Game, set match! One way to save money and help kids

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Not far from the banks of the Schuylkill River, eight full size tennis courts are used by thousands of children each year to not only learn the game - but how to be caring, responsible adults.

It's the mission of Legacy Youth Tennis and Education to help young people from across our area, especially those from under-resources families and communities.

Legacy program managers say they want kids to know it's not about winning and losing, but what the kids do off the court and how they conduct themselves that matters most in life.

It's this ongoing effort to improve the lives of kids in our area that inspired cash back website DealAction.com to partner with Legacy.

How do you get involved?

Right now and through all of 2015, $2 of every purchase you make through DealAction.com will be donated to Legacy. To get started, visit DealAction.com

And, as a DealAction.com member, you'll also save money by getting a rebate for every purchase you make - automatically!

David Gulian, the owner of DealAction.com, said the partnership is a perfect match.

"The role of sports has shown to be strongly linked to building social cohesion and social capital among young people," said David. "Sports has been used as a practical tool to educate and engage young people in their communities through volunteering, resulting in higher levels of leadership, community engagement, and altruism."

Deal Action has over 2000 retailers including Kohl's, Verizon, Home Depot, Macy's, Orbitz, Petco, Best Buy, Walmart, Pier1 Imports, Groupon and many others.

To get started, visit DealAction.com/Legacy

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