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AmazonSmile lets shoppers donate a portion of their purchases to charity

30
Oct
2013

Amazon wants to make it easier for its millions of customers to donate to charitable causes. To assist with that effort, the online retailer has today launched AmazonSmile, a new shopping portal that allows users to automatically direct 0.5 percent from the purchase price of any eligible item towards a charity of their choosing. Using the new feature is fairly straightforward, but instead of visiting Amazons regular homepage, youll need to navigate to http://smile.amazon.com. From there, you can choose from millions of charity organizations — with Amazon highlighting a few popular choices like the American Red Cross and St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital.

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