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    Question Buying stuff on Amazon to help Sawmill creek?

    Was wondering is there a way to "click through" or whatever and have a purchase on Amazon kick back a little to the creek?

    And I'm not talking about the stuff on SMC's Amazon store.
    Last edited by Judson Green; 12-11-2014 at 6:03 PM.
    I got cash in my pocket. I got desire in my heart....

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    There use to be such a way to do this but I do not know if it is still available.
    Wood: a fickle medium....

    Did you know SMC is user supported? Please help.

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    Click on the "Shop" button...in the light blue ribbon at the top of the page.....just to the right of the "Donate" button.

    It appears to still be active.
    Ken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Fitzgerald View Post
    Click on the "Shop" button...in the light blue ribbon at the top of the page.....just to the right of the "Donate" button.

    It appears to still be active.
    Yes but if I want to buy a new dish washer on Amazon is there a way for SMC to get anything from that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Huber View Post
    Yes but if I want to buy a new dish washer on Amazon is there a way for SMC to get anything from that?
    Yeah, this ^^^^^^!

    Looking to buy some home electronics.
    I got cash in my pocket. I got desire in my heart....

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    Amazon.com does support charitable organizations through their smile.amazon.com program. The user can designate a charitable organization and a small percentage of each purchase is donated to the organization. Unfortunately, I do not think SMC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, but that does not preclude any of us from signing up for the smile program for our favorite charity.
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    Robert, I was going to suggest Smile as well. Our school should be getting a nice check from Smile after the last couple weeks here

    (Really, its actually only 0.5%, but every little bit helps.)


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    Thanks Robert, I'll do that!
    I got cash in my pocket. I got desire in my heart....

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    As long as you click on the shop button and then click on the amazon logo in the store, you can help sawmillcreek.org with your purchases.

    The Smile program that Amazon has for charities is also very worthwhile. I usually donate to Wounded Warriors.

    Jackie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Outten View Post
    As long as you click on the shop button and then click on the amazon logo in the store, you can help sawmillcreek.org with your purchases.

    The Smile program that Amazon has for charities is also very worthwhile. I usually donate to Wounded Warriors.

    Jackie
    That's good to know.


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    There is a SMC Store on Amazon?

    Disregard, Found it. I was thinking something different.

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    I don't buy anything on Amazon, but I drive an Amazon......

    No Help?

    Larry

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