You Shop. Your Charity Gets Money. For Free. 
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I joined, and iGive gave $5 to MY cause, just because I tried the free iGive Button.

Now I shop the stores I know and love - over 1400! A percentage of what I spend is donated to my cause (on average 3%) The stores pay for it all. I never pay more,
and sometimes I pay less with coupons and deals.

They asked that I try the Button for at least 3 months to get the free bonus, and I've kept it long since. It's optional, but it's made helping my cause so easy.

Why do stores pay for it all?

Our retailers believe you'll be a great customer and you'll tell your friends. They like being good corporate citizens, helping to support YOUR favorite cause or charity. They even pay iGive, so when you see the amount or percentage being donated before you make a purchase, 100% of that is actually donated, period.

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Every shopper
makes a
difference.

350,000+

SHOPPERS

Since 1997

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$7M

Has been sent to

35,000+

CAUSES
$5 Bonus

For Every New Member
when iGive beats its 30,000
April New Member Goal

I'm helping my cause in a bunch of ways.

Besides my shopping helping my cause, I also connected them with iGive's Facebook page. That really increased the amount of contributions they received. And if iGive gets over 30,000 new members in April, each new member supporting my cause means a $5 bonus, free!

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You can list any cause, big or small, including schools, churches, disease research groups, social outreach efforts, classrooms, kids' teams, local PTA, arts organizations, and any other organization that is dedicated to doing good.

Any cause in the U.S. or Canada qualifies - and 501(c)3 nonprofit status is not required.

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