Spend on Simple and support these nonprofits

We’ll be spreading some extra holiday cheer when you spend on Simple this season. Ten customers will win $500, and we'll donate $10,000 to charity. Read on to learn about the nonprofits we're supporting.
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Not only will 10 customers win $500 by using their Simple card between December 14th and December 18th 2018, but we’ll also be donating $1,000 to a nonprofit organization on behalf of each winning customer. That’s $10,000 bucks!

While there are so many deserving nonprofits, we’re excited to support the national organizations listed below because of their alignment with our vision and values, and their strong impact on those they serve.


Mouse is a national youth development nonprofit organization that empowers youth and educators to engage with computer science and creative technology to solve real problems and make meaningful change in the world. They also offer technology courses and education through their online learning platform, Mouse Create.

The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project is a nonprofit organization that focuses on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning young people. For 20 years, Trevor has worked to save young LGBTQ lives by providing support through our free and confidential crisis programs, including: Trevor Lifeline, TrevorChat, TrevorText, and TrevorSpace, as well as our education, outreach, and advocacy resources.

Girls Inc.

Girls Inc. is a nonprofit organization that serves girls ages 6-18 at more than 1,400 sites in 400 cities across the US and Canada. They encourage girls to be “Strong, Smart, and Bold” through direct service, advocacy, and giving them the skills to navigate economic, gender, and social barriers.

Feeding America

Feeding America is a nonprofit nationwide network of more than 200 food banks. Together they feed more than 46 million people through food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and other community-based agencies.

Petco Foundation

The Petco Foundation is a nonprofit that partners with more than 4,000 animal welfare organizations to help provide homes for millions of animals in need. They also host pet adoption events across the country to help unite loving pets with loving families.

And now, for the rules

1 transaction = 1 entry (max of 25 per day). 10 winners. Void where prohibited. Open to legal residents of 50 U.S./D.C., 18+. Ends 12/18/18 @ 11:59 pm PST. There’s a free alternate method of entry, so no purchase necessary. Full promotion rules can be found here.

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