Honoring America’s Mother and All Mothers


If being a Mother were so easy, Fathers would do it. On a similar note, if disaster recovery, supporting military families, health and safety training, and blood donations were easy, then the American Red Cross would not be so busy, 24 hours every day.

Some have called the American Red Cross the Mother of all non-profit organizations because of its life-sustaining, never-ending mission of giving. Motherhood is equally the same. The parallels between Motherhood and the Red Cross are endless. While some may argue that being a good Mother takes experience, education, and help, we beg to differ. In fact, Motherhood is based on life experience: living, breathing, and learning how to nurture and feed basic human needs. There are no set rules for Motherhood (or Fatherhood for that matter.) When children are young, who tells them not to run with scissors or touch a hot stove? Their Mother. When a child is injured or needs help, who do they call? Their Mother.

The American Red Cross was built by Clara Barton, also called America’s Mother. When a disaster occurs, who do people call? The Red Cross. When a home burns down, who do you call first? Yes, just like a Mother, it’s the Red Cross. The Red Cross has experience and expertise that is unparalleled around the world. A Mother’s job is never done and neither is the work of the Red Cross. The Red Cross is another version of a Mother, on a grander, worldwide scale. The Red Cross educates, protects, and keeps humans safe. Just like a Mother, the Red Cross’ mission is to prevent and relieve suffering, and they do it in the most compassionate manner.

This Mother’s Day you can celebrate both your own Mother (wife, sister, daughter, etc.) and the American Red Cross. We invite you to shop at the Red Cross Triangle Region Shopping Mall. How does it work? Register as a free customer, shop at over 1,800 of your favorite brand name stores, and earn cashback on every purchase! Your purchase will result in a donation to the Triangle Red Cross, which is separate and distinct from your own cashback earnings.

MyJewelryBox.com: Save $25 on orders over $100, use code: MDAY25OFF. Save $50 on orders over $200, use code: MDAYSAVE50. Save 20%, use code: MDAYJEWELS valid on all on the latest styles of rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, diamond jewelry at MyJewelryBox.com!

1800flowers.com: Save 5% on all orders, use code: DUBLIFIVE

AHAlife.com: Mother’s Day Promo: Save 15% sitewide + FREE Shipping on all orders at AHAlife.com! Use Promo Code: MOM15

SkinCareRx: Free Shipping On All Orders Over $49!

Crabtree & Evelyn: Get a free product sample with every order placed online at crabtree-evelyn.com. No minimum.

1-800-baskets.com: The perfect Mother’s Day gift for under $30 at 1800Baskets.com! Save 20% by using the promo code: 18BMDAY20

FragranceNet.com: Shop Women’s Perfume at FragranceNet.com. Up to 70% Off retail plus Free Shipping over $59!

GourmetGiftBaskets.com: Mother’s Day gifts that delight! Use MOMS10 for a 10% discount on GourmetGiftBaskets.com



What is Cashback?

Taking advantage of a great Cashback program can save you hundreds of dollars a year on travel and retail purchases, the purchases you are already making online anyway. With the Red Cross Shopping Mall you shop for things you need, get paid to do it and the Red Cross earns a valuable donation on each of your purchases, no strings attached.

Cashback programs allow you earn cash on the same every day purchases you are making already any way. Cashback programs pay you for buying things you already need. Unlike an incentive program offered by major retailers or credit card companies, Cashback programs aren’t based on quotas. You don’t need to buy 10 items to save 15%. It’s as simple as that. There are no tricks or gimmicks. It’s a simple system of reward-based shopping.

We welcome you to take advantage of the following Mother’s Day specials available through the Red Cross Shopping Mall. Please login before shopping and select the merchant of your choice. The following specials and discounts need to be entered when you checkout on the merchants page.


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