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On Good Karma and Giving Back

by KM Team November 21, 2018
ReadOn Good Karma and Giving Back

The holidays are a tough time to practice thoughtful living. Between holiday parties and travel and gift-giving, slowing down and staying grateful for the important things in life can fall to the bottom of our to-do lists.

This year, we want to make it easy for the KM community to give back. In lieu of a traditional Black Friday promotion, we’re participating in the Good Karma Sale, a movement among small businesses that reframes Black Friday to focus on doing good (not just scoring deals).

For our take on the Good Karma Sale, we’re donating $5 from every order to the California Fire Foundation. This nonprofit organization provides emotional and financial support to firefighters, families of fallen firefighters, and the communities they protect. The Foundation’s Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergency (SAVE) program brings immediate relief to victims of fire or other natural disaster throughout California.

With wildfire continuing to devastate friends, families, and the environment in California, the California Fire Foundation was a natural choice to receive this gift from our community. From now until the end of the sale, get 20% off and free U.S. shipping with code KARMA, and we’ll donate $5 from every order to this important cause. It’s just one step we can take to reconnect with the real meaning of the holidays: celebrating kindness and lending a hand to those in need.

Learn more about the California Fire Foundation and the work that they do to help victims of wildfire in California.

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