You can help support our work when you shop online. Once you link to goodshop.com, iGive.com, and amazon.com from here, you can bookmark the pages in your browser.
We’ve partnered with Goodshop to bring you the best deals from thousands of your favorite retailers online. With every purchase, a percentage is donated back to the The Pilcrow Foundation . It’s that easy! Goodshop offers deals on items such as Petco coupons and Petsmart deals for all your pet’s needs. Or, you could get yourself that new computer you’ve been wanting with Apple promo codes or Dell coupon codes! Or, if you’re buying a book with an Amazon deal, you can feel good that you are helping us provide books to rural public libraries. Get shopping, start saving and help us get children’s books to libraries today!
iGive.com allows you to support The Pilcrow Foundation with a percentage of your online shopping. It’s totally free! A percent of your online purchases will be donated to The Pilcrow Foundation when you start shopping at iGive.com. There is no cost or obligation to you and your purchases remain anonymous.
You can support The Pilcrow Foundation free just by shopping online! Use Giving Assistant to shop at 1800+ popular retailers including Bed Bath & Beyond, Target, and Kmart, and they’ll donate as much as 30% of your total purchase price to The Pilcrow Foundation. It’s never been easier to change the world—one purchase at a time.
Shop online with Amazon.com for books for your own library and things for your closet, garage, and people in your life. Be sure thepilcrowfou-20 is in the URL. If you’d like to support us directly with hardcover books purchases, you can go to Pilcrow Foundation Amazon Wish List to give books from the booklist we provide to rural public libraries. We always include award-winning, star-reviewed children’s books. You can also support us through Amazon Smiles.
You can help support our work when you shop in town.
You can link your Fred Meyers reward card with The Pilcrow Foundation. Our organization number is UC717. All proceeds from the Fred Meyers Community Reward Program will support rural public libraries that qualify for the Children’s Book Project program grant in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.