ST. CATHARINES, Ontario – Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary (CLTS) is encouraging Lutheran Church-Canada (LCC) members to support it through online shopping at Amazon.
As students increasingly choose to shop online for textbooks, the seminary’s bookstore is not seeing as much traffic as it used to. As a result, the bookstore plans to hold mainly hard-to-get textbooks as well as second-hand books in the future. But there is also a way for the seminary to benefit from the modern online shopping trend. CLTS has created a virtual shop for both Amazon Canada and Amazon USA. When students purchase their textbooks through these Amazon “shops,” the seminary receives a financial benefit from the purchases without the student paying any more for the books.
LCC members can support the seminary in this way. Anything you buy at Amazon can benefit the seminary if you enter Amazon through the links below. This applies to books, electronics, housewares, and anything else sold on Amazon. The price doesn’t go up; it costs you nothing more. But Amazon pays a portion of the proceeds to the seminary just for the referral.
Enter Amazon through the following links in order to support the seminary through everyday shopping:
The links will be permanently available on the bookstore page of the CLTS’ website here.