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Support without Spending
Support Powwow, Scholarship, Elder Housing - for free
Please help support Redbird’s sixth Children Of Many Colors Powwow, the creation of the Strengthening The Circle Scholarship Fund, and our Elder Housing project, without spending money. Log on to www.escrip.com and register to support Redbird when you shop with merchants such as Vons.
Each time you shop with an eScrip member merchant, one to ten per cent of your purchase amount is donated by the merchant to Redbird. You can register just your store loyalty cards, or you can register everything plastic in your wallet, including ATM, debit and credit cards. Registration is free and takes about five minutes. The money you earn for Redbird will help support our efforts in the Native American community. There is no cost to you, and nothing you have to do except register with eScrip. Please help contribute to the strength of native nations.
Thank you for your time and generous support.
Corina Roberts, Founder
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