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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Activity Card and Casa Esperanza Launch a Winning Partnership

Activity Card (ActivityCard.com), the largest activity membership club in the U.S., with headquarters in Santa Barbara, is rolling out its first ever philanthropic partnership, to benefit nonprofit Casa Esperanza Homeless Center.


The company and non-profit are teaming up to give supporters of Casa Esperanza special access to discounts on local and California-statewide activities. Through April 7th, Activity Card is offering California memberships for half-price and giving $20 of each purchase directly to Casa Esperanza.

Participation in the fundraiser supports Casa Esperanza’s community efforts to help men and women transition from homelessness to stable housing and employment, while providing supporters with Activity Card memberships that include over 1,000 offers in California of up to 50% off every type of activity: parasailing, sunset boat rides, tennis lessons, sports tickets, and every adventure in-between. Each Activity Card purchased through the online fundraiser at https://www.activitycard.com/fundraiser/casa-esperanza costs $49, half the cost of the regular $99 membership, and one card is good for two people.

The fundraiser is the brainchild of Activity Card Marketing Director, Andy Grant, who also serves on the board of the Santa Barbara chapter of the YMCA. Grant initiated this fundraising model, “to support local non-profits while providing a high-value product that people will enjoy.” Activity Card is an international company with headquarters in Santa Barbara, and their mission is to save people money while keeping them active and healthy, and inspiring fun.

Last year alone, 292 individuals were placed in permanent or transitional housing through the work of Casa Esperanza.

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