“Our children are our only hope for the future, but we are their only hope for their present and their future.”
– Zig Ziglar
TYF is excited to announce our partnership with Amazon Smile, the fundraising division of Amazon.com. Amazon Smile gives back to various organizations by donating 0.5% of eligible purchases to the organization of your choice, with no cost to you. By shopping with Amazon Smile, and selecting Trustar Youth Foundation as your charity of choice, you can give back in the simplest way!
Whether you are an existing Amazon.com user or not, giving through Amazon Smile couldn’t be more convenient. While still enjoying all of your current Amazon account benefits, existing Amazon.com and Amazon Prime customers can simply log your Amazon credentials into our Amazon Smile link. When making purchases through this link, 0.5% of each purchase will be automatically donated to the Trustar Youth Foundation. New to Amazon? Register for free here and begin giving 0.5% of each purchase today.
Once you reach $5.00 raised, Amazon will transfer the funds to Trustar Youth Foundation. The act of giving has never been more effortless! Don’t forget to download the Amazon Smile app to your mobile device for extra convenience! Only purchases initiated via Amazon Smile will be eligible for the 0.5% donation.
Together, with Amazon Smile, Trustar Youth Foundation can continue our efforts to help ensure that all children are entitled to reach their maximum potential, regardless of the challenges they may face in their day-to-day lives. Make Amazon Smile your new preferred Amazon partner and help launch a child’s future today!
Trustar Youth Foundation, formerly known as WashingtonFirst Youth Foundation, strongly believes that all children are entitled to reach his or her maximum potential regardless of the challenges he or she may face in their day-to-day lives.
TYF is dedicated to providing support by awarding grants and scholarships to: further the efforts of organizations dedicated to the betterment of children; fund research for the treatment and/or cure of illnesses that afflicts children; and provide tuition assistance to those in need.