163: Giving Back Insights #45 — What’s in your wallet? with Stephen Garten with Rob Lowe

They’ve made giving back every day just as easy as purchasing a coffee

Welcome to the 45th episode of Giving Back Insights, my Thursday solo show where I talk about how our guests and their charities serve others, to explore actions each of can take to make a difference in people’s lives and to share. Today I’m discussing and highlighting the amazing service by charity change with Stephen Garten. Listen to today’s episode and don’t forget to give your feedback and valuable comment. Enjoy!

Key Takeaways:

Stephen Garten is the creator of Charity Charge — the first ever credit card that allows people to automatically donate cash back from their purchases to any nonprofit of any size.   With the Charity Charge credit card, cardholders earn 1% cash back that they direct to any nonprofit in the form of an automatic, tax-deductible donation. Charity Charge was born as a way for Stephen to give back and moreover, as his way to make it incredibly easy for others to do the same each and every time they use their credit card,

This is an amazing way for nonprofits to invite their supporters to donate without changing a thing.  Whole Planet Foundation has already raised thousands of dollars in recurring revenue by getting their supporters to add Charity Charge to their wallet and I just don’t see a downside in this way for every charity’s supporters to show their love every day without changing a thing they already do.

Stephen’s on today’s show, check it out and use Charity Charge to power up your favorite charity


Stephen at the 2015 South by Southwest festival when he introduced Charity Charge

***News flash: meet Stephen and the Charity Charge team November 6 – 9 in San Francisco at DreamForce, the annual SalesForce conference.  He’s a speaker!

Always err on the side of love and kindness.
Love & Gratitude,

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