Gift cards can really make a difference for someone on the brink, and millions of Americans have spare gift cards lying around that they will never use. When I learned that over $3 billion in gift cards are lost or expire every year, it became my mission to get those gift cards into the hands of people who need some extra support to get by.
That’s where you come in! You can easily donate gift cards in less than 90 seconds on the Gift Card Bank site. We accept all kinds of gift cards, from major retailers and brands to local restaurants. With our national distribution network, we’ll be able to find someone deserving who would be deeply appreciative to receive the support.
After a summer of refining our technology and completing successful pilots with top tier corporate partners like Kroger and Albertsons, innovative food banks, and world class fintech companies, we are scaling up quickly. We have raised $6,000,000 in gift card value so far, and you can help us reach more people by using your gift cards for good today.
Khalil Fuller is the Founder and CEO of Gift Card Bank, a nonprofit that aggregates gift cards for essentials and distributes them to families hit hardest by the COVID pandemic. Previously, Khalil was Co-Founder and CEO of Learn Fresh, which offers STEM educational programming nationwide and has reached over 350,000 students through their NBA Math Hoops program.
He graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Social Innovation, and Stanford University with an MBA and Master’s in Education. At Brown, Khalil was a QuestBridge Scholar, African American National Merit Scholar, Social Innovation Fellow, and Captain of the Club Ice Hockey team. At Stanford he was a Knight-Hennessy Scholar and received the Miller Social Change Leadership Award.
Khalil was selected to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for Social Entrepreneurs, was the youngest Echoing Green Fellow in their 30-year history, and won the Westly Prize for young innovators in California. Khalil lives in the Bay Area, and spends his weekends adventuring outdoors; he and his wife Hadley enjoy backpacking, riding motorcycles, cycling, and skiing.