Give to SSNDCP through AmazonSmile

Support the School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Pacific Province when you shop at Amazon has created a way for shoppers to give to charitable organizations when they shop. As the largest online retailer in the United States, many people already have accounts with Amazon. AmazonSmile is connected to Amazon’s site, and allows shoppers to designate a charitable organization to receive a portion of the purchase price of the items ordered from Amazon.

Resource Development has established the School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Pacific Province (SSNDCP) as a charitable organization on AmazonSmile. By switching to shopping through the site, shoppers can ensure that Amazon donates to the Central Pacific Province.

The donation comes from the AmazonSmile Foundation. The proceeds SSNDCP receives come from the foundation’s funding, not from the shopper. The foundation will donate 0.5 percent of the purchase price to SSNDCP. Participating in AmazonSmile does not cost you anything, but can help our mission and ministries. Shoppers can do their regular shopping and AmazonSmile takes care of the charitable part.

To make shopping easier, Amazon has provided a unique link for SSNDCP: If you are searching to designated SSNDCP your charitable organization, please spell out School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Province in order to find the proper link.

  • No additional costs.
  • Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase to SSNDCP.
  • Simply use the link above to shop, and choose School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Province as your charity of choice.

If you want to participate in AmazonSmile, you must go through each time you shop. Doing so will ensure SSNDCP receives a portion of the amount you spent online. Currently, AmazonSmile will not work through your Amazon smart device application (app). In order to ensure a donation is made to your charity all purchases have to be made through your computer’s internet browser under AmazonSmile.

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