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Phone number referral cards
Here’s an easy way to help women in need and promote the work of The Mary Kay Foundation. Print out these phone number referral cards onto business card stock on your home printer and hand them out to friends, customers and acquaintances in need. Each card offers a toll-free number for cancer information from CancerCare and a toll-free number for the National Domestic Violence Hotline. Download referral cards now.
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Give when you grocery shop
Every time you shop at Tom Thumb, Simon David or Randalls grocery stores, you can help raise money for The Mary Kay Foundation! All you need is a Tom Thumb/Randalls Reward Card. If you don’t have a Reward Card, you can apply for one quickly at no cost at your local store.

Then, just visit the Customer Service desk at your local store, and tell them you want to link the Foundation’s Good Neighbor number (account number 8655) to your Reward Card. You’re done – it’s that easy!

Once you’ve done this, one percent of the purchase price of all your groceries will automatically be donated to the Foundation every quarter!
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Give when you shop or search the Internet
Raise money for the Foundation each time you search the Internet using Goodsearch.com! For every search, a penny goes to the Foundation. If 1,000 people search twice a day for a year, the charity earns more than $7,000 in just one year. And GoodSearch is powered by Yahoo’s search engine, so it returns the exact same results.
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RECYLING PROGRAM EXPANDED
The Mary Kay FoundationSM is pleased to announce its partnership with Cartridges for Kids®, a Waste Management Company, to recycle electronic items and receive funding for the Foundation. Recyclable items include cell phones, laser and inkjet cartridges, laptops, MP3 players, PDAs, and tablets/eReaders/notebooks. (download the flyer)

  • Recycling Laptops
    Cartridges For Kids® (CFK Today), removes all personal data and history is removed from each and every laptop, before recycling.

    CFK also accepts broken laptops, if a broken laptop is donated CFK disposes of any non-repairable laptops in an environmentally approved manner. CFK technicians may use the parts from broken laptops to repair other laptops.

  • Give by recycling electronic items
    You can help the environment and support The Mary Kay Foundation at the same time when you recycle your used cell phones, laser and inkjet cartridges, laptops, MP3 players, PDAs, and tablets/eReads/notebooks! Since the introduction of our recycling initiative at Seminar 2006, the Foundation has received more than $492,403.49 from Waste Management.

  • Have items to donate NOW? Simply call, 1-888-490-7675 or e-mail CFKprogram@wm.com to request a prepaid UPS Ground label. Place your cell phones, laser and inkjet cartridges, laptops, MP3 players, PDAs, or tablets/eReaders/notebooks into a box, affix a label and ship. (download the shipping guidelines)
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It’s EASY to help support The Mary Kay Foundation and earn cash for your electronics! Sell your high value items, earn money for yourself and The Mary Kay Foundation. (download the flyer)

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