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Tuesday, December 07, 2010

PSGive.org offers a Vacation to Napa Valley

Anyone interested in a vacation to Napa Valley for less than $10? It's possible at PSGive.org. If a price like that wasn't the best part, how about the fact that it benefits charity?

PSGive.org is a new website designed to encourage on-going charitable contributions by rewarding its visitors. In the recent trend of social-change focused organizations, this new site shines above the rest due to its unique model to encourage charitable participation. By engaging supporters in exciting online events where they may compete for amazing deals, the charities with whom PSGive.org works are able to reach a broader segment of society that may have previously been uninterested or unwilling to give. Recent supporters have walked away with backstage passes to Broadway’s Rock of Ages and an Apple iPad, each for under $10.

Some of the 501c3 non profits currently using PSGive include Keep America Beautiful, Boys and Girls Club, National Breast Cancer Coalition, and Children’s Defense Fund – New York, with dozens of other organizations in discussion for adopting the program.

Here's what is included in the current Napa Valley Vacation fundraising event, found here: http://psgive.org/event/view/id/18
• 4 days/3 nights at a beautiful luxury resort
• Private chauffeured winery tour
• Two round trip tickets from any major US city

How could it possibly be won for so cheap? This isn't your typical fundraising event where you try and outbid the previous offer. You're putting your offer in for the lowest unique amount. That means pick the lowest price that nobody else has picked, and you get it for that price! Head over to the PSGive.org Facebook page and click the 'like' button - you'll get a coupon code to give you $5 in credit to play with. You could win the trip with just that! This event ends on December 16th, but it only takes a minute to win it! So jump on and go for it.
 
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