As a business professional I work with many non-profit 501 (c) 3 organizations and volunteer groups. They are always looking for ways to get more funds and donations for their very worthwhile causes.
Often hearing of their tireless efforts I searched for a way to help. Watkins offers just such a way with their Non-Profit program—a really great way for you and your organization to fundraise. It is one of the reasons I became an Independent Watkins Associate—I like the idea of everyone being able to “work together” and find funding solutions for common causes, especially in these hard economic times--
Here are some of the details—
Nonprofit organizations receive a free website where supporters can visit, read about the organization’s goals and activities, and support those goals with purchases of Watkins products. Your organization’s free website links directly to the Watkins’ online catalog giving your supporters access to over 350 Watkins products. With name recognition spanning over 140 years, these quality products basically sell themselves.
All sales generated through your site will benefit your organization. Non-profits earn between 16% - 30% of all resulting sales of Watkins products.
This program can provide a steady stream of income once your supporters begin using Watkins products. Because all set-up and monthly maintenance fees are waived for a nonprofit organization, there is absolutely no-risk. After the first full year, organizations pay a yearly renewal fee of $30.00 to continue with Watkins Incorporated.
It’s easy to get started helping your group, just visit:
and then click on Join Us on the left hand side.
When the page opens click on As a Non-Profit Organization.
Good luck to your organization and let me know how it’s going from time to time at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me if I can be of any assistance.
Here’s to “working together”
The statements made and opinions expressed on this page are those of Sherry Martinez, Independent Watkins Associate #390282 who is the publisher of this document, and are not to be construed as the statements or opinions of Watkins Incorporated. All rights reserved.