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It is the time of the year to get serious about holiday shopping.  If you happen to be an online shopper please consider helping a nonprofit while you find the right gift for those you care about.

[Link Removed] allows you to allocate up to 30% of your purchase price as a donation to your favorite nonprofit!  

It has hundreds of stores including Bed, Bath & Beyond, Old Navy,, Barnes & Noble, North Face etc.

It works too!  I work for [Link Removed] and last year we received $150 from supporters shopping through this site.

Anyone out there have some other links to great ways to support nonprofits during the holiday season?

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      Dee Dee Shaw wrote Nov 21, 2008
    • Trudy,
      On request, I donate 20% of member sales to any non-profit who wishes to do a fundraiser. It can turn into ongoing funding since we have consumable health products. It takes some PR on the part of the non-profit, but if people are already buying supplements or skin care products, why not buy them where some of the proceeds go back to the non-profit? You could probably do something similar with your business I would think.

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      Trudy S wrote Nov 22, 2008
    • Great input!  My business is a little too small scale for that.  I’d rather see the ‘big guys’ like Old Navy or Columbia Sportswear give a bit back out of their big pot.

      I am happy to hear that you are able and generous enough to give 20% to non-profits.  That is truly commendable.

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      Bignmaxzmom wrote Dec 20, 2008
    • I actually did do some shopping this past week on as another friend of mine works for a charity.  I was so pleased to have a good reason to buy something for myself.

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