Amazon Smile Discontinued, but You Can Still Help NSS via Amazon

Amazon helps NSS

Help NSS when you shop Amazon – at no additional cost to you.

Amazon Smile is discontinued in February, but you can still help NSS via Amazon in a similar manner.

Just use the NSS Amazon link in the logo below. Bookmark this link and every time you use it, NSS gets a small part of the proceeds from any purchase you make, at no cost to you.

If you enter with this link, anything you purchase in that session will help NSS. You can also use our Book Review links to Amazon to go directly to that book on Amazon (anything you purchase in that same session will also help NSS).


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