PARAMUS, N.J. — Paramus teen Noah Schultz's senior year of high school was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, but he and a group of his classmates aren't wasting their extra time in isolation.
The group of students embarked on a mission to give back to charities and non-profit organizations impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown.
The group's CardUp software platform allows consumers to send cute, unique and customizable digital greeting cards, while donating a bit to the charity of their choice.
The program is free-of-charge for non-profits who particpate and allows them to raise funds and remain in operation through the crisis.
You can find out more information at Getcardup.com.