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Remember to Shop on Amazon Smile, and Amazon will Donate to Opportunity Fund!

Posted on Dec 03, 2018 by Chelsea Camp

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Amazon is one of the most popular shopping websites in the world. The average American household spends $1,500 per year. Our supporters can now designate 0.5% of their purchase as a donation to Opportunity Fund. This is all made possible by shopping on smile.amazon.com

If you already shop on Amazon, or if you’re looking for the perfect gift for a loved one, we invite you to shop at smile.amazon.com and designate Opportunity Fund Community Development as your charity of choice. 0.5% may be a small percentage but added together, the purchasing power of our supporters is massive, and it will help us support entrepreneurship and education in California.

Your simple click can unlock the funds needed to help hard-working entrepreneurs and students close the gap between their dreams and opportunities to get ahead. Thanks and happy holidays!

Below you can read about how to use Amazon Smile.

 

How Does it Work?

1. Visit smile.amazon.com.

The entire shopping experience is the same and most products available on amazon.com are available at Amazon Smile.

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2. Sign in and Select Opportunity Fund

After signing in, search for Opportunity Fund Community Development.

sign in and select opportunity fund

 

3. Begin Shopping

Once you’ve selected Opportunity Fund everything else functions the same. Shop for your favorite products or the perfect gift. Most products are eligible on Amazon Smile–if not, you’ll be notified. You can checkout normally as well. No extra cost is passed onto you–Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase to us!

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4. Share

After you’ve successfully completed a purchase on Amazon Smile you can share the news with your friends on Facebook, Twitter or via email. This option appears on the confirmation page after your order is complete.

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