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AT&T customers can text donations to Red Cross, Salvation Army and Humane Society


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South Florida AT&T wireless customers can make $10 donations via text to nonprofit organizations aiding victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Wireless customers can make up to five $10 donations to the American Red Cross (text REDCROSS to 90999) Salvation Army (text STORM to 80888) and American Humane Society (text HUMANE to 80888). AT&T will donate 100 percent of proceeds to the charities.

There are no fees to make donations, which will appear on monthly bills or be deducted from prepaid wireless account balances.

Click here for more information.

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Doreen Christensen has never paid full price for anything. If there is a way to save on something, she will find it and share how you can save, too. Doreen is a senior reporter covering consumer news, health, beauty and features for the online and print editions of the Sun Sentinel. A 32-year veteran of the newspaper, she previously was a senior copy editor on the universal copy desk. Doreen spends her time off hunting bargains, clipping coupons, gardening and traveling.

Justine Griffin covers retail and marine business for the Sun Sentinel. She is a Tampa Bay native who graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2010. After spending a year covering crime in St. Augustine, Fla., she moved to Fort Lauderdale and made the switch to business journalism. When she’s not writing, she’s riding horses and spending time with her whippet puppy, Josie.

Marcia Heroux Pounds is the Sun Sentinel's workplace columnist when she's not shopping for shoes. She also writes about small business, which allows her to visit many of South Florida's unique shops and boutiques.

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