Seattle, WA, September 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- GreaterGood Network's newest Gift That Gives More[tm] helps girls in Afghanistan achieve an education. The purchase of a $21 “Send A Girl To School In Afghanistan” will fund one month’s education at the Zabuli Education Center. A $250 “Send A Girl To School In Afghanistan” Gift will pay for an entire year.
This Gift was launched on The Literacy Site (www.TheLiteracySite.com) in September.
Each Gift helps cover the cost of a girl's school year: her school supplies, books, lunches, even her uniform and shoes.
The latest addition to GreaterGood Network’s Gifts That Give More[tm] program benefits Razia's Ray of Hope Foundation. This nonprofit organization works to improve the lives of women and children in Afghanistan by providing access to community-based education.
More About Gifts That Give More[tm]
For those shopping for relatives or friends who have requested “waste-free” gifts, GreaterGood Network has created the Gifts That Give More [tm] program. Each of these Gifts represents a direct donation to a specific charity or program as outlined on the web page.
With their full-color downloadable certificate of acknowledgement, Gifts That Give More[tm] found on The Literacy Site benefit educational programs in the United States and around the world. Each one makes a meaningful gift for teachers, students, and others.
The donations received through Gifts That Give More[tm] program are distributed as grants to charities by the nonprofit GreaterGood.org and are 100% tax deductible in the United States.
The GreaterGood Network creates Gifts That Give More [tm] completely free of charge for selected charities. No administration fees or other fees are charged for participation in the program.
More About The Literacy Site and GreaterGood Network
The Literacy Site encourages a love of reading year round as part of the GreaterGood Network’s “Click Here to Give - It's FREE” websites. A simple click on the homepage button triggers a donation from a sponsoring advertiser. The Literacy Site’s charitable partners First Book and Room to Read use these donations to pay for books for children who might never own a book of their own.
The “Click Here to Give” program on the site’s homepage (www.theliteracysite.com) is paid for by advertisers and 100% of this ad revenue goes directly to support the work of the charities listed on the site.
In addition, purchases from The Literacy Site’s store fund free books for children in need. Each and every product purchase funds one or more books for children at no extra cost to the consumer—customers can see exactly how many books that they have funded when they check out from the store.