Why Not Name a Tampon After Yourself? It's for Charity

Urban Ministries of Durham and McKinney Launch 'Names for Change'

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It might be sexy to think about having a stadium named after you. But is it useful? Urban Ministries of Durham, an agency that provides food, clothing and shelter to the homeless, partners with McKinney for "Names for Change," a site that lets you "name" cans of corn, toilet paper, tampons and other unsexy but useful stuff -- all for charity. According to the site, the charity is "selling naming rights to this stuff because we want you to see how critical every item is to helping us fight homelessness."

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Nov 26, 2013
Urban Ministries of Durham
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