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SHOP.

SAVE.

GIVE.

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Save 20%

At More Than 500 Retailers and Restaurants

From October 28th through November 6th

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Give hope for a healthier tomorrow for millions in need.

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What is Care Card?

The Board of Visitors (BOV) Care Card program is Arizona’s largest retail fundraiser. Your Care Card purchase supports non-profits in the greater Phoenix area that serve the healthcare needs of women, children and the elderly.

When is Care Card?

October 28 – November 6, 2016. That’s two weekends to SHOP. SAVE. GIVE.

How does Care Card work for shoppers?

Purchase a Care Card for $60 online, from a BOV member, or at participating retailers. Cards purchased online will be mailed weekly.

Shop at more than 500 participating retailers. Participants are listed in the Care Card booklet and online.

Save 20% on purchases made October 28 – November 6, 2016. Some exclusions apply; see Care Card Etiquette and participant list for details.

GIVE to Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Developmental Pediatrics Program by participating in the Care Card program.
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How do retailers join the Care Card program?

Visit the Become a Retailer section of the website. Thousands of shoppers purchase Care Cards each year – a great boost to your retail sales!

Are sponsorship opportunities available?

We rely on the generosity of corporate sponsors to share The BOV Care Card program with the community. Please visit the Sponsorship Opportunities section of the website for more information.

Thank You

Thank you for giving hope for a healthier tomorrow to millions of women, children and the elderly.

Since 2000, your support has raised millions for charities in the greater Phoenix community.

For information on The Board of Visitors grant process, please visit the Grants section of the website.

2016 Care Card Chair – Lynne Jackson

Save 20% With A Care Card

It Is With Heartfelt Gratitude That We Thank Our Care Card Sponsors

Since 1908, The Board of Visitors has granted millions to serve the healthcare needs of the greater Phoenix community.