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Myer's 'Give Registry' is a Gift Registry with a Social Good Twist

 - Aug 12, 2016
References: myer.au & adsoftheworld
In addition to having its own gift registry service, Meyer teamed up with The Salvation Army to create the 'Give Registry.' Just like an ordinary gift registry service, people are able to browse through a selection of desired items, but rather than picking out items for a newlywed couple, people have the chance to choose specifically selected items to help victims of domestic abuse.

Items in the Give Registry include pots, pans, bed sheets and assorted kitchen utensils, which can all be purchased on behalf of a woman in need. To participate, consumers need only visit a local Meyer store and make an in-store donation. From there, Meyer passes these items onto The Salvation Army, so that they can be distributed among women in need of basic household essentials.