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Looking for a new and simple way to give? Omaha businesses will donate to College Possible when shoppers use TAGG mobile app

Together a Greater Good – TAGG – is a convenient way for people in the Omaha metro to raise money for local cause College Possible. Simply download the free TAGG mobile app, choose a cause you care about, such as College Possible, to support and submit a photo of your receipt within 7 days.

There are more than 200 Omaha businesses participating in TAGG. These businesses will donate a portion, standard 5 percent, of each purchase to the local nonprofit of your choice such as College Possible.

Hy-Vee is now a participating business. Others include: Aksarben Cinema, Big Fred’s Pizza, The Bookworm, Dairy Queen, DJ’s Dugout, Dunkin Donuts, Flagship Commons, Jimmy Johns and more. For a complete list, go here.

TAGG was co-founded by Nebraskans Leslie Fischer and Holly Baker to connect and benefit people, businesses and nonprofits. Check out these 3 things to know about TAGG:

  1. It’s quick and easy to use. All you do is download the mobile app using aniPhone or Android device, take a picture of your receipt and select College Possible or another local cause to help raise funds. You can also scan the cashier’s QR code.
  2. Donating is free. Since the businesses make the donation, you can do your part to raise money without spending anything additional than you do buying groceries, for example.
  3. You don’t need to use a credit card. TAGG doesn’t require use of any credit cards or financial information, making it risk free and safe for shoppers of all ages. You can also share your donations with family and friends on social media to let them know you’re contributing to your community. For more, go to togetheragreatergood.com.
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