These days shopping should not only be about finding just what you're looking for - you're buying dollar should benefit a greater good. www.shopconfetti.com would like to help organizations that my be struggling to raise funds during these difficult economic times.
We have always supported fundraising efforts but we feel that more can be done. We have developed a new program, "Shop Confetti for a Cause". Your organization, church or school can apply to partner with www.shopconfetti.com and receive up to 20% of sales, generated by your organization, back. This time of year consumers are buying Graduation, Mother's Day and Wedding gifts, why shouldn't your association earn recognition and raise funds while they get what they are shopping for any way?
We are currently preparing to do our 2nd "Shop Confetti for a Cause" event with the Women's Ministry of Providence Presbyterian Church of Hilton Head Island to benefit the Thornwell Home for Children in Clinton, South Carolina. Thornwell has been providing hope and care for children, youth and families since 1875. The home nurtures more than 100 children, many who suffer from mild to moderate emotional difficulties stemming from a variety of family complications. The care of the Thornwell's residents is based on sound Christian principles and a warm, loving atmospher staffed by teachers dedicated to providing the finest in Christian development.
On April 22, 2009 the Women's Ministry of Providence Presbyterian Church is hosting a luncheon where everyone is invited for an afternoon of boutique shopping and lunch. Twenty percent of the sales will be donated to the Thornwell Home for Children. Last year, the Women's Ministry in combination with www.shopconfetti.com were able to give the Home over two thousand dollars to benefit their faith based programs. This year, our goal is to surpass that amount.
If you would like to attend the event, please contact Pat Green (843) 341-3574 for tickets. You can also go to www.thornwell.org and make a direct donation or find out more about their programs.