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This is an easy and mobile way to give and support our work in diversifying the retail industry.  You can choose a one-time or reoccurring donation.

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By Check

For donations larger than $1,000, we recommend to send via check to: Diversify Retail® Inc. 4325 1st Avenue #92, Tucker, GA, 30085.

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For every donation you make, you will receive a tax acknowledgement email receipt, along with the opportunity to create an online profile with us to view your donation history or manage your reoccurring donations.

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