There are many ways to support the ABTA while you shop or search the web. Learn more about Amazon Smile, iGive.com, GoodSearch.com, and Paypal Giving Fund below.
When you shop using Amazon Smile, Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase amount to support the ABTA. Go to www.smile.amazon.com and select the American Brain Tumor Association. This site will look identical to the usual Amazon site, and upon choosing the ABTA, you will see our name at the top left of your web page. Note: You must always access Amazon through the Smile site in order for the ABTA to receive benefits. We recommend bookmarking www.smile.amazon.com.
Using iGive.com, you can shop online at more than 1,300 stores and have a percentage of your purchase donated to the ABTA (on average 3%). The retailers pay for it all and your price remains the same. Try it today at www.igive.com.
Using www.GoodSearch.com as your main search engine, you can make donations to the ABTA through simple, everyday actions. When you choose to search through GoodSearch, a Yahoo-powered search engine, the ABTA receives 50% of the revenue generated from sponsored search advertisers on their site. It's estimated each web search will generate approximately $0.01 (image, video, Yellow Pages, and site-specific searches are not included). To begin searching, visit their dedicated ABTA site here.
Paypal Giving Fund (formerly MissionFish)
When you sell items on eBay, you can give a percentage of your proceeds to the ABTA for each item you list. As a participating seller, you are rewarded for your generosity with special eBay Giving Works features that help you get more bids and higher sale prices. The ABTA will receive recognition in the listing, and benefits by receiving a percentage of your sale as a donation.
If you have questions about charitable shopping methods or would like to learn more, please contact Christine at email@example.com or 773-577-8782.