MA residents (and beyond) could earn between $50 and $500 every day in May

Residents of Massachusetts and beyond have been feeling some financial hardship of late. Whether it’s from food inflation, rising heating bills, or rising rents (and I could go on), people’s wallets have gotten a little thinner. It seems like a constant uphill battle.

Good News: There’s a Berkshire County Organization Generating Cash Profits This May

There is some good news for people who need extra money and/or just want to support a very community based organization. Once again this year, the Sheffield Kiwanis club is selling cash calendars. You could win a good amount of change every day during the month of May and the prizes are pretty impressive. These are the amounts you could earn depending on the day:

There is more good news. Every calendar holder is eligible to win every day. That’s right, you could win multiple times during the month of May. Each day’s prize is listed on the calendar and each calendar is only $10. You can’t get much for $10 these days. You do not have to be a Massachusetts resident to purchase a calendar. Sheffield Kiwanis only sells 1,000 tickets and they can be purchased right now by going here.

This is not only a win for you, but also a win for the kids in the southern Berkshires.

This is a great win because not only do you have the opportunity to earn some extra money, but you will also be supporting Sheffield Kiwanis, who do a lot for the local community, including giving scholarships to local youth, organizing fundraisers.” Warm the Children”. program by providing new winter clothing to local children in need, hosting local food drives at Price Chopper Square in Great Barrington three times a year and a host of other events and fundraisers that support our local youth. Sheffield Kiwanis serves the cities of Sheffield, Great Barrington, New Marlborough, Alford, Egremont, Monterey and Mt. Washington. Get your cashier calendar here.

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