Valentine’s Day “Products That Give Back” From Filanthropists.com
Filanthropists.com, an online shopping mall that only offers “Products That Give Back,” presents its Valentine’s Day products.
Oakland, NJ (PRUnderground) February 9th, 2011
Filanthropists.com, an online shopping mall that only offers “Products That Give Back,” presents its Valentine’s Day products. Gift suggestions include the Hugs & Kisses Bracelet, 100% of the sale goes to The Genesis Fund; Puzzle-in-a-Heart Pendant, a $10 donation will be made to The National Autism Association; Same Sky Bracelet – Pink Glass Bead, 100% of the sale goes to CODEPINK; All flowers on the site, 5% of the sale is donated to Broadway Cares/EFAIDS; Box of chocolate (by Broadway Baker), 1% of the sale goes to Broadway Cares/EFAIDS; Tumba the Gorilla, 100% of the sale goes to the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International; Super Sexy Pink “Bling Bra”, 20% of the sale goes to Cancer Schmancer Movement; Peace Panties! Make Love, Not War, 100% of the sale goes to CODEPINK;
Autism Puzzle Heart Custom Crystal Bling Tee, 20% of the sale is donated to The National Autism Association; and One Dozen “PooPooPaper” Roses (made from eco-friendly elephant dung), 20% of the sale goes to Born Free USA.
Filomena Laforgia, Founder/CEO of Filanthropists.com said, “Every product we feature is affiliated with a charity or nonprofit organization, so shoppers can feel good knowing that while their gift is bringing happiness to the recipient, it’s enabling charities and nonprofits to continue their good work.”
Filanthropists.com is an online shopping mall that serves as the voice in the marketplace for nonprofit organizations, independent vendors, and corporations who engage in e-commerce fundraising through the sale of “Products That Give Back.” A “product that gives back” is defined as: “The sale of a product from which a portion of the proceeds is donated to charity.” Filanthropists.com hosts a diverse variety of organizations benefiting charities and causes that include autism research, cancer research, HIV/AIDS research, humanitarian concerns, wildlife preservation, and environmental conservation.