Valuable new resource for important U.S demographic goes “green” and delivers digitally with unique fundraising opportunity for charities
Tampa Bay, FL – GRAND Magazine, the four-year-old magazine for the 70 plus million U.S. grandparent market is now as close as the nearest computer.
Effective with the September/October 2008 issue featuring best-selling author Nora Roberts, GRAND is delivered exclusively in digital format. “GRANDparents around the world will now have instant access to GRAND Magazine delivered directly to their inbox complete with all the benefits of Web 2.0. They can enjoy these exciting features while helping to save trees, oil and the environment.” says Christine Crosby, founder and publisher (and grandmother).
Annual subscriptions to the bi-monthly E-GRAND Magazine are available for $5.99 and include the bi-weekly newsletter, GRAND World which comes chock full of information and entertainment for grands and grandkids.
E-GRAND will be an online fundraising tool for qualified non-profit organizations. According to Jonathan Micocci, president of GRAND Media, “The current economic crisis is hurting providers of critical services for children and others in need. GRAND offers a simple fundraising program to supplement these budgets.”
Brigitte Castellano, President of the National Committee of Grandparents for Children’s Rights (NCGCR) declared her support for this innovative fundraising opportunity and stated that she will share this news with her network of kinship caregivers. Over six million American children are being raised full time by grandparents.
GRAND Media, LLC, a four-year-old media company, publishes E-GRAND Magazine, an online magazine for today’s active grandparents, GRAND World the online newsletter and www.grandmagazine.com.