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Photo Holiday Cards from Westfield Woman's Company Give Back to Nonprofits

Westfield resident and Give Back Greetings co-founder, Susan Pink, displays a selection of personalized holiday cards that give 10% back to schools and nonprofits.
Westfield's Girl Scout Troop 40265 recently registered with Give Back Greetings to raise additional money for their activities.

WESTFIELD, NJ - Westfield resident Susan Pink co-founded Give Back Greetings as a way for schools and nonprofits to raise money based on ordinary shopping habits of their supporters.

Knowing that families order personalized photo holiday cards every year, Pink and her business partner Gregory Braun decided to combine the need for schools and nonprofits to fundraise with the personalized holiday cards most families order.

School PTOs, girl scout and boy scout troops, sports teams, churches, temples, and other 501(c)(3) organizations are registering with Give Back Greetings.

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"It takes all of five minutes for a new organization to register on our website," said Pink. "Once registered, the organization is listed in our Search function. The organization informs their supporters of this fundraising opportunity and, when their supporters shop Give Back Greetings, the organization earns 10% back. It's that simple."

Give Back Greetings offers thousands of designs for personalized holiday cards as well as other greeting cards, birth announcements, wedding and birthday invitations, thank you cards, graduation cards, and more. Cards can be personalized with the customer's favorite family photo and/or message. With printers located strategically across the United States, cards are delivered typically within 72 hours of being ordered.

"Our goal is to provide top-quality products to our customers while supporting their local communities," said Braun. "Customers upload their photos from social media or their computer. The product ships the next day from their local printer. We offer a no-questions-asked 100% satisfaction guarantee. And we give back 10% to their designated 501(c)(3) organization."

For more information, contact Susan Pink at Give Back Greetings:




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