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Introducing Give It Back

Raise money for Your Organization

NMA’s Give It Back program presents an unmatched opportunity for your members and friends to support the local community and raise much-needed funds for your organization without sales, canvassing or out-of-pocket costs.

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Contact NMA with the name of a business that you think could benefit by saving money with National Merchants Association’s cost-effective payment processing.
Participating is free, easy and there’s no obligation!



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Refer a business owner from your organization, community or donor pool to NMA for a complimentary processing cost analysis

For each merchant processing statement NMA receives from your Give It Back referrals, NMA will donate $100 to your organization

For every merchant referral that partners with NMA for payment processing as a result of the event, we’ll donate an additional $500 to your nonprofit


By participating in Give It Back, you are partnering with NMA for a no-cost fundraiser that benefits you and your organization directly – while simultaneously empowering local businesses and providing the resources they need to save money.

*No Purchase Necessary; Signing Up with NMA Merchant Processing Not Necessary

Who is National Merchants Association?

National Merchants Association (NMA) – a trusted merchant services and community partner/advocate since 2004 – understands the challenges of keeping up with the financial demands of your nonprofit, especially with restricted funds, and has developed Give It Back to help!

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Why Give-It-Back?

  • Generate hundreds or even thousands of dollars in charitable donations at no cost to you or your business

  • Give It Back is open to active nonprofit organizations throughout the greater Temecula Valley, and boasts a number of unique fundraising opportunities for participants.

  • Save money on payments processing