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Our primary focus is to collect any partially used or unused gift cards to create valuable resources for our local community outreach programs. Please have a look in your wallet or junk drawer for any gift cards you won’t use. We accept any card, of any value – it’s that simple. re:give seeks to create the most effortless donation system for our donors, and we will take on the tasks of verifying the amount on the card and consolidating multiple cards with the appropriate vendor. 

 

re:give has minimal overhead costs as we operate on a voluntary basis so our costs are reduced to reloading uncommon gift cards, postal and shipping services, marketing, recycling, community outreach and minimal costs to maintain our online presence. In order to sustain our operations we are seeking monetary donors. re:give considers our donors a vital relationship and we are open to discuss any opportunities to collaborate with any individual or corporate donor to ensure that we are contributing meaningfully in each relationship. Corporate donors will be highlighted on our website and social media. re:give is not able to provide tax receipts for monetary donations at this time but we are eagerly seeking tax-exemption status, and will update this section as soon as we are able. 

Donate your Gift Cards

Got any old or partially used gift cards lying around? re:give has made it as effortless as possible for you to better your community, by simply donating your partially used gift cards! We accept gift cards with any remaining balance (yes, even if it’s only $0.05!).

When you donate to re:give, you know exactly how the money on your gift card is being used, and can be confident you are bettering your community in a way that aligns with your values. In addition to consolidating, reloading, and responsibly redistributing your donations, re:give also ensures all gift cards are being recycled.

Mail in your gift cards to the address below, or fill out the form below to organize a pickup to become a part of re:give’s movement to “Give What You Got”, and elicit positive social and environmental change within your city.      

73014 2555 Woodview Drive S.W. T2W 6E4, Calgary, AB.

Fill out this form to organize a pickup for 20 cards or more. The re:give team will reply to your email within one business day, confirming a pickup date based on your three submissions. 

Feel free to leave your donations in your mailbox or under your welcome mat- just be sure to let us know where they will be when you fill out the form!

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Fill out this form to organize a pickup for 20 cards or more. The re:give team will reply to your email within one business day, confirming a pickup date based on your three submissions. 

Feel free to leave your donations in your mailbox or under your welcome mat- just be sure to let us know where they will be when you fill out the form!

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Sarah is a self-professed busy bee. Currently she is working as an HR Manager at a Financial Planning & Investment Management Firm, while studying towards a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management at the University of Regina. She is focused on employee communications, establishing and supporting strategic HR direction, developing change management plans and everything in between. Sarah hopes to use her communication experience with content strategy and development to maximize re:give’s community outreach and engagement. In her spare time, Sarah is an avid travel enthusiast, cat mom and newly avid golfer.

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Tyrone is a technology enthusiast in every sense of the word.  Tyrone works with client’s day-in and day-out on solving industrial automation solutions as Regional Sales Manager at WAGO.  In his spare time he has helped numerous startups with their technology and automation focused goals, from equipment startup and implementation to IT and backend support.  Tyrone’s community-focused goals are to help younger generations foster an entrepreneurial mindset and help instill the values required for personal success in both career and life.

 

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Growing up in Toronto, Megan recently moved to Calgary in 2019 and currently works as a Strategy Analyst for ATB Financial. Megan is dedicated to contributing to the pursuit of elevating innovation in today’s financial environment. She joins us from Toronto where she graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Guelph’s Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics. In Megan’s spare time, she enjoys skiing, horse-back riding, and spending time with her dog, Stella.

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Jenna is a born and raised Calgarian who currently works in Pediatric Oncology Research at the Alberta Children’s Hospital. Jenna was a founding member of a not for profit, Outrun the Stigma, founded in 2013 when she was an undergraduate student at the University of Calgary. Outrun the Stigma was the first and largest mental health awareness run in Western Canada and has raised over $173,000 for mental health organizations in Calgary between chapters in Calgary and Edmonton. Jenna prides herself in her attention to detail, being a reliable leader, and enjoying the more “behind the scenes” work like understanding and creating various applicable policies and procedures and monitoring for compliance. She recently graduated from a Master’s of Science in Law from Northwestern University which gave her a unique understanding of law and regulatory frameworks that has been an incredible asset to the development of re:give.

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Andrea is an aviation enthusiast, and gender advocate. Her tandem pursuit of a commercial pilots license and a gender studies degree has provided her a large community network, which has allowed her to build relationships with professionals from a variety of sectors. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Canadian Club of Calgary, and her ability to build valuable relationships, as well as her marketing skills, have provided her the opportunity to sit on the communications and membership committee. Andrea strives to be an innovative problem solver, and enjoys exercising her skills as an effective leader and communicator. Andrea hopes to pair her experience, education, and tenacity to work towards diversity and inclusivity within the nonprofit sector and beyond.