...

We turn lights off, keep air and heating at minimum temps, and try to keep appliances unplugged when not in use :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

JR911 said...

wash laundry in cold water

tarter95 said...

We purchased energy efficient appliances.
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Erin Rok said...

We have been trying to turn off all the lights when we are done using them
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Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

OPen the blinds and turn off lights during the day.
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michele376 said...

Turn off lights, use energy efficent bulbs, service furnace regularly and change filter.
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NwHome steader said...

LED bulbs on motion sensors and timers!

sandy1955 said...

I hang my laundry outside

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Yona Williams said...

I unplug chargers and other electronics that are not in use. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

Baby James Mommy said...

I use insulated curtains

Christine Jessamine said...

we turn off all our lights when we leave the house

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Joy N. said...

clothes on the line

shopannies said...

turn lights off

*Brittany C* said...

We always make sure that out air conditioner filter is changed out, and of course turning out lights we are not using:) Thanks for the giveaway!

Chris said...

Turning off lights and opening the blinds for daylight,trying to reduce hot shower times.

Jessica said...

I wash our clothes in cold water and hang them outside to dry

carole said...

turn off lights when leaving rooms

Mippy said...

I only have the light on in the room I am in and only if there isn't enough sunlight coming through. :)

mahnrafjtb said...

Over the past year, we have bought a new energy efficient refrigerator, plugged our tv's into power strips which we turn off when we leave the house or room for hours, wash in cold water, and changed the lights in the basement.
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Jax said...

Well, it's almost 90 degrees and we still haven't turned on our AC. I hate having big electric bills, so I try to keep the AC off as long as possible.

Tylerpants said...

I wash laundry in cold water & line dry when possible. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

Peggy Damon said...

we turn up our air conditioner during the day to reduce cost

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