Re-gifting goes from tacky to charitable.Social prudence says you can't trade in that hideous sweater Aunt Sally Aunt Sally
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NPCC National Petroleum Construction Company (Abu Dhabi, UAE) ) is among a growing number of nonprofit organizations tapping into a new program that allows donors to trade in or donate unwanted gift cards. "This program provides nonprofits a way to tap into the $5 to 10 billion in unused gift cards that accrue each year," said Michael A. Kelly, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Swapagift.com, "turning them into cash for these organizations. "With the recent launch of its Cards That Care program, the Internet company is attempting to put a philanthropic spin on the universal faux pas that is re-gifting.
And, okay, maybe you can swap the sweater or donate it to a charity, but do you really want that on your conscience?