Shop to Give

Giving to worthwhile charities and nonprofits can sometimes put a kink in your shopping budget. What if you could supplement your charitable donations at no extra cost to you? With programs like Propelr and AmazonSmile, you can give money to Tabitha while you shop, both locally and online.

Propelr

Tabitha is set up on Propelr, a debit card rewards program.  If you have a Union Bank debit card, register now. By joining this program, a portion of your purchase at a participating restaurant or store will go directly to Tabitha

Tabitha can earn as much as 20 percent from each purchase at the participating locations through these Union Bank debit cards. This is a great way for you to support Tabitha while using your UBT debit card on everyday purchases.

Sign up for Propelr here.

AmazonSmile

When you use AmazonSmile for your online shopping, Amazon donates 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice.

AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know; same products, same prices, same service. The donations come from Amazon at no cost to you.

Follow these easy steps to start designating a portion of your Amazon purchases to Tabitha:

  1. Support Tabitha by starting your shopping here.
  2. Click "Your Account," then select "Your Amazon Smile."
  3. Search for “Tabitha Inc.” and select it as your charity of choice.
  4. Bookmark this website for ALL your Amazon shopping. (Prime included; please note donations don't work on the app.

Every dollar counts. Help us make a difference, and update your account today.

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