Cause Rx Introduces a Fundraising No-Brainer…
The Humane Rx Card, by Cause Rx, is an innovative way to raise money for your charitable animal organization by simply helping your community to save money on essential, and in some cases, life-saving prescription medications. By promoting your organization’s free, customized Humane Rx Card to everyone you can, you’ll help them to save up to 75% on all their prescription drug purchases. This card works for both human and pets prescriptions filled or refilled at local pharmacies, like CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Walmart, Target, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, Winn Dixie, Giant Eagle, and more. Each consumer prescription discounted, by using your specially-coded card, generates a $2 donation back to your organization!
Fundraising FAQ’s for Charitable Animal Organizations
Is there a cost to enroll in this program? No, your organization can enroll in the Humane Rx Card program, and get your customized Humane Rx Card (see sample card below) and web-page, free-of-charge.
What makes this a good fit for your organization? Today’s consumers (including your supporters) are looking for every possible way to save money, especially on essential purchases, like prescription drugs. Sadly, most of them don’t know about free prescription discount cards, and end up spending money at the pharmacy that could be better invested somewhere else, like a donation to your organization. Remember, people can’t give what they don’t have. This is fundraiser that doubles as a much-needed community service program!
This sounds too good to be true – what’s the catch? There are no catches. Pharmacies honor the Humane Rx Card to bring customers into their stores that may not otherwise get their prescriptions filled. For a more thorough explanation of the financial mechanism that allows us to do this, please see How Humane Rx Cards Work
Interested in getting more information? Please call 1-855-558-PETS (7387) or contact us.
If you’re ready to get started now, you can enroll your organization in less than five minutes.