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  • Nonprofits large and small are using eBay for Charity to boost their profile while raising funds with eBay for Charity. Below are some of their most recent stories.
Save a Child's Heart
  • Save a Child's Heart
    [Community Selling, National Nonprofit]
  • Save a Child’s Heart exists to improve the quality of pediatric cardiac care for children from developing countries. The organization was founded by Dr. Amram Cohen who, after serving 20 years with the U.S. Army as a heart surgeon, decided to devote his life to saving children. In 1995, he began Save a Child’s Heart, and by early 2010, the organization had saved the lives of more than 2,400 children around the world. Read Save a Child's Heart's story of growth and success.
Angel Acres Horse Haven
  • Angel Acres Horse Haven
    [Direct Selling, Local Nonprofit]
  • Jo Deibel has loved horses since she was a little girl. In March 2003 she decided to adopt a mare from a group that rescues healthy, young American horses who would otherwise be sold for slaughter for human consumption in Europe and Asia. The next year, she started her own horse rescue, assistance and adoption organization, Angel Acres Horse Haven, at her Pennsylvania farm. Read about Angel Acres' success with eBay for Charity.
Goodwill of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties
  • Goodwill of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties
    [Direct Selling, Local Nonprofit]
  • Goodwill’s philosophy and business model has been a continued success since opening its doors in 1902. And now, in addition to its traditional brick and mortar stores, the Goodwill model has grown to include internet outlets. Goodwill San Francisco joined eBay for Charity in 2003 as a means to diversify its available points of sale. Read about Goodwill's success with eBay for Charity.
University of Missouri
  • The University of Missouri
    [Direct Selling, School Fundraiser]
  • The University of Missouri first turned to eBay as an eco-friendly way to recycle the school's excess supplies, furniture, and electronic equipment, while also raising much-needed funds. But what started out as simple monthly eBay auctions of select "sellable" items quickly took on a life of its own when they discovered eBay for Charity. Read the University of Missouri's success story.
Blind Center of Nevada
  • Blind Center of Nevada
    [Direct Selling, Local Nonprofit]
  • The Blind Center of Nevada has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars direct selling refurbished computer parts on eBay for Charity. Not only have they been able to support their organization with these funds, but they have also provided job training and meaningful employment opportunities to the visually impaired community. Read about Blind Center of Nevada's success with eBay for Charity.

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