Creative Ways To Give
There are many ways you can give back to the SC Campaign. Consider the suggestions below and get involved today!
Grow a mustache and raise funds for the SC Campaign during Mustache Madness. For three weeks during the month of March, contestants compete to grow the best stache while collecting "votes" from friends and family via donations to the SC Campaign.
Blue Jeans for Teens
Raise awareness during Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month in May by signing up for Blue Jeans for Teens. Allow your staff members to wear their favorite pair of jeans for just $5 a day or $20 a week during the month of May. All businesses, government and religious organizations are welcome.
Host a Community Event
Raise funds for the SC Campaign by hosting an event with proceeds benefiting the SC Campaign. A few examples include:
- A backyard BBQ, small luncheon or sit-down dinner
- Local restaurant sponsored event
- Bunko or other game night
- Yard sale
- Benefit concert
Have an idea for an event? Contact our Communications Department at email@example.com or 803-771-7700.
eBay Giving Works
Generate support on eBay by designating the SC Campaign to receive 10-100% of your proceeds the next time you sell something through eBay Giving Works. eBay gives back to you too, with a fee credit on your basic selling fees. You can also search for items to buy that benefit the SC Campaign or make an immediate cash gift through PayPal.
Shop on Amazon.com and support the SC Campaign through AmazonSmile. Simply visit smile.amazon.com to select SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy as your designated charitable organization. Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to the SC Campaign.
GoodSearch.com and GoodShop.com
Search the web with Yahoo-powered Goodsearch.com and a penny will be donated to the SC Campaign each time you conduct a search.
Shop online at GoodShop.com and a percentage of each purchase you make will benefit the SC Campaign. Just select SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy as your charity of choice and help spread the word.