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1. Shop AMWA Merchandise

2. Shop MORE AMWA Merchandise at the AMWA Square Store

3. Shop AMWA’s Amazon Affiliates Store and support AMWA

4. Shop Sewn for Good Scarves and support AMWA

5. Support AMWA through E-Scrip while you shop

Help make your grocery shopping support Women in Medicine

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  3. Once logged in, you can access account management from Escrip and see your Escrip earnings and purchases working for AMWA. It’s that easy!

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8. Shop Tastes of Aloha and get 25% off with a donation back to AMWA on all purchases. Code: AMWA25

9. Support AMWA by Donating!

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The gift of AMWA merchandise with additional offerings at the AMWA Square Store

Shop Amazon Smile and donate proceeds to AMWA

AmazonSmile offers all of the same items, prices, and benefits of its sister website,, with the benefit that it contributes 0.5 percent of eligible purchases to the charity of your choice. AmazonSmile is very simple to use—all you need is an Amazon account.

  1. Visit
  2. Sign in with your credentials
  3. Choose a charitable organization to receive donations, or search for the charity of your choice
  4. Start shopping!
  5. Bookmark to make it even easier to return and shop!

Shop AMWA’s Amazon Affiliates Store and support AMWA

Shop Sewn for Good Scarves and support AMWA

Shop Formosa Chocolates – Satisfy your sweet tooth and support a woman-led start-up!

Shop Fiction – Get 10% off The Unlocked Path with code AMWA – and a portion of sales will go to AMWA!

Historical novel The Unlocked Path by Janis Robinson Daly follows a “New Woman” of the late 19th and early 20th century as she enters medical school and charts a new life course. Learn more.