Amazon Affiliate Pledges 30% of Profits to Childrens' Charities

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An Amazon Affiliate, Simon Bennett-Oflum and his partners, have dedicated 30% of the commissions from their websites that are indexed to to charities that are dedicated to child health care. Bennett-Odlum''s step son is awaiting his sixith open heart surgery.

An Amazon affiliate, Simon Bennett-Odlum and his partners, have dedicated 30% of the commissions from their websites that are indexed to, to charities that are dedicated to child health care. Bennett-Odlum has first hand experience regarding the suffering of disabled kids: a step son who is patiently waiting for yet another open heart surgery, his seventh, to reverse an earlier procedure that has caused life threatening side effects. Following this iminent surgery, he will be placed on the list for a heart/liver transplant at Emory Hospital, Atlanta, GA.

The stepson, now 27, and married with two young sons, was first operated upon when he was just two days old. Surgeries followed every few years, until now.

BY shopping at, people who are shopping for christmas gifts for their kids, as well as everyone else, both family and friends, will be able to enjoy the whole Amazon experience, with all the usual Amazon benefits, such as incryption of all personal data, including credit/debit card details, for complete personal identity protection. Shoppers will also enjoy all of the usual Amazon discounts, along with very fast delivery, the Amazon return policy, Amazon gift wrapping if desired, and so forth.

The beauty of shopping through these sites is that it is so wonderfully convenient and cost effective. Just imagine sitting comfortably at home, away from the frenzied activity created by shoppers competing with you for the stuff that you also want. A click here, a click there, and ...Presto! The next thing that you know, your shopping is done, and a very few days later, it will be delivered to your front door. Just like that, no muss, no fuss.

They pledge 20% of their net profits, after basic expenses, to St. Judes Children's Hospital, chosen because St. Judes cares for kids from all over America, and another 10% to the Brain Tumor Foundation for Children. Internal salaries will be paid AFTER the charities get their share, not before.

They pledge full disclosure of their accounts, their books will be open to review at any time. While they are a start up enterprise, they are definitely not looking to get rich. Instead, their commitment is to helping others. They look forwards to becoming substantial donors to these charities as their business grows.

They wish a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone, and particularly for children of all ages, everywhere. That includes you!

For more information, contact Simon Bennett-Odlum at:

mrwaxit1(at)yahoo(dot)com, or 404-483-1714


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