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Purchase with Purpose and make a difference when you shop at Club 21

Every swipe you make with your MasterCard at Club 21 stores helps Shelter Home

By Andrea Tim | Published: 9 Jul 2014

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Purchase with Purpose turns your shopping experience into something even more meaningful this Autumn/Winter. Whenever you shop at a Club 21 store or online in August and September 2014, you could help support underprivileged children by paying with your MasterCard.

For every transaction charged, US$10 will be donated by MasterCard in aid of Shelter Home, which aims to better the lives of abused, abandoned, or at-risk children.

The welfare organisation, founded in 1981 focuses on helping children who have not been given access to education, due to domestic stress, poverty, or neglect.

Just think, it only takes a swipe when you shop with your MasterCard at Club 21 this August and September, for Shelter Home to have a greater chance of helping more children in need.


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