Who Chains You Publishing Makes Our Books Available to Animal Nonprofits and Independent Bookstores at Wholesale Pricing
We know what it's like to run a nonprofit and always be searching for new and creative ways to raise money. Our nonprofit and indie bookstore wholesale program is perfect to help you both fundraise AND educate about animal issues at the same time. You are welcome to sell our paperbacks on your website, social media sites, at booths, as well as at any other fundraising opportunities. You can easily charge $10-$15 per book, giving you a profit margin of $3.50-$8.50 per book. Most of our books sell online at $12.79-$13.97 per book.
We offer wholesale pricing of only $6.50 per book (with FREE Shipping—U.S. ONLY, please contact us for shipping to other countries), mix and match, to nonprofits and independent bookstores—and every book is available for the program. There is a 10 book minimum order for this program, after that the sky's the limit! In addition, orders of 50 or more books get a further discount of $6.25 per book.
Do you represent a nonprofit, or is your nonprofit outside the U.S.? If you have questions or special needs, or would like to ask about other wholesale opportunities, email us at email@example.com for more information.
Otherwise, you can pay through our PayPal button, below, and then place your order through the order form. If you'd like to pay with a check, fill out the attached form and mail to: Who Chains You, P.O. Box 581, Amissville, VA 20106. (For bulk Happy Dog Coloring Book orders, visit our page.)
In addition, Who Chains You Publishing pledges to support charity efforts for animals with a year-end donation. For 2020, we will donate a portion of our proceeds to those charities who participate in our Nonprofit Wholesale Program with the purchase of 30 books or more throughout the year. For those in the animal nonprofit community this is an added bonus, as our books make great fundraising and educational tools for those speaking out for the animals. All purchases throughout the year count toward the 30-book total, and all eligible organizations will share in the year-end donation pot.