Local Business Partners with Charitable App to Support Fair Trade
Global Gifts is making it easy for customers to show their support for Fair Trade. The locally owned nonprofit organization, with four locations in Indiana and Ohio, recently partnered with the RoundUp App to offer its customers a great way of giving back and supporting international artisans and vendors whose unique products are offered through Global Gifts.
To initiate the process, customers download the RoundUp App and can then select Global Gifts as the nonprofit they want to donate their change to. At the end of each month, the app will tally all the change from the customer’s transactions and deposit directly to Global Gifts.
For more information about Global Gifts, visit GlobalGiftsFT.com or email Info@GlobalGiftsFT.com. For more information about the RoundUp App, visit RoundUpApp.com.
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