June 18, 2015 – The public can now support REACH of Haywood by shopping through AmazonSmile

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REACH of Haywood is happy to announce that you can now support our efforts simply by doing your normal shopping on Amazon. All it takes is signing on to Amazon Smile and selecting REACH as your chosen charity. Amazon will then donate a portion of the proceeds from your order, at their own expense – which means no additional fees to the shopper.

Millions of items are eligible for this donation scheme, and it works with any existing Amazon account, so there’s no need to re-register. Plus, it’s an ongoing service – once you’ve selected your charity, Amazon will continue to donate to REACH with every eligible purchase that you make through AmazonSmile. It’s a win-win: you receive your fantastic products, all the while supporting our efforts. Follow the link below to sign up!

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