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    Amazon Smile Tread Lightly Donations

    I am sure plenty of you are aware already that if you shop via smile.Amazon.com instead of regular Amazon.com, Amazon will donate to a charity of your choice at no cost to you based on how much you spend on purchases. I learned on the old site that Tread lightly was one of the charities you could support, so ever since then, I have had them as my smile.Amazon charity.

    Amazon just sent me the recent statement for their contributions to Tread Lightly, and it's pathetic! So if you are not already contributing to another charity, or are not using smile.Amazon instead of the normal site, start supporting Tread Lightly.



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    #2
    didn't know about this, thanks!
    - Buck

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      #3
      We do that as well, but for the Cure Alzheimer's Fund. My FIL passed away at 63 with Alzheimer's, and since it may be hereditary, my wife and I are personally vested in its cure.

      Just got our statement: $2,267.34 donated last quarter. With the way my wife shops, we may be one of the only donors!

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        #4
        Mine are currently going to BRC, is either one any better or worse?

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            #6
            never knew about this thanks

            now whats the IBB consensus on best charity for wheelin?
            Byro-
            Nothing is for sale man, I’m a curator of the finest junk.

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              #7
              Originally posted by grapehead View Post
              Mine are currently going to BRC, is either one any better or worse?
              BRC lost all my support (and that of a shit ton of others) when they let Del go.

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                #8
                Originally posted by grapehead View Post
                Mine are currently going to BRC, is either one any better or worse?
                Hmm, I didn't realize Blue Ribbon Coalition was also on Amazon Smile

                Originally posted by Sceep View Post

                BRC lost all my support (and that of a shit ton of others) when they let Del go.

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                Thanks for posting that, I may make the switch since I am definitely more interested in keeping local stuff open. I knew there was some drama with BRC fairly recently, but I don't recall the details. Care to rehash it for some of us ignorant folks?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by '84 Bronco II View Post
                  I knew there was some drama with BRC fairly recently, but I don't recall the details. Care to rehash it for some of us ignorant folks?


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                    #10
                    Neat!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Sceep View Post

                      BRC lost all my support (and that of a shit ton of others) when they let Del go.

                      My smile goes to my local land use advocate.
                      Good to know, any NC peeps have a suggestion for donations? I found Friends of Uwharrie on there, seems my best bet.

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                        #12
                        The smile program was discussed on the BB which shall not be named. Mine goes towards Toys for Tots. I’m pretty sure the BRC was even mentioned on that old BB too

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                          #13
                          Shriners Hospitals for Children here.

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                            #14
                            Fisher House

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                              #15
                              Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

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