Shutterfly Brings Joy and Gives More than $750,000 in Donations to Help Communities Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Shutterfly Inc., the leading retailer and manufacturing platform dedicated to helping capture, preserve, and share life’s important moments, today announced its efforts to bring joy and much-needed resources to communities across America through its Shutterfly For Good platform. Visit to learn more.

“Our business is built on connecting people and creating more from life’s moments; and in these challenging times, that is more important than ever,” said Jim Hilt, Shutterfly president. “It’s been incredible to see how communities around the globe are coming together to lift one another up. At Shutterfly, we believe we have a responsibility to help amplify these efforts and shine a light on the good in the world, today and every day. We’re very happy to have a platform to do that through Shutterfly For Good.”

Donating to Organizations Supporting Those in Need
To date, Shutterfly has donated more than $750,000 to organizations nationwide that are helping communities most in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Shutterfly has donated $495,000 to multiple organizations such as those supporting the manufacturing and distribution of personal protective equipment, food-related charities, healthcare and more via its partnership with The Ellen Show; and $225,000 to distribute diapers, formula, baby food, shampoo, soap and more to the most vulnerable families in America via its partnership with Baby2Baby. Shutterfly is also donating $20,000 directly to Feeding America’s national response fund to help support the organization’s mission to feed people facing hunger and food insecurity.

Supporting America’s PPE Supply Chain
Shutterfly is now producing American-made cloth face masks to help supplement the nationwide shortage of personal protective equipment among healthcare workers and the public. The company is partnering with Feeding America to offer a Buy1Give1 promotion. For every purchase of a single or 4-pack of face masks, Shutterfly will donate the equivalent amount of face masks to local Feeding America food banks up until August 30, 2020. Snapfish, which joined the Shutterfly Inc. family of brands in January, is also producing fully customizable cloth face masks, alongside ready-made versions honoring our front-line workers and more lighthearted designs.
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