SHOP AND SUPPORT: An Easy Way to Support Parents and Families
There’s a brand new way to champion a great cause on behalf of parents and families. Shop your favorite, popular online retailers while supporting our mission – helping parents prevent substance abuse in their own families and getting help for a loved one who is struggling with drugs and alcohol.
Introducing SHOP AND SUPPORT, a new campaign featuring hundreds of national e-retailers including Amazon, Target, Macy’s, Barnes & Noble, iTunes, Netflix, Gap and many more. And the best part is you can indulge in some retail bliss while supporting moms and dads. When you make an online purchase, a portion of your sale is automatically donated to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. It’s safe and convenient and the prices are exactly same. Here are two ways to SHOP AND SUPPORT the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids:
1. Download our EZ Shopper application. Once installed, 15 percent of any purchase from the participating sites will be automatically donated to our cause.
2. Visit our site at http://shop.drugfree.org/shop, then follow a link to your favorite store’s site. It’s that simple. A percentage of your purchase will automatically be donated to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
For a full list of the participating retailers and a full explanation of how it works, please visit SHOP and SUPPORT.
Read All About It: Our Annual Report, Hot Off The Presses
We are excited to share with you our 2010 Annual Report. You’ll read testimonials from the parents we serve and learn more about our new programs for families – made possible with your support – as well as a preview of what’s to come in 2011.
And take a look at our Newsroom for frequent updates on what’s happening at the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. We are grateful to you for making our important work possible.
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–Your Friends at the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids