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Newegg, Give Back Box Team Up To Give Back This Holiday Season

Newegg customers can repack their Newegg shipping boxes with donations and ship to a local charity free of charge.

Newegg announced its partnership with Give Back Box to make it easier for customers to donate to those in need this holiday season. The collaboration enables customers to repack their Newegg shipping boxes with household products they no longer need and ship them to a local charity free of charge.

“The holidays in particular are a time of great need in our communities, and we’re happy to team up with Give Back Box to give our customers an easy way to help those in need during a time of year that can be especially challenging,” said Anthony Chow, Newegg’s Global CEO in a statement.

To participate, customers visit to download and print a free Give Back Box shipping label. Customers then receive an email confirmation with instructions on how to generate a donation receipt for tax purposes. Then they simply pack gently used household items in their Newegg shipping box and arrange shipment via UPS or USPS (shipping provider is determined by customer location).

The pandemic has caused many would-be donors to put off in-person donations as they limit their routines to grocery shopping and other essential errands. Newegg’s partnership with Give Back Box gives people a contactless alternative to in-person donations, with the added benefit of reusing Newegg shipping boxes that would otherwise have been discarded or recycled.

“We are grateful to Newegg for the company’s eagerness to make a positive difference this holiday season,” said Monika Wiela, CEO and Founder of Give Back Box in a statement. “Together we want to inspire people to donate generously and make a lasting impact on the lives of those who rely on nonprofit donations to supplement their livelihood. ”

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