Organizing Group Gifts the Easy Way

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If you’re a parent with school-aged kids, you probably know that organizing group gifts for teachers can be a bit like herding cats. Coordinating contributions, collecting money, and ensuring everyone has signed the card on time – it’s enough to make even the most organized among us break a sweat. But we love our teachers and want to honor them well this year!
gift giving made easy with group togetherAli and Julie, two moms, experienced this struggle one too many times. So, they created a website that takes the hassle out of organizing group gifts for the coach, teacher, birthdays and office gifts. They created GroupTogether, a free tool that we think you’re going to love.

And it’s not just for Christmas gifts! Whether it’s for a beloved teacher’s birthday, an end of season coach’s gift, upcoming appreciation day, or a special birthday, GroupTogether has your back.

Houston Moms Approved

I recently tried it out for a family birthday. I needed multiple people with busy schedules to contribute and sign the card. It was beyond easy and will now be my go to solution for any group gift!

teacher reading a gift from her studentsHere’s how it works and why we think it’s a must-have for every parent, especially this time of year when you want to coordinate those teacher gifts:

Easy Setup

Creating your gift collection is as easy as 1-2-3. Simply tell GroupTogether what you’re collecting for, how much each person should contribute, and pick out your card. No app required. You even have the option to let people decide how much they’d like to chip in. Once you’ve set it up, share the link with your fellow parents through your group chat – done in just 2 seconds!

Stress-Free Payments and Signatures

With GroupTogether, everyone can contribute and sign online with just a click. The best part? They don’t need to sign up or download anything. GroupTogether even handles the reminders! It’s a group card and money collection platform all in one extremely user-friendly tool. And did I mention its FREE?

With over 1 million users, it has proven itself as a reliable and secure platform. All payments are processed through Stripe, ensuring a secure transaction with no credit card data stored.

Gift Galore in the GroupTogether Gift Store

Choose your gift from a treasure trove of 150+ eGift cards and gifts, including big names like Amazon, Target, Airbnb, and more. You can also opt for flowers, chocolates, or gift baskets. But honestly, most parents prefer the GroupTogether AnyCard – this allows your recipient to choose what they truly want. I think that’s my favorite part. How thoughtful is that? Let your teachers decide what they really want this year.

Perfect for Any Occasion

Whether it’s a class holiday gift, a teacher’s birthday, farewell, or an end-of-season coach gift, GroupTogether has a variety of card options to suit any occasion. Plus, you can even get creative and add a photo to make it extra special. Unlimited people can sign the card – it’s a digital keepsake that will be cherished forever. You will want to use this platform over and over.

So, Houston Moms, if you’re ready to reclaim your sanity and make group gifting a breeze this holiday season, give GroupTogether a try, it’s free! Happy gifting! 🎁✨


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Bethany Dufilho
Bethany, the daughter of an army chaplain and a special education teacher, grew up moving every 2-3 years. She considers herself an introvert who had to learn how to make friends quickly! She met her Houstonian husband, Paul, in college and they married in 2004. They first settled just north of Houston, where she earned her master's degree at Sam Houston State in School Psychology. After working in public education for a couple of years, she decided to stay home full time with their children, Charlie {2008}, Norah {2010}, and Will {2013}. The family moved to Katy in 2012, where they’ve been ever since. She loves decorating and even had her own small business for a while. She also loves to read, binge-watch old TV shows, talk politics and enneagram, and will not turn down a cup of strong coffee or a good conversation with a friend.


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