Local family setting off to spend summer doing Chores for Charity

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By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland
By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland
By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland
By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland
By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland

PHOENIX -- Every summer millions of American families take to the highways in search of a relaxing vacation at a beach, in the mountains or in the middle of a lake. Occasionally, the same holds true for MyJobChart.com founder/CEO Gregg Murset, who will load his family into the RV for some adventure. No adventure, however, will ever match the one the Murset family has planned for this year.

Starting June 30, Murset, his wife and six kids will visit 23 cities in 20 days completing chores for families in need or volunteering for organizations which often encourage kids to get involved. Overall, the family will travel about 6,400 miles to work for families associated with charities including: Cookies For Kids' Cancer, Autism Speaks, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Folds of Honor.

Scottsdale-based MyJobChart.com is a free, easy-to-use, online and mobile job chart and reward system designed to teach, organize and motivate kids to earn, save, share and spend responsibly. From washing the car to making a bed, and from doing the dishes to picking up clothes, kids can now earn an allowance and learn how to make financial decisions.

MyJobChart.com has more than 700,000 members and can also be used through its Apple and Android mobile apps, allowing parents and kids the opportunity to save, share and spend from anywhere.

For more information, visit www.myjobchart.com.