Gift For Givers Program Launches to Reward Charitable Organizations for their Efforts

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Gift for Givers was created to reward organizations that give their time and effort to help make the world a better place by providing them with free gifts just to let them know that they are appreciated.

I’m all for anything that gives back to the people out there offering their time, effort, and money to help push a good cause

In an effort to recognize non-profit, charitable organizations and the individuals that operate these organizations, ExecutiveGiftShoppe has launched the “Gift for Givers” portal.

Gift for Givers was created to reward organizations that give their time and effort to help make the world a better place by providing them with free gifts just to let them know that they are appreciated.

If you know an organization (or someone who works at an organization) deserving of this token of gratitude, please send us their contact info so that we can reach out to them and let them know how we feel.

Pete Ekizian, founder of executivegiftshoppe.com, a shopping portal that specializes in executive gifts ranging from business card holders to personalized Zippo lighters, is excited to give back to the community by using his product inventory to fuel the “Gift for Givers” gifting program. “I’m all for anything that gives back to the people out there offering their time, effort, and money to help push a good cause,” said Mr. Ekizian when asked about the reason for spearheading this program.

Outreach efforts to connect with non-profit, charitable organizations will initially focus on his native state of New York, but that the program is open to any organization in the United States. In addition, individuals in nominating an organization or individual within an organization are free to do so by visiting and http://www.giftforgivers.com and filling out the submission form. Individuals are also encouraged to spread the word about the “Gift for Givers” program by sharing it via social channels like Facebook and Twitter. In fact, there is a dedicated “Gift for Givers” tab within the official ExecutiveGiftShoppe.com Facebook page .

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