There are more opportunities than ever to combine the joys of shopping with charitable giving. Whether it is purchasing CCF merchandise or doing online shopping through charitable giving sites, you are contributing to a worthwhile cause.
With CCF branded items, you can show your support and let others know that you care about the search for cures.
Support CCF with colorful shirts, caps, totes, and other fun accessories. It is an easy way to start a conversation about children’s heart disease and shine a spotlight on pediatric cardiomyopathy. To see what is available, click here.
•Team CCF T-Shirts
Join the spirit squad by purchasing a Team CCF t-shirt. The red collegiate style t-shirt is available in adult and child sizes. They make a great gift or wear it on your own or at any awareness event. To order, download an order form and mail your payment to CCF.
Curebands are ideal for fundraising and raising awareness. These red sports wristbands come in adult and child sizes and are made of heavy gauge silicone with the words “A Cure for Tomorrow.” To order, download an order form and mail your payment to CCF.
The trend towards online shopping continues as convenience increases in importance. While you are searching and shopping online, you can easily designate a portion of your purchases to CCF.
Raise funds for CCF when you use goodsearch.com, an online search engine. Select the “Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation” as your non-profit of choice and every time you do a search money goes to CCF.
Raise funds for CCF while you shop on Amazon. Visit Amazon's charitable portal, select “Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation” as your charity, and CCF will receive 0.5% of your purchase every time you shop.
Shop online at iGive.com to purchase from 1,700 partner stores. Up to 26% of your purchase can be donated to CCF.
Get the latest coupons and offers at thousands of top retailers through goodshop.com. Pick “Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation” to see what special deals exist, and then a percentage of your purchase will be donated to CCF.
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