This festive season Amazon.in ties-up with Make-A-Wish India
To bring smiles to children with a life-threatening medical condition through Amazon.in Gift Cards
In line with the festive spirit, Amazon.in, India’s largest online store has tied up with Make-A-Wish India, an NGO committed to fulfilling the wishes of children diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition (e.g. cancer) across the country. Under this association, Amazon.in will donate INR 5 to Make-A-Wish India for every Gift Card bought on its platform irrespective of the Gift Card’s denomination.
For the season, Amazon.in has special Festive Season Gift Cards. Amazon.in Gift Cards can be redeemed on all products on Amazon.in (over 2.5 crore products). Purchasing on Amazon.in using a Gift Card requires no additional verification (like other digital payment methods), allowing for a faster purchase experience. Amazon.in Gift Cards have 450+ designs across 35+ Occasions and 9 Indian Languages. Other than email gift cards, physical gift cards are also available from Amazon.in with a free carrier for occasions like Birthday, Wedding etc. as well as Festive Gifting. Some types include Greeting Card, Gift Boxes, Shagun Envelope, Bloom Boxes and Multipacks for small businesses.
Srinivas Rao, Director Payments, Amazon India said, “We are excited to associate with Make-A-Wish India which has done commendable work in fulfilling wishes of these courageous children. Amazon.in will donate INR 5 to Make-A-Wish India for every Gift Card purchased by customers on our platform. With this initiative, customers can now gift a smile to children while gifting their loved ones the choice and convenience to buy anything they love on Amazon.in.”
Deepak S Bhatia, CEO, Make-A-Wish India said, “We are extremely thankful to Amazon.in to partner with our cause, especially to all its customers who are looking to buy Amazon.in gift cards this festive season. Every year we grant at least 5000 wishes. With the generous support that this initiative will generate, we hope to have an increment in the number of wishes that we grant. Visitors on Amazon.in can now join us in our initiative of granting wishes with just a click.”
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About Make-A-Wish India
Make-A-Wish Foundation® of India is a non-profit organization established in 1996 and since then we have fulfilled over 32,000 wishes across 11 divisions in India. The Foundation is dedicated to granting the most cherished wish of children between the ages of 3 and 18 years, living with life-threatening illnesses, irrespective of their socio-economic status, caste, race or religion. It is a registered trust under Bombay Public Trust Act.