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Seasons Giving With a Capital One Credit Card

  By Steven Gibbs December 1, 2009


Capital One Charity Credit CardWith the season of giving upon us, there are so many things that we can do to help those of us that are less fortunate. Traditionally many people find ways to give back by volunteering in the community or by giving small donations to charities that they feel need the most help. To help make giving easier, Capital One cardholders have the ability to search for the charity that is right for them by way of the No Hassle Giving Program.


With Capital One there are two main ways cardholders can give to those less fortunate. Cardholders can use their reward points that they have earned for the donations, or give by charging their credit card (charging earns reward points on the transaction). As for the amount giving to charities, Capital One covers all of the online transaction costs making sure that non-profits get 100 percent of the contribution cardholders send.


Only a year old, this program has done wonders as the No Hassle Giving Site has generated more than $1 million in charitable gifts. According to Capital One the two goals of the No Hassle Giving Site are to generate dollars for charities and non profit organizations and to make sure that those dollars go as far as they can. As with any charitable giving Cardholders can set up online donations the way they want, whether it is a one-time only or a recurring donation.


Learn more and give to the charity of your choice by going to


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