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Support AFSH Through Amazon Smile!

Volunteer Note

John G. Seiler, III, MD

John G. Seiler, III, MD
Chair, AFSH 25th Anniversary Campaign

Support the AFSH through the AMAZON SMILE program! Amazon Smile is an easy way to support your favorite charity every time you shop and at NO cost to you. Through this program you get the same low price for your purchased item and Amazon gives back a portion (0.5% on all eligible purchases) of the purchase price to the AFSH. Learn more about Amazon Smile. To set AFSH as your preferred charity on AmazonSmile go to

http://smile.amazon.com/ch/74-2428242.

Once you've identified your charity you just need to make your purchase through the AmazonSmile (same process as if you were on Amazon) and that's it! Any future purchases will go to benefit the AFSH automatically as long as you're shopping through AmazonSmile.

The AFSH is making great strides towards its $5 million campaign goal and this is an easy way to support AFSH initiatives in Research, Education and Outreach. Your donation is just a couple of clicks away. Please support the AFSH by using Amazon Smile.

Interested in making a long-term pledge in support of the 25th Anniversary Campaign? You can make your donation online. For questions about how your donation is put to work contact us at afsh@assh.org.
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