What if, every time you shop online, a percentage of your purchase goes to benefit at-risk youth?
Now it’s possible with the Football For Good Giving Assistant. On Monday, the SF/Seattle-based company I work for – GlobalMojo – launched its first ever white label with Adrian Peterson from the Vikings.
We’ve created the Football For Good Giving Assistant: a free app for Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer. Once you install the app, you simply do nothing out of the ordinary. When it’s time to buy something online – like a Christmas present for your sibling, a new coat for yourself, whatever – you do what you normally do and head over to Amazon, or whatever website. While you make your purchase, the Football For Good Giving Assistant automatically generates a commission from Amazon in the background. Up to 50% of that commission goes to Adrian Peterson’s All Day Foundation to benefit at-risk youth.
Not all websites will generate money for the Football For Good campaign, but there’s a whole lot that do (i.e. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, TOMS, Hootsuite, and SO much more.. ) To determine which online retailers will benefit at-risk youth, a little yellow bar drops down on the applicable websites. And a little football displays on your Google searches to identify which retailers are Football For Good-friendly.
The app is completely free and is ridiculously easy to use. Oh, and when you install… you are automatically given 100 entries to win a VIP trip to Super Bowl 2012 to meet Adrian Peterson. Another 100 entries if you invite a friend to install the app as well.
GlobalMojo appreciates every comment and feedback—if you have any after installing, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.