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Energizer For Kids Survival Kit #EnergizerCFK #CBias

I recently posted about the Champions for Kids Simple Service Project in particularly the Energizer Champions For Kids Service Project and how I would be participating in making a winter survival kit to donate to a community organization. Well let me start off by saying that this was a fun project to do and that I would do it again in a heart beat.

What I did was go to my local Walmart store and buy things to place in a Winter survival kit. I purchased things like a Energizer lantern, a blanket, flashlights and bottled water. I even added in a first aid kit and Wet Ones.

The start off my survival kit I first visited my local Walmart:

While I was in Walmart I looked all around for items for the survival kit and found this Energizer Lantern that was perfect because it shined for 360 degrees and took two different sizes of batteries.
I also chose the rechargeable Energizer batteries because they come precharged and can be recharged many times.

Here are all of the different things that I chose for the survival kit.

I packed the Survival kit in a plastic tub so that everything would remain safe and easily stored.
I chose to donate my kit to a local women’s shelter that helps both kids and women in need. They were thankful for the survival kit and thought that it was a great idea and wanted to learn more about Champions For Kids.

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This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias.  All opinions are my own. #EnergizerCFK #CBias  #ChampionsForKids

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  1. I love the plastic tote that you put your kit items in-definitely waterproof!

  2. Looks like a great kit, I hope it will serve them well in an emergency!


  1. […] Sharon at Life with Sharon loved participating in this Simple Service Project and would do it again in a heart beat! She purchased things like a Energizer lantern, a blanket, flashlights and bottled water at a local Walmart. Sharon donated her winter emergency kit to a woman’s shelter that help women and children. […]

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