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AmazonSmile Program (Amazon donates to BTF when you shop)

AmazonSmile: You shop. Amazon gives.

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How many of you shop at Amazon?

Amazon has a charity friendly site: Amazon Smile (smile.amazon.com) — the exact same site you know and love, except every time you buy something Amazon donates 0.5% of every sale to Bridge to Türkiye at no cost to you.

Isn’t that awesome? Sure it’s a small percentage, but every little bit counts, right?

Three simple steps:

–   Change your bookmark to http://smile.amazon.com/ch/58-2678580
–   At the top, change the charity that you want to support.
–   Shop and start giving back to Türkiye!

Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make on AmazonSmile will result in a donation to BTF.  You can also reach AmazonSmile from BTF’s web site at www.bridgetoturkiye.org 

Bridge to Türkiye Fund (BTF) is a charitable non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions made to BTF are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by IRS. BTF”s tax identification number is 58-2678580.

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Bridge to Türkiye Fund (BTF) was established in 2003 by community minded Turkish Americans (Turks4Good) driven to make a difference, to improve life and to cultivate social change for the common good. Our circle of compassion promotes respect and fellowship for humankind in the communities we serve. Turks4Good commitment to these ideals stems from our basic desire to give back to our native land for the many opportunities we have gained from her. We invite you to also contribute to the welfare of less fortunate children in Turkey.