Save lives, save money and shop local with the purchase of The Holiday Shopping Card October 19 – 29, 2023.
The American Cancer Society’s Holiday Shopping Card has been one of Houston’s premier fall fundraising events for over 25 years!
With the purchase of the Holiday Shopping Card, shoppers not only receive a 20% discount from October 19 through October 29, 2023 at hundreds of Houston area participating retailers, but you help make a difference in the battle against cancer. One hundred percent of the $75 card purchase directly benefits the American Cancer Society’s vision to end cancer, for everyone.
How Can You Make a Difference?
Become a Sponsor – Choose from a variety of sponsorship opportunities designed to meet your marketing objectives and budget, including benefits such as your name or company logo prominently displayed on promotional materials and digital platforms and hosting traffic-generating events.
- Sign up to be a Participating Store or Restaurant – Join hundreds of retail stores and restaurants across the Houston area that sell and honor the card, and drive business to your store to kick off the holiday season.
- Purchase a Card – Houstonians can purchase the Holiday Shopping Card online this summer for $75 or at participating area retailers in the fall.
- Support the American Cancer Society – Your contributions fund life-saving cancer research, patient support services, and the new Hope Lodge Houston, a no-cost residence for cancer patients visiting the Greater Houston area for treatment.
Join the HSC Volunteer Committee: There’s lots of ways to get involved in this fun event, such as Retailer Liaisons, Administrative Helpers, Brand Ambassadors, and Special Events committees.
For more information about the Holiday Shopping Card, please email at email@example.com or call 713-266-2205.
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