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By donating, you and/or your organization support a variety of programs which provide direct, immediate and greatly needed help to problem gamblers and their families throughout California.










To Make a Donation by Mail:
Download and print a CCPG Supporters Form. Donations may be made by Check or Money Order payable to the California Council on Problem Gambling.

Mail your completed form with payment to:

California Council on Problem Gambling
41743 Enterprise Circle N. STE 202
Temecula, CA, 92590

All donations are tax deductible. A receipt for your charitable contribution will be sent to the mailing address you provided.

Other Ways to Support Us:
1. If you are a customer of Amazon.com, you can sign up for a program called AmazonSmile – at no cost to you! – and then, by going to smile.amazon.com to make buy klonopin in canada your regular purchases, CCPG will receive an annual donation from Amazon equivalent to 0.5% of your qualified purchases. The following link permits you to sign up (it’s very easy!) and learn about the program:

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2. Do you shop at Ralph’s Grocery Stores? Ralph’s will contribute a percentage of all of your grocery purchases to CCPG if you register for the Ralph’s Community Contribution Program, and select CCPG as your beneficiary. To sign up, go to www.ralphs.com (you’ll need your rewards card number), register for an account, log in, and scroll down the page to “community rewards.” Follow the prompts in that section, and select us by name (“California Council on Problem Gambling”).

3. Do you do a lot of online shopping, and not only with Amazon? iGive.com has agreements with around 2,000 internet retailers to contribute a percentage of each sale to the California Council on Problem Gambling. It’s super easy to set up! Just register for an account (http://www.igive.com/welcome/lp15/wr34.cfm?c=71925&m=1052788), install a small extension into your browser, and know that you are supporting us every time you shop online!

All of us here at the California Council on Problem Gambling, sincerely thank you for your support – without which, none of what we do would be possible!

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