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Frontier College offers a new and innovative way to support their Literacy Programs
To start shopping (and giving) go to www.frontiercollege.ca and click on SHOP AND SUPPORT FRONTIER COLLEGE PROGRAMS to register.
"We are thrilled to be associated with Frontier College", says Jim McHugh, CEO of RebateaCause. "I know the challenges facing non-profit organizations in our communities. Our goal is to help Frontier College to maximize their fundraising efforts through existing spending. More people shop online and now Frontier College can tap into that source of revenue at no additional cost."
Statistics Canada reports more than 30 per cent of Canadian households were shopping online last year and spending more than $1,000. "This as an opportunity for people to make a difference with their everyday purchasing by supporting literacy programs across Canada,"adds Barbara Fraser of the Frontier College Foundation. "It's an innovative approach and something that we expect will become increasingly popular."
Merchants include such popular retailers as Canadian Tire, eBay, Sony, Land's End, The Source by Circuit City, Sephora, WestJet, Eddie Bauer, Toys R US, and Chapters/Indigo.
Literacy is an essential skill in today's world. At Frontier College,
we believe it's a fundamental right.
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