Keep Smiling on Amazon Prime Day – How to Shop and Donate to InLiquid

I’ll be honest, I am a shop-small kind of girl. In fact, I’m a downright small business snob. For clothing, I shop in Old City, food: farmer’s market, home decor: art fairs, drinks: strictly craft beers and small-batch local distilleries. You get the point; I have haute taste. However, July 11th is Amazon Prime Day, the online retail giant’s third annual one-day flash sales event where if you’ve had your eye on a bladeless fan, an i-Robot vacuum, or a Soda Stream, tomorrow would be a perfect day to get it. And if you’re a local shopper like myself, Amazon Prime Day isn’t a total compromise to your shop-small policy. 


Thanks to Amazon Smile, there is a way to shop on Amazon and give to non-profit organizations at no extra cost. 

In three steps you can shop the way you normally shop on Amazon and contribute to InLiquid at the same time. All with no cost added to you.

Step 1.

Go to smile.amazon.com, and type InLiquid into the non-profit search.

 

Step 2.

Select InLiquid as your preferred non-profit.

Step 3.

Start shopping at smile.amazon.com when you use amazon.

Remember, Amazon only donates when you shop through smile.amazon.com, so check the url before you check out.

Start with a Smile Today and Shop with Amazon! 

 

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme.
Florence Weisz
Florence Weisz

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and…

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme. …

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme. …

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Susan Abrams
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Stephanie Rogers
Stephanie Rogers

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Elaine M. Erne
Elaine M. Erne

Elaine M. Erne, co-founder and co-director of Star Wheel Printers, received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh,…

Elaine M. Erne, co-founder and co-director of Star Wheel Printers, received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA and her MFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia,…

Elaine M. Erne, co-founder and co-director of Star Wheel Printers, received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA and her MFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Erne’s drawings…

Nancy Kress is an InLiquid artist member.
Nancy Kress
Nancy Kress

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Nancy Kress is an InLiquid artist member.…

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