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#FWB40 - Buy-One Give-One

This is the companion board to Chapter 28 of "Fundraising With Businesses: 40 New (and Improved!) Strategies for Nonprofits." Sponsorship available. Info: http://goo.gl/cglsOs
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Mission Pizza Company is part of Palermo’s Pizza with a clear mission: to provide a great pizza and help those in need. Building on Palermo’s 50+ years of giving back to the community, we will donate ONE pizza to charities in your local area for every FIVE Mission pizzas you buy. Our goal is to donate more than a half million pizzas every year. The more great-tasting Mission Pizza you eat, the more you feed those in your community.

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On A Mission | Mission

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Warby Parker Glasses - Buy a Pair, Give a Pair. For every pair of glasses purchased, Warby Parker provides a pair to someone in need.

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Online Eyeglasses & Sunglasses - $95 Rx Glasses | Warby Parker

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A Slice of Heaven! 10 Pizza Recipes that Are Better Than Takeout

Powerful story of paying it forward. #ajo

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eatiply™ is a meal-for-meal food donation project that was created to help the fight against world hunger. Every time you dine at an eatiply™ supported restaurant and choose a featured entree, a meal is donated and provided to someone in need.

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‘Buy One, Give One’ Spirit Imbues an Online Store

Toms is introducing an effort that helps other businesses with a social purpose, Toms Marketplace. The online store, which will be introduced Tuesday, will feature more than 200 products from about 30 companies and charities.

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Log In - The New York Times

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Inside the Buy-One Give-One Model: The buy-one give-one model is not only a viable way to create both commercial and social value, but a model of social entrepreneurship that is likely to increase in prevalence and power in the coming years.

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Lessons on Building a Social Enterprise From the First Buy-One-Give-One Food Company

Lessons on Building a Social Enterprise From the First Buy-One-Give-One Food Company | Peter Walters

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TOMS is expanding. Again. Yesterday, founder Blake Mycoskie announced that this time the buy-one-give-one pioneer will reach into the coffee market with a chain of coffee cafes, a roasting business and an online subscription coffee club. In partnership with nonprofit Water for People, for every bag of TOMS beans sold, a person in the countries where the coffee beans are sourced will get clean water for a week; for every cup sold in TOMS cafes, one person gets water for a day.

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from Co.Exist

Buy-One-Give-One Is A Gateway To Making The World Better (And Feels Pretty Good, Too)

Every little bit of change helps, and teaching businesses that there is money to be made in doing good is a valuable step in making the world better.

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Buy-One-Give-One Is A Gateway To Making The World Better (And Feels Pretty Good, Too)

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7 Questions To Ask Before You Make A Buy-One-Give-One Purchase

Some good things to keep in mind. "7 Questions To Ask Before You Make A Buy-One-Give-One Purchase." #causemarketing

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7 Questions To Ask Before You Make A Buy-One-Give-One Purchase

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