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Effortless Fundraising

Earn money for the club while making your routine purchases

What is Goodshop?

Goodshop is an online shopping mall that donates a percent of your purchase price to the club when you shop at one of 3,000+ partner stores including top retailers like Amazon (1.5% donation), Expedia (up to 4% donation), and Staples (2.5% donation). You can also find 25,000+ active discounts and money-saving coupons so you can save money and give back at the same time!

When you sign up to use Goodshop and click on the shop button or on a coupon or deal, Goodshop will notify their partner stores that they referred you to their site. Goodshop is given a referral fee when you make a purchase and they split the referral fee 50/50 with the club.

Dailygood members have raised millions of dollars for causes through the simple act of shopping online with Goodshop. Put simply: you shop, they give!

How do I start raising money for my nonprofit or school with Goodshop?

  • Visit goodsearch.com and select a cause from the hundreds of thousands of participating organizations or add a new cause by filling out the application here.
  • Register and create a user profile which will allow you to keep track of your individual amount raised.
  • Use the Goodshop tab at the top of the homepage or go to Goodshop to visit our online shopping mall and browse through thousands of partner stores, including top brands in clothing, office supplies, gifts and more.
  • Click through to the store and shop as you normally would. You pay nothing extra, but a portion of all qualifying purchases will go to your cause.
  • 100% of the donation amount displayed on merchant’s Goodshop page will go to the charity or school of your choice!

How much can I earn for my charity or school?

You can see how much is donated back to your cause on each partner retailer’s respective page on Goodshop. This donation amount varies; but it generally ranges from 1% - 30% of your total purchase amount. Your amount raised from everyday shopping can quickly add up! There is no cap on how much money they will direct to the club.

Where does the money come from?

When you shop through Goodshop at one of their retail partners, they are paid a referral fee. They direct 50% of this referral fee in the form of a donation to the club.

So, there’s no cost to me? Is using Goodshop any different or more costly than buying directly from the retailer?

Not at all! There is no cost and the experience of shopping through Goodshop is exactly the same as going to the retailer directly. You receive the same prices and level of service, and the retailers are responsible for collecting payment, shipping and returns. The only difference is that you have the added bonus of simply earning donations for your favorite cause through your shopping!

Is shopping through Goodshop secure?

Absolutely! The entire transaction is done through the merchant sites, just as if you had gone to their store directly -- except with the added bonus of raising money for the club.

Do all purchases qualify for a donation?

You can earn a donation for your cause through most of your purchases, but each retailer has its own rules and some purchases may not qualify. For example, many merchants do not contribute donations for gift cards or gift certificates. For details on donation exceptions and other restrictions, you can scroll to the bottom of a retailer’s page on Goodshop.

Why is there a delay between when I make a purchase and when it shows up in the amount raised for my charity?

Goodshop will post the data they receive from their retailers weekly. For some of their partner merchants, however, it can take up to eight weeks to report their sales back to them from the time of your purchase. You may also notice a change in the donation totals due to returned merchandise or cancelled orders. Please note: for most of their travel partners, the donation does not appear until a few weeks after your travel is completed.

In addition, if you are a registered user keeping track of your personal earnings, you will not see your Amazon purchases show up in your individual amount raised total. Amazon is unique in that their technology does not provide Goodshop the ability to display earnings within user accounts. Amazon purchases will still earn donations for your cause, but will only be displayed in aggregate at the cause level.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examples:

Travel

 

 

 

Staybridge Suites

6%

 

Holiday Inn

6%

 

Candlewood Suites

6%

 

Expedia

4%

 

Priceline

4%

 

Travelocity

3%

 

Enterprise

2.5%

 

Dollar

2%

 

 

 

Clothing

Nordstrom

7.5%

 

Famous Footware

6.5%

 

Ralph Lauren

3.5%

 

Gap

2.5%

 

Lands’ End

2.5%

 

L.L. Bean

2%

 

Kohls

2%

 

JC Penny

2%

 

 

 

General

Shopko

3.5%

 

Target

2.5%

 

Kmart

2%

 

Amazon

1.5%

 

 

 

Photo

Shutterfly

2.5%

 

 

 

Books/Games

Barnes and Noble

3%

 

GameStop

2.5%

 

 

 

Home

Home Depot

2.5%

 

Lowes

1.5%

 

 

 

Pharmacy

Walgreens

4%

 

Diapers.com

1%

 

Drugstore.com

4%

 

 

 

Gardening

Burpee

6%

 

Plow and Hearth

5%

 

 

 

Office

Staples

2.5%

 

Dell

2%

 

Apple

1%