Holiday Gifts that Give Back

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Holiday Gifts that Give Back

Postby jlubin » Sun Nov 16, 2008 4:21 pm

Why brave the holiday crowds at the traditional shopping malls when you can shop at all your favorite brand name stores like Pottery Barn, Lands' End, the GAP, Best Buy, and eBay all from the comfort of your home computer while at the same time benefiting the Transverse Myelitis Association?

Shop through http://www.iGive.com/tma When you shop at any of over 700 participating stores, a portion of each purchase comes back to us in the form of a donation check. Register at iGive, shop at your favorite stores and choose us as your chosen organization. It is free for you, free for us, and you pay the same (or less!). Save money, save time, and send gifts that give twice. What could be better than that? See for yourself! Click here http://www.iGive.com/tma and start shopping!
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Re: Holiday Gifts that Give Back

Postby Scooter-girl » Tue Nov 25, 2008 8:02 pm

Jim

I just sent the information to all my family and friends. I said that even if they just shop for themselves, please consider your information. I hope it works for non-members.

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Re: Holiday Gifts that Give Back

Postby jlubin » Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:49 am

People shopping sites in the UK can shop through http://www.thegivingmachine.co.uk/ to have a percentage of each purchase donated to the Transverse Myelitis Society.
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Re: Holiday Gifts that Give Back

Postby jlubin » Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:56 pm

Holiday Gifts that Give Back

This holiday season, send a gift that means an automatic
donation to The Transverse Myelitis Association! When
you shop at any of over 800 participating online stores
through iGive, a portion of each purchase comes back to us
in the form of a donation check.

It's free for you, free for us, and you pay the same (or less!)
than you would by going directly to the store. Shopping
online means no wasted gas and no more standing in long
lines at the mall. And to all you smart shoppers: don't miss
iGive's treasure-trove of coupons, sales, and free shipping.

Save money, save time, and send gifts that give twice.
What could be better than that?

See for yourself at: www.iGive.com/TMA
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Re: Holiday Gifts that Give Back

Postby jlubin » Sun Nov 21, 2010 4:57 pm

Please make every gift count this holiday season. More than 1,600 top stores including Toys R Us, Apple, Target, Gap, Best Buy, eBay, Macy's and Barnes & Noble and more will donate a percentage of virtually every sale to the "Transverse Myelitis Association".

Just go to GoodShop.com, designate us as the cause you support and then click over to your favorite store. You pay nothing extra - and you can even save money as GoodShop lists thousands of money-saving coupons and free shipping offers.

And if you download the GoodSearch – Transverse Myelitis Association toolbar, our cause will earn money every time you shop and search online - even if you forget to go to GoodShop or GoodSearch first! Add the Transverse Myelitis Association toolbar at http://www.goodsearch.com/toolbar/trans ... ssociation
There's no easier way to support us this holiday season! Please spread the word.
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