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Introducing giveGreater cards & gift incentive

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Introducing giveGreater cards & gift incentive

Time: November 8, 2011 from 12am to 7pm
Location: www.cfgnh.org
Event Type: match, gift, incentive, to, support, nonprofits
Organized By: Tricia Caldwell
Latest Activity: Nov 8, 2011

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There's a new way to support local nonprofits: giveGreater cards. A $100 giving incentive is being offered by The Community Foundation today - lasting until  7 PM TONIGHT. When you order a $100 (or more) giveGreater card by 7 PM tonight, you'll get an extra $100 card. Cards can be given as thank yous, birthday or holiday presents to friends, colleagues and family, who get to designate the value of the card to any nonprofit on giveGreater.org. Double the value of your gift and do something great for local nonprofits. Order a giveGreater card on The Foundation's website at www.cfgnh.org by 7 PM tonight. While cards will be available to order through December 31, 2011,  the $100 match incentive lasts only until 7 PM tonight!

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