Amazon Smile - Make Three Times the Impact


What if shopping online could impact the world for Christ? Beginning March 12 through March 31, it can.

Consider this: for the next three weeks you can skip your weekly run to the store, restock your household items online, have them shipped to your door and Amazon will make a donation to Global Media Outreach on your behalf! For every ten cent donation, one new person will be able to hear the Gospel online.

For a limited time, first-time AmazonSmile shoppers can make online purchases and Amazon will donate 1.5 percent of the purchase price to Global Media Outreach. If you are already an AmazonSmile shopper, thank you for selecting Global Media Outreach as your charity! Any purchases made by current AmazonSmile shoppers will continue to be donated at the normal rate.

How It Works:

  1. Go to smile.amazon.com using your desktop or mobile browser (not the mobile app).
  2. Type "Global Media Outreach" in the search bar to find a charity to support.
  3. Select "Global Media Outreach" from the list (confirm that the selected organization is located in Plano, TX and incorporated in 2007.)
  4. That's it! If you visit smile.amazon.com to make your Amazon purchases from now on, you'll be donating to the ministry with every purchase!

Terms and Conditions:

  • Offer only available to customers making their first purchase through AmazonSmile.
  • Offer only applies to items eligible for AmazonSmile. Look for "Eligible for AmazonSmile donation" on the product detail page.Ineligible purchases include gift cards, subscription services and certain digital content.
  • For additional questions on Amazon terms and conditions, visit Amazon.
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