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Shop Through The Heart
Make Your Shopping Make A Difference!
Shop Amazon-smile, Thru The Heart and eScrip are two easy ways to give back to the Library Foundation. Read on to find out how to make your everyday shopping benefit our literacy and outreach initiatives!
|When you are shopping on Amazon you can use their https://smile.amazon.com/ website to make contributions to The St. Charles City-County Library Foundation. Just sign into your regular account through the smile.amazon website, select the St Charles City-County Library Foundation as the business you wish your contributions to go to and shop like normal.|
Support us with your online shopping! Register at Shop Thru The Heart and select us as the charity you want to support. Then click on one of many shopping destinations including Amazon, Macy's, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble and more and start shopping. That's it! There is no cost to you. Really! Go through the Shop Thru The Heart website the next time you shop online and a percentage of your purchase will benefit the programs and services of the St. Charles City-County Library Foundation. Register now and enjoy knowing that your shopping makes a difference in our community!
eScrip is a simple way to support the Library Foundation. If you shop at Schnucks, let us enroll you in eScrip and a portion of your purchases will be donated to the Library Foundation. Send us an e-mail with the following information and we'll get you registered:
We'll mail you a Schnucks eScrip card (keychain card as well as credit card size) registered in your name. All you need to do is start shopping and present your eScrip card at check out. It's that easy!
Schnucks will donate a portion of your purchase* to the Library Foundation:
For example, here's how it works: If your monthly purchases totaled $650.00, your contribution earned would be $10.50. $300.00 x 1% + $300.00 x 2% + $50.00 x 3% = $10.50. * Excludes purchases of lottery tickets, gift cards and taxes.