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Businesses support CEF with donations through mobile app

Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) has joined eGood, a growing movement that encourages consumers to support businesses who give to worthy causes. Customers use the eGood mobile app or in-store iPad to check in and shop at eGood businesses in their area. Businesses agree to donate 3, 5 or 10 percent of eGood sales to a charitable cause. 

Local Claremont businesses hat have donated over $1000 to CEF since it partnered with eGood in the spring. While Village businesses have been the first to join, the program is open to any and all businesses that want to support CEF. Businesses that have signed on include The Bath Workshop, The Pita Pit, Last Drop Café, Amelie and Tattle Tails.

Mike Manning, owner of the Last Drop Café and an early supporter of CEF through eGood, shared his view on the importance of supporting the community.

“Giving back to the community is like sharing love with your family. It is something you willingly do with an open heart,” he said. “There is no better way to show our appreciation for our community than by sharing our success with them. It is not only our social responsibility, but what we are all about.”

Businesses interested in support CEF through eGood can contact CEF at 399-1709 or info@claremonteducationalfoundation.org or visit the CEF website at claremonteducationalfoundation.org

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