e-BusinessExpress.com Offers Store Owners an Easy Solution to Collect Donations to Help the Red Cross Support the Victims of Hurricane Sandy
e-Business Express has developed a module that will easily allow online merchants to accept donations through their online store.
Twinsburg, Ohio (PRWEB) November 02, 2012
The damage from Hurricane Sandy has left many people homeless, powerless, and in need of help. As the busy holiday season gets under way, many online store owners would like to help, but there hasn't been an easy way to quickly begin accepting online donations for the cause.
e-Business Express, an ecommerce web development company, has developed a module to allow all Miva Merchant Store owners to accept relief donations in the name of the American Red Cross Disaster Relief.
An idea, which originally started from a member of the internet retailer Colman & Company, a Miva Merchant Store owner, was to match any donations their website shoppers may make at checkout to the Red Cross.
From this idea, e-Business Express has developed a module that will easily allow online merchants to accept donations through their online store. "This module is easy to install and will enable Miva Merchant store owners to quickly begin accepting shopper donations for those in need after Hurricane Sandy," says Company President Greg McNeil.
The module is available for free by visiting http://www.mvmonster.com. After a quick install, store owners will be able to place a small line of code anywhere on their site that they want to offer the option of supporting the American Red Cross Disaster Relief. Donations will be accepted from $1 up to any desired amount and allow the user to leave a personalized message as well.
Note: This module does not automatically submit donation payments to American Red Cross Disaster Relief. The merchant is responsible for delivering their customer's donations to American Red Cross Disaster Relief. You may make a donation payment online by visiting http://www.redcross.org/hurricane-sandy
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