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Great Reasons to Visit our Website

We’ve been very busy. We’d like to invite you to visit TravelPledge to see just how we busy we’ve been. TravelPledge is now featuring $7,031,199 in fun experiences (golf, vacations, cruises, etc)  that you can enjoy and generate a nice donation at the same time, and we have built over 4,100 private label websites for ...

Great Reasons to Visit our Website

It has been a while since we heard from you, but we’ve been busy, so we hope that you will visit Geronimo or TravelPledge (our new website to have fun and help great causes) soon. In fact, we are now featuring $6,852,875 in fun experiences (golf, vacations, cruises, etc)  that you can enjoy and generate ...

Great Reasons To Visit Geronimo and TravelPledge

07/06/2016 · Posted in Fund Raising, Geronimo.com News

  We’ve been busy, and we hope that you will visit Geronimo or TravelPledge (our new website to have fun and help great causes) soon. In fact, we are now featuring $7,596,517 in fun experiences (golf, vacations, cruises, etc)  that you can enjoy and generate a  nice donation at the same time, and we have ...

Opportunity Knocks for Your Donors and for your Organization.

12/19/2015 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

For all our TravelPledge partners your supporters have an opportunity to enjoy a four day Caribbean cruise January 21st, 2016. Supporters of your charitable organization (plus friends/family) can enjoy a four day Caribbean cruise,January 21st, 2016. Here are some important details: Your supporter saves $384. Your organization receives $614! Very limited number of these are available ...

Making the most of your local social impact

04/16/2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing

Have you ever purchased a yogurt, drink, cereal bar, or a frozen TV dinner because of a pink ribbon? If you have, you are one of the nearly majority of the population who has done so. According to the 20-year research, 2013 Cone Communications Social Impact Study, tracked U.S. consumers and determined that 54% bought ...