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Holiday Shop Online Through Louisiana Gives - 11-20-2013

When you do your online shopping through Louisiana Gives, a portion of the purchase price is donated to Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana.  
It won't cost you anything extra and it won't take any additional time.
(Well maybe just a few extra seconds for you to click through one extra web page.)

Louisiana Gives© has more than 200 stores covering every shopping category, including Amazon.com, Best Buy, Orbitz & Sephora!

 

Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals Start Early!

Many of your favorite stores already have sales in place so log on to Louisiana Gives, choose Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana , and start shopping.
 It's quick, easy and affords an opportunity for you to 'give without giving'.

 

Thank you for thinking of us when you shop this holiday season!

Click on this link to choose us as your nonprofit:

http://louisianagives.com/causes3.cfm?code=foodbanknla

 


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