Zazzle at Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp


This past weekend was The Craigslist Foundation’s Boot Camp to teach excited world-changers how to create a non-profit successfully. To do our part, Zazzle helped sponsor the event, and we had tables set up where we explained how the Zazzle platform can help charities and non-profits generate awareness and revenue for their programs with no cost! Everyone was really receptive to Zazzle’s Giving program, and loved the formal presentation done by co-founders Bobby and Jeff Beaver. Check out the team at Boot Camp!

Zazzle at Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp

If you have a charity or non-profit organization and want to learn about how to leverage the free Zazzle platform to grow your cause, visit our Zazzle Giving Section.

Also, if you want to get some awesome Craigslist t-shirts to help support the cause, you should check out Zazzle’s Craigslist Gallery for all your Craigslist mugs, Craigslist hats, Craigslist mousepads and more.

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See more Craigslist bumperstickers, Craigslist postage and more at Zazzle.


3 Responses to “Zazzle at Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp”

  1. Eugene Says:

    looking forward for more information about this. thanks for sharing. Eugene

  2. NADIRA Says:

    neat, and congrat.

  3. Mike Says:

    I’d like to point out, for the record, that I actually filled in for Bobby on the presentation. And that I blew the audience away with my description and explanation of the complicated technology behind such features as model realviews, custom shoes, embroidery, and other really complicated nerdy stuff. Computational photography and color/luminescence distribution. I was all over it. Dot-com backslash!!!

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