Amid the controversy that surrounds the November 2020 Presidential elections, there have been numerous victims of the so-called cancel culture.
Among them is Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, a well-recognized company manufacturing products that help cure sleep apnea, insomnia, and back discomfort.
Today, the brand and its founder face a $68 million loss since it has been excluded by large retailers such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Costco, and Sam’s Club.
The fact that Mike Lindell is one of the main advocates claiming the 2020 elections were fraudulent!
According to him, and millions of people who like the MyPillow products, it is a typical example of cancel culture.
How to help Mike Lindell and his company?
To combat the business loss, Mike Lindell came to a fantastic idea to motivate his customers into purchasing the products at a discounted price for homeless shelters!
Anyone interested in being a part of this humanitarian event can do so by opening the official MyPillow website, choosing a couple of products, typing in the 66% discount code Fed Up, and proceeding to the checkout page.
The idea that stands behind it is to help the homeless and support Mike Lindell’s company at the same time.
Although this company is mostly recognized for the ergonomic pillows there is a wide variety of products to choose from!
You can buy blankets, sheet sets, comforters, towels, and even pajamas!
The coolest point about MyPillow’s catalog is that there are several customized models such as the Children’s Bible Story (for which you are getting a 50% discount) or the Roll&GoAnyhere pillows.
Where are those shelters located?
According to the MyPillow website, this humanitarian action includes shelters all across the United States.
Thus, no matter whether you are living in Ohio, California, New York, Washington State, or Tennessee there are more than a couple of locations that you can donate to.
The most effective way to find these is by filtering the available addresses by choosing the state that you are living in.
It can’t get much better than putting a smile on the face of a homeless person while helping a patriot businessman in the process.