NJC Announces AmazonSmile Fundraising Campaign

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RENO, Nev. – Just in time for the holiday shopping season, The National Judicial College has announced an AmazonSmile Foundation fundraising program to benefit the NJC through purchases on Amazon.

AmazonSmile allows shoppers to designate a nonprofit organization to receive 0.5 percent of their purchase of eligible items. The donation is at no cost to the shopper or the NJC.

To benefit the NJC, begin your shopping at Smile.Amazon.com and select The National Judicial College as the nonprofit of your choice. The AmazonSmile campaign for the NJC is active now. For more information on AmazonSmile, visit this link.

The NJC is a Nevada not-for-profit 501(c)(3) educational corporation.

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The National Judicial College has been the nation’s leading provider of judicial education since 1963, drawing participants from every state and from over 150 countries. The NJC offers more than 100 judicial education programs annually onsite, online, and across the nation in support of its mission: education – innovation – advancing justice. For more information, visit judges.org.

Contact:
Brady Johnson
Marketing & Communications Manager
bradyjohnson@judges.org
Office: (775) 327-8253

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