Nonprofitshoppingmalll.com Features Do Something Throughout March As Its Default Beneficiary

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With Spring Break right around the corner and summer vacation not far behind, the question many young people are asking is, "What can I do with my time that is both fun and rewarding?" The answer is simple, they can find something to do at Do Something, an interactive website designed to show young people how easy it is to change the world. Commit to Do Something and join Emme by shopping at nonprofitshoppingmall.com during the month of March to support the programming goals of Do Something now.

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Do Something targets that inactivity gap. We want to create a 'do something' generation -- where more than 51% of young people are involved with community action.

With Spring Break right around the corner and summer vacation not far behind, the question many young people are asking is, "What can I do with my time that is both fun and rewarding?" The answer is simple, they can find something to do at Do Something, an interactive website designed to show young people how easy it is to change the world. Ecommerce fundraising site nonprofitshoppingmall.com offers an introduction to Do Something on their homepage, through an interview with Emme, supermodel television personality, best-selling author, lecturer, clothing designer, women's advocate and Do Something supporter. Her insightful interview is not to be missed -- it's no wonder she's received honors from publications such as People, Ladies' Home Journal, Glamour and Biography to name but a few.

The Do Something site is a place to be inspired, supported and celebrated and features volunteer options highlighting a cross-section of causes--from animal welfare to teen homelessness to discrimination, global warming, school violence and more. Their website is a community where young people learn, listen, speak, vote, volunteer, ask, and take action to make the world a better place. "83% of teenagers in America say they want to do something about the state of the world, but only 28% actively volunteer," says Do Something CEO Nancy Lublin. "Do Something targets that inactivity gap. We want to create a 'do something' generation -- where more than 51% of young people are involved with community action."

Their site is easy to navigate and allows visitors to choose their SOMETHING and learn about the issues that affect them. From there they can enter their zip code to access the nation's largest database of volunteer opportunities for teenagers. These two features are ingenious tools for both young people and parents looking for solid community service projects.

Nonprofitshoppingmall.com allows consumers to shop online for the things they would normally buy, from the brands they would normally choose, at the prices they would normally pay. The added benefit is that when a consumer purchases items through nonprofitshoppingmall.com they also make a contribution to Do Something through the month of March.

Nonprofitshoppingmall.com site visitors can choose from over 175 brand-name retailers featuring clothing and accessories, home and garden decor, travel deals, health and beauty products, pet supplies, action sports gear and more. Retailers include Target, Amazon, Macys, Urban Outfitters, Aeropostale, Staples, PetCo and many others, including a wide range of green and eco-friendly merchants.
Find your something, Do Something and help support their goal by shopping through nonprofitshoppingmall.com while turning everyday shopping into everyday giving - everyday.

About nonprofitshoppingmall.com
Nonprofitshoppingmall.com (http://www.nonprofitshoppingmall.com) allows consumers to shop online for the things they would normally buy, from the brands they would normally choose, at the prices they would normally pay. Shoppers make a donation to charitable organizations with just one click, giving rise to a powerful yet subtle fundraising tool. Nonprofitshoppingmall.com, an E-commerce site where shopping is good for you and everyone else.

About Do Something
Do Something (http://www.dosomething.org) believes young people have the power to make a difference. It is their aim to inspire, support and celebrate a generation of do-ers: people who see the need to do something, believe in their ability to get it done, and then take action.

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