Get 20% off 400+ Birmingham retailers during the Junior League of Birmingham’s Shop Save & Share fundraiser Oct. 2-13


Look for these blue booklets at retailers around Birmingham… Photo by Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

Give to something good and get something back.  The Junior League of Birmingham’s 14th annual Shop Save & Share fundraiser is happening Oct. 2-13. Don’t miss your chance to get deals at 400+ local retailers and give back to the Birmingham community at the same time. Purchase your Shop Save & Share cards now!

Shop Save & Share with the Junior League of Birmingham

Some of the Junior League of Birmingham ladies. Photo submitted

The Junior League of Birmingham (JLB) is a local organization of “approximately 2,300 women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.” Their Shop Save, & Share (SSS) fundraiser focuses on raising money that goes straight back into the community towards one of JLB’s 35+ community partners. 

For a $40 donation, shoppers can purchase their SSS card starting Sept. 10.  With the SSS card, you’ll get a 20% discount at participating retailers—that’s 400+ restaurants, shops and more all over Birmingham. Cards can be purchased online or in person at specific retailers.

Maybe you want to get a head start on your Christmas shopping, or maybe you have a list of new local restaurants you want to try—the SSS card is the perfect way to support local businesses AND nonprofits in Birmingham.

How Does the SSS Card Work?

You can get the SSS card online or find a paper copy around Birmingham. Photo by Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

It’s pretty easy. Here’s a step by step:

  1. Purchase the SSS card online here, or in person at selected retailers. 
  2. Download the Planet Fundraiser app, (Did you know Planet Fundraiser is a Birmingham based tech company? Read more about them here.
  3. Create your account and log in to access your card (when Shop Save & Share begins Oct. 2-13).
  4. There, you’ll find a list of participating businesses, and the different sales available 
  5. Start shopping!

Yes, it’s that simple. 

Where Can You Shop?

So. Many. Options. Photo by Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

The participating retailer list is LONG. It includes all types of shops and stores located all around Birmingham. Restaurants, boutiques, fitness studios, doctor’s offices, tire and oil change locations, online shops, brand name outlet stores—I’m serious when I tell you there’s something for everyone.

See the full list of retailers here or search by location on their site

Who Benefits From the Fundraiser?

Profits from the Shop Save & Share fundraiser benefit the nearly 40 community projects of the Junior League of Birmingham. Just one $40 donation for the SSS card would provide:

  • Necessities for 4 survivors of sexual violence through the Crisis Center of Birmingham.
  • 10 meals for homeless women and children through Pathways.
  • 240 diapers for families in need through the Junior League’s Diaper Bank.
  • One tank of gas for the Yummy Truck, the Junior League’s mobile teaching kitchen.

… Just to name a few. Visit their site to see the full list of JLB community projects—who will all benefit from this fundraiser.

According to their site, “the JLB raised over $80,000, and since its inception, Shop Save & Save has put over $700,000 back into our community.”  WOW.

Virginia Moore, Junior League of Birmingham’s Shop Save and Share Chair: “By purchasing a Shop Save & Share card customers have a direct impact on improving our local community, but it also allows customers to save money at the same time.

This year the sale runs through Auburn and Alabama bye weekends and away games which means it’s a great time to get out and support our local retailers and restaurants while giving back to our community!”

It’s so cool to see all these businesses coming together for such a good cause.

Don’t forget to purchase your card before Oct. 2. You seriously don’t want to miss these deals, and an awesome chance to give back to Birmingham.

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