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Debit rewards program buys 13,000 meals for hunger relief
ONTARIO, Calif. (7/3/14)--The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues reported more than 13,000 meals have been donated through its card reward partnership with MOGL.
 
Thirteen credit unions with more than 87,000 member payment cards are enrolled in the program, and another five are in the queue ( In the News June 30).
 
Members receive 10% cash back every time they use a registered credit or debit card at one of MOGL's participating restaurants.
 
Diners can choose to donate some or all of their cashback reward to a local food bank.
 
And, for every dining transaction that is more than $20, a meal will be donated to a community food bank via Feeding America.
 
Because it is tied to a debit or credit card, the rewards program does not require coupons, punch cards or check-ins.
 
Including all of its partnerships, MOGL has donated 761,702 meals through its program.


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