Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Guest Post: Goodshop for Nepal with these 3 Stores

Enjoy this guest post with information on how you can contribute to a great cause while doing something you probably love (I know I do) - shopping!


Feeling stuck about how to contribute to the post-earthquake reconstruction efforts in Nepal? You’re not the only one. That’s why a bunch of online stores have decided to partner with non-profits to help fundraise Nepal Relief Funds. If you shop these socially conscious stores through Goodshop, a coupons-for-good website, you can help them raise additional donations. Make sure to select the non-profit you’d like to support on Goodshop before shopping, so that they know where to send the donations you raise just by clicking through their website to one of these stores:


The American Red Cross is one of the most trusted non-profits out there. They are first responders in the case of crisis and partner with many stores to fundraise during times of disaster, like Lord & Taylor. If you shop at Lord & Taylor through Goodshop, an additional 2.5% of your purchase can be donated to the American Red Cross.


Urban Outfitters is fundraising for Waves For Water to provide access to clean water by distributing portable water systems to community centers, refugee camps, and individual families within the disaster zone. Goodshop will donate an additional 6% of any Urban Outfitters purchase to support non-profits providing clean water to the people of Nepal.


Mountain Hardwear partnered with other Columbia Sportswear brands to support earthquake relief efforts with donations to several non-profits including UNICEF. You can aid their donations by Goodshopping at Mountain Hardwear. Goodshop will donate an additional 3% of your purchase towards earthquake relief.

There are thousands of other stores that have partnered with Goodshop to raise donations for non-profits helping the Nepalese. Just signup and select a trusted non-profit, like Oxfam America, Americares Foundation, or World Vision to start making an impact!


Thanks, Kelly!

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