How can I present
offerings to Temple of the Goddess with no cost to me? Easy, Temple of the
Goddess has two cool, fun ways to help support our evolving vision. Both are
simple, totally painless, and involve shopping–something we have to do
whether we like it or not.
Temple of the Goddess is proud to
announce it’s association with AMAZON, the Earth’s Biggest Bookstore.
Please go to the Temple Store to look for books, CD’s, and DVD’s, or simply
think of us when you need to shop AMAZON and sign in here help support
Temple of the Goddess while you “do your thing.” When you purchase
any book, or music CD from Amazon.com through our website, a percentage of
the purchase price is credited to Temple of the Goddess account. Without
reaching deeper into your pocket, with minimum of effort, you will offer a
Love Donation to the Temple. Visit the
One simple way you can support our many worthwhile projects and activities
is by signing up online at eScrip and then purchasing items you normally use
causing a percentage of the purchase to be donated to Temple of the
Goddess! eScrip is a method through which various merchants have agreed to
donate a percentage of each sale to charity. It’s easy to do, and it
doesn’t take a penny from your pocket.
What is the eScrip
Introduced by Electronic Scrip Inc. (ESI), the eScrip program is a
fundraising program that allows participating merchants to contribute a
percentage of your grocery loyalty cards, credit card, and debit/ATM card
purchases to the organization of your choice–Temple of the Goddess. The
eScrip program brings an unprecedented ease of use and many other advantages
to fundraising programs -- it's the best vehicle for simple, year-round
Go on line and
register one or more credit cards. Stipulate that all donations be given to
Temple of the Goddess. Then when you shop at participating stores and use
the registered card, it happens. From 2% to 8%, depending on the merchant
and the amount purchased, goes into Temple of the Goddess’ account. All
without taking money from your pocket, or even thinking of the purchase as a
donation. How easy is that?
Read more about eScrip here.