Nonprofit organizations are the fastest-growing sector of customers on [the DollarDays website]. […] Orders from nonprofits—including medical, educational and charitable institutions—are up 147% over the previous year.
“Nonprofit organizations are small businesses, and, just like any small business, nonprofit groups need to make their donations go as far as possible,” said Marc Joseph, COO of DollarDays. “When they buy their necessary supplies by the case on DollarDays, they are putting their donors’ hard-earned money to good use.”
Joseph reports that nonprofits are buying everything from office supplies and health-and-beauty products to fundraising items. Other top-selling supplies include batteries, inexpensive clothing, recognition awards and plaques, holiday greeting cards, and small electronics.
“Recently, an Oklahoma elementary school principal purchased hundreds of tennis balls from DollarDays to use on the bottom of his student’s chairs so they won’t scratch the school’s newly resurfaced wood floors,” said Joseph. “In addition to it being cost-effective, it’s incredibly innovative, and I’m thrilled we were able to help him.”
Founded in 2001, DollarDays is the leading supplier of wholesale goods for nonprofits, businesses and betterment organizations. By sourcing affordable products, backed by exceptional service and meaningful community engagement, we strive to inspire and empower our customers to accomplish their missions to improve the lives of people around the world. Recognized as the City of Phoenix Mayor’s Office “2018 Product Exporter of the Year” and Internet Retailer Magazine’s “B2B E-commerce Marketer of the Year” for 2016 and 2017, DollarDays is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information, visit www.dollardays.com.