Bloomfield, CT (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
CabinetHardware.org Founder David Mason is offering a gift-giving opportunity for the holidays that costs nothing, and rewards the recipient with the ability to help people in crisis on a global level—without having to leave the comforts of home.
Through its charitable arm, the FlowOver project, CabinetHardware.org provides opportunities for qualifying individuals, families and organizations to apply for one of the company’s relief grants that can ultimately help build schools in Nicaragua or teacher housing in Malawi, retrofit old buses to create mobile showers for San Francisco’s homeless, help businesses rebuild after Hurricane Sandy’s destruction, or end the primary cause of infant deaths in Nepal by building indoor toilets for impoverished villagers and urban slum dwellers in Nepal.
CabinetHardware.org visitors and customers are invited to vote for those grant applications they would like to see funded, and in doing so help a worthy cause move one step closer to achieving their goal. No purchase or donation is necessary to vote, and customers who do choose to purchase products can earmark a portion of their purchase price to any of the relief causes without absorbing any cost for their donation.
CabinetHardware.org transfers 10 percent of each sale to its relief grant fund.
“We are finding that more and more people are looking for ways to help with humanitarian causes,” says Mason. "We set out to create an opportunity for anyone to contribute without a monetary obligation necessary.
“Our relief projects provide insight into people who are dealing with chaotic situations around the world, many of which have a solution for helping and even ending their plight, but the first step is raising awareness.”
The FlowOver Project is just one click away from re-discovering what the holiday season is truly about. Best of all, by voting, anyone can feel good about helping others without worrying about any added expenses in this tight economy.
For more information, visit the CabinetHardware.com website, click on the Relief Projects tab, and find out more about how to help others in real need at no cost.
http://www.CabinetHardware.org is a combination e-commerce site and crowdfunding platform founded in 2013 by entrepreneur David Mason. Ten percent of every dollar spent on the site is donated to relief efforts to help needy families rebuild their homes after a disaster, and others in crisis. Anyone with a qualifying project representative of a charitable cause can apply for one of the company’s relief grants through its charitable arm, the FlowOver project. CabinetHardware.org visitors and customers vote for those grant applications they would like to see funded. No donation is necessary to vote or to purchase products. Customers who do earmark a portion of their purchase price to a cause absorb no cost for the their donation. CabinetHardware.org transfers 10 percent of each sale to deserving causes.