Marietta, GA, February 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Parents in Marietta, GA are quickly adopting a new way to support charity: Beyond Goody Bag e-gifts. Also known as 'BGB e-codes', these virtual party favors are being used in place of traditional goody bags that are routinely handed out at childrens' birthday parties. Children use their BGB e-codes at the Beyond Goody Bag website to donate to a participating charity. The unused portion of their e-code can be redeemed for a gift card from a large selection of major brands.
"Both parents and children are really excited about our virtual party favors," says Robert Bock, co-founder of Beyond Goody Bag. "Rather than collecting bags of useless toys that go straight to the garbage, children get to support charity and select a gift card to buy something they really want."
In addition to raising funds and awareness for participating charities, Beyond Goody Bag is hoping to teach children a valuable lesson. "Children decide how much they give to charity and which charity will receive their donation," continues Bock. "Also they decide whether or not they want to save their Beyond Goody Bag e-gifts to redeem for a larger gift card in the future."
For more information on how you can give meaningful party favors, please visit http://www.beyondgoodybag.com or contact Beyond Goody Bag at http://www.beyondgoodybag.com.
About Beyond Goody Bag - Beyond Goody bag was formed to make the world a better place one party favor at a time. Its mission is to raise funds and awareness for charities by eliminating the wasteful spending on traditional goody bags and party favors. Beyond Goody Bag e-gifts are perfect for birthday parties, weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, family/class reunions, bridal showers, baby showers, and other private and corporate events. They can also be used as gifts for any occasion.