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Did you know that every time you shop on Amazon, The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of your purchase to Catholic Charities? Your Amazon shopping experience stays the same, and you can watch the dollars add up for the poor we are serving to receive help and healing they desperately need.

Shopping for Dad for Father’s Day? Summer camp items for the kids? Grocery and household items? Make a purchase on AmazonSmile and…

        You can help a dad find a job and support his family.

        You can help send kids in our transitional housing to summer camp.

        You can help a hungry family receive the groceries they wouldn’t be able to afford.

 

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It’s as easy as one click! Here’s how it works

Visit smile.amazon.com and select Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington as the charity you’re supporting. Every eligible purchase will result in a donation! And, Amazon will remember your selection each time you come back. Millions of Amazon products are eligible for this donation!

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Thank you for supporting Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington by volunteering your time, supporting us financially, advocating on our behalf and praying for those whom we serve. We couldn’t serve near as many people without your support! For more information on how you can get involved with Catholic Charities, please visit our website or call 703-841-3830.

 

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