What if your gifts this year could make the world a better place?
TisBest Charity Gift Cards do all this. This year TisBest could be the unique gift you’re looking for—it is dramatically more sustainable than usual gifts, it teaches giving while gratifying, and actually makes the world better by the recipient contributing to any 501c3 charity in the United States. Hence this gift idea could even be tax deductible, not to mention matched by an employer! TisBest Charity Gift Cards work like conventional gift cards, but with one purposeful exception: the recipient "spends" the card by choosing which charities to support with the funds.
How Charity Gift Cards work. Go to TisBest.org and choose from three options:
1. Biodegradable Gift Card - mailed you or directly to your recipient
2. Email Gift Card - sent directly to your recipient on a specific date
3. Printer - sent to your own email for printing
Then choose an image for this customized gift card and specify the $ amount you want to give.
Easy peasy. Then your recipient starts off their new year right with less stuff, and by giving what they got—“spending” the gift card by choosing charity(ies).
More Good Info. According to a 2018 pre-holiday survey, the majority of Americans receive gifts they don’t want and will never use, creating $13 billion in wasted gift purchases the year earlier, which doesn’t begin to calculate an environmental footprint. To date, TisBest Charity Gift Cards have helped hundreds of thousands of Customers + Spenders make a positive impact on the world, resulting in over $15,000,000 raised for charitable purposes. That’s $15 million diverted from traditional gifting (and its footprint) into causes, arguably more sustainable and purposeful gifting.
Why TisBest does it? Getting stuff from people usually means getting rid of stuff, and as the recent survey shows too much stuff is still unused and thrown away. TisBest Philanthropy itself is a lean, 501c3 non-profit, founded in 2007 to help individuals and businesses with an alternative to giving this ‘stuff’.