These shopping sites, apps and rewards programs offer easy ways to help Setting Scoliosis Straight. Many of them are turnkey and effortless.
The funds that you raise helps us provide new technology, and innovative treatments to care for adolescents with a spinal deformities!
Other Ways To Give
Donate your spare change with the Coin-Up App! Select Setting Scoliosis Straight, link your bank card and set a monthly limit. Watch spare change from everyday purchases make a big change for children with spinal deformities.
Support Setting Scoliosis Straight by doing your online shopping at Amazon Smile, which offers the same products, pricing, and shipping as Amazon.com with the added benefit of donating up to $0.05 for every dollar you spend to Setting Scoliosis Straight.
Support Setting Scoliosis Straight by selling or shopping at eBay for Charity. eBay for Charity is one of the world’s largest and most active fundraising platforms, partner up with us today to help us reach our fundraising goals.
Our partner, funds2orgs, is the leading shoe drive fundraising company in North America. When you collect gently worn, used, and new shoes, you eliminate all out-of-pocket costs, and you get everything you need to hold a shoe drive fundraiser.
You can purchase SSSF swag through our partnership with Spreadshirt. Spreadshirt offers a variety of products: t-shirts, sweatshirts, sportswear, mugs /drinkware, tote bags/backpacks and more. A portion of your purchase will benefit Setting Scoliosis Straight.
WHY Support Setting Scoliosis Straight?
The Setting Scoliosis Straight Foundation, formally known as Harms Study Group Foundation, is a not-for-profit charitable foundation that was established in 2008. Its purpose is to conduct fundraising efforts in support of the Harms Study Group, with a goal to further support and advance techniques in the treatment of spinal deformities in children and adolescents. Through patient family education, physician education, and multi-center clinical research, we provide the latest advances in spinal deformity treatment and surgical techniques.