Rancho Mirage, California (PressExposure) January 08, 2010 -- Tired of the significant fundraising efforts necessary to sustain school and other important community programs year after year, a community enterprise, has taken financial matters into their own hands.
Schools around the state have re- opened their doors for the New Year. And again the urgency of school and other important program funding is upon us. Tired of the significant fundraising efforts, The Rewards Projectâ¢ Program began solving the funding issues communities face year after year.
The Rewards Project Program secured agreements with retailers to create a loyalty reward program for local organizations. Now citizens can earn up to a 35% rebate from every purchase for a local program or organization of their choice, by shopping at over 600 top-named retailers including Gap, Abt, Sears, and hundreds more on The Rewards Project.comâ¢. A new feature coming this month will be exclusive online coupon codes and printable discounts, designed so community supporters can benefit as well.
"Coming together in directing our everyday purchases can help solve the social and funding issues we face year after year. We can create this new and sustainable revenue source to maintain our traditional standard of living and without incurring any additional expense. We've made both programs registration free and easy to use and believe this 'no cost' and cohesive approach to community funding will encourage and unite citizens. Why wouldn't anybody utilize them?"
"Citizens wield enormous purchasing power, and now have a vehicle to channel that power into common good benefits. It's simply leveraging our purchasing power." adds Julie Gold, The Rewards Projectâ¢ Program founder.