Savvy Cyber Kids Is Proud to Be a Non-Profit Partner of Beyond Goody Bag

Atlanta, GA — (SBWIRE) — 02/20/2015 — Savvy Cyber Kids, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, is proud to be selected as a non-profit partner of Beyond Goody Bag.

“Beyond Goody Bag was started to bring meaning to party favors,” said Ben Halpert, Founder of Savvy Cyber Kids. “We are excited to be a partner charity for virtual goody bag gifts where kids can make meaningful and impactful decisions on donating a portion of their gift and receive something for themselves.”

Beyond Goody bag aims 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 is pleased to partner with Savvy Cyber Kids,” said Robert Bock, co-founder of Beyond Goody Bag. “We believe that the efforts of Savvy Cyber Kids to ingrain security and ethics into the minds of children ages 3-7 is more important than ever.”

For more information on how you can give meaningful party favors while supporting Savvy Cyber Kids, visit http://beyondgoodybag.com

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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.

About Savvy Cyber Kids
The mission of Savvy Cyber Kids, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is to enable youth to be empowered with technology by providing age appropriate resources and education. Savvy Cyber Kids focuses on ingraining security awareness and ethics into the minds of children ages 3 – 7. Targeting children at the earliest of ages will enable appropriate decision making to be second nature as the child matures surrounded by a world filled with interactive technology.

Connect with Savvy Cyber Kids at http://savvycyberkids.org/ and on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+ today!

2017-01-10T18:44:12+00:00 February 20, 2015|News|