Triple Your Impact through AmazonSmile

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So you’re making an impact by supporting Creative Women of the World? That is wonderful and we thank you.

But what if that impact could be amplified?

Right now, through March 31st, when you order through AmazonSmile, your gift to Creative Women of the World will be tripled! And the best part? Ordering through Amazon Smile will cost nothing extra and is the same shopping experience as Amazon.com!

Let me say that again—Amazon is tripling your impact on your first purchase through smile.amazon.com/ch/45-2455187!!

AmazonSmile was established in 2012 to allow buyers to donate .5% of their eligible purchases to a charity of their choice. This goodwill effort showed that Amazon, the booming ecommerce titan, does, in fact, have a generous spirit.

This is a game-changing opportunity for Creative Women of the World supporters and the Creative Women of the World  organization.

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Tell your friends and family to simply jump onto Amazon and select Creative Women of the World as their chosen charity. Amazon will then donate 1.5% on all eligible purchases to Creative Women of the World! If you aren't sure how to select an establishment for your Amazon smile account, check out their how-to here

Creative Women of the World’s Executive Director, Lorelei Verlee, believes that in order to impact the world, we must “equip women with entrepreneurial resources to develop sustainable businesses through the power of their own creativity.”

Our mission strives to empower women and girls not only in developing countries, but also in thriving countries. If we can adapt our online shopping just a smidge, we can triple our impact, and give light and hope towards more women around the globe that may be in darkness.

We here at Creative Women of the World challenge you to make a purchase through smile.amazon.com through March 31st, and to invite a friend, family member, loved one, or stranger to do the same.

Together we CAN prevail over difficult economic environments in developing countries, and have fun doing so.