Samaritan Fundraising Takes Strides to Further Eliminate Fundraising Risk

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Samaritan Fundraising announces new returns policy, which allows fundraising groups to return 100 percent of their unsold fundraising product.

Samaritan Fundraising, the nation’s leading Christian fundraising company specializing in the fundraising needs of Christian organizations, has recently announced a big change in their returns policy. Starting November 1, customers will be allowed to return 100 percent of their unsold purchased Samaritan Cards. The new returns policy will not affect current pricing of the Samaritan Card fundraising program and will not increase costs to customers.

“We’re always looking for new ways to improve our customers’ fundraising experience,” said Tom Freiling, founder and vice president of Samaritan Fundraising. “We understand fundraising can be hard, so by eliminating more of the risk associated with fundraising, we’re hoping to alleviate any stresses and streamline the fundraising process even further.”

Samaritan Fundraising has been a staple in the fundraising products industry since its inception in 2009. Their best-selling fundraising product, the Samaritan Card, has resonated well within the Christian community due largely to its ease of use and high profit margin for Christian fundraising groups.

Since January, Samaritan Fundraising has sold over 177,000 Samaritan Cards, making the Samaritan Card one of the nation’s most successful discount card fundraisers.

About Samaritan Fundraising:
Samaritan Fundraising is a national fundraising products company dedicated to providing churches, schools, youth groups, and non-profit organizations with innovative fundraising products to help them reach their fundraising goal.

Bought by Salem Communications in September 2010, Samaritan Fundraising has become a trusted fundraising leader among local and national faith-based groups.

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