Starting today, CashorTrade.org will host a week-long event in which the ticketing platform will donate 50% of Gold Membership cost to charity. The Strangers Helping Strangers benefit campaign runs through November 15. Proceeds will support the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelter in Burlington, Vermont. Chittenden serves up to 2,600 families in the area during the holiday season.
The Burlington-based tech startup, CashorTrade is excited to give back to the community that has already given them so much. “Whether it be tickets to a show, or food on the table, CashorTrade is honored to be apart of this great mission and to do what we can to provide those in need with a tasty meal over the holidays,” said CEO Brando Rich.
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