PROMOTIONS THAT GIVE BACK
Looking for other ways to support ShelterBox? Check out these promotions that give back!
You shop. Amazon gives. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Choose ShelterBox and shop now
eBay Giving Works -
ShelterBox USA is a member of the eBay Giving Works program. When you sell your merchandise on eBay, you can choose to donate some or all of your proceeds to ShelterBox USA.
Cellphones for my Cause
- Donate your old cellphones to help provide emergency shelter to disaster survivors
. Cellphones for my Cause accepts all cellphones—old, new, working or not which can be sent in a free collection box that is provided. All phones collected are securely wiped and refurbished for reuse or responsibly recycled.
Skint Wallets USA
- Shop and Skint will donate 30% of the product purchase price
of their flexible and compact wallets to ShelterBox's disaster releif efforts.
- Sign up for Animoto
, and a portion of the proceeds will directly benefit our relief efforts. By signing up for a month of Animoto Pro, $20 of your purchase will go directly to ShelterBox. Use the Promo Code: SB1Month
Sign up for a year of Animoto Pro and $75 of your purchase will go directly to ShelterBox. Use the Promo Code: SB1Year
GoodSearch - Each time you search the web with GoodSearch, money will go to ShelterBox USA.
Also, every time you shop online at 1,000 participating stores including Amazon, eBay, Target, Apple, Staples, Expedia, etc., a percentage of your purchase will be donated for free! They've been featured in the NY Times, the Wall Street Journal, CNN, Oprah Magazine, Good Morning America and more.
GiveBackAmerica - Visit online retailers through this online charity mall and a portion of your purchase will be donated to ShelterBox USA!
Humble Bundle - This digital store offers collections of video games sold at pay-what-you-want and with a portion of the price going towards charity and the rest split between the game developers.