Just as it did last year, Apple will be making donations to the National Parks Foundation when you use Apple Pay to make a purchase from the Apple Store – whether it’s in a retail store, online or through the app …
From August 24 through 31, Apple is donating $1 to the National Park Foundation for every purchase made with Apple Pay at any Apple Store, on apple.com or through the Apple Store app in the US.
“America’s national parks are treasures everyone should experience, and we’re proud to support them again this month by donating a dollar for every purchase made with Apple Pay at one of our stores,” said Apple’s CEO Tim Cook. “These awe-inspiring places are our national inheritance, and Apple is doing our part to pass them on to future generations — just as extraordinary, beautiful and wild as we found them.”
The company is also offering a new Activity Challenge for Apple Watch customers on September 1, to celebrate Redwood National Park’s 50th anniversary.
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