Pacific Barcode and Nationwide Barcode – Barcodes and Labels for Non Profits

charity_barcodeIn today’s economy, charities and non-profits are having to do more and more with less and less financial support.

Pacific Barcode and Nationwide Barcode have teamed up to make fundraising easier. Many non-profits are coming up with all sorts of fundraising programs including the sale of calendars or CDs, retail items, retail fund-raising drives, magazines, etc…. all requiring a UPC barcode. Then, once they get their barcode, they have labeling requirements.

To demonstrate our support for United States based charities, Nationwide Barcode will donate up to 5 UPC barcodes to any bona fide charitable organization. The gift will be in the form of a discount code allowing you to order up to 5 UPCs or apply this to the purchase of a larger quantity. Pacific Barcode will provide a coupon code good for 20% off your first order of preprinted black & white or color labels.

Fill out the form below and we will send you your coupon codes.

1. You must be a U.S. based charitable giving organization with limited funds.
2. You must have a valid 501(c)3 tax-exempt status – You must upload a copy.
3. We ask (not a requirement) that you add a link to us from your website.

This program is managed by Nationwide Barcode. Your email for your UPCs and Pacific Barcode coupon codes will come from info@nationwidebarcode.com and usage of barcodes from Nationwide Barcode is subject to Nationwide Barcode’s terms and conditions.

About Nationwide Barcode: www.nationwidebarcode.com – Nationwide Barcode provides UPC and EAN barcodes to all size business in the United States, Canada and throughout the world. 680 Digital Inc., headquartered in Issaquah, Washington is the parent company for Nationwide Barcode.

About Pacific Barcode, Inc.  www.pacificbarcode.com – Pacific Barcode Inc. is a label converter, label printing company and Value Added Reseller of Color and Thermal Label Printers including supplies and service.

 

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