Monday, February 13, 2006

Click to donate.

If you click the icons at the bottom of the sideview, you will find lots of usage statistics about So what can I do. For example, earlier today, someone found So what can I do while google searching the phrase "how can i help the poor as a christian while i have so little resources?". Regular readers know that this blog is full of answers to that question. Here's just one:

Click to donate sites may constitute the fastest, easiest, most inexpensive, way ever to make a charitable contribution. Here's how they work: Advertisers on the sites make a charitable donation based on the number of clicks, which represent people who've seen their ads. More people clicking, means more viewers, means more money to support your favorite causes. To have the greatest impact, you should click every day. I do, as soon as I turn on my computer. It's a habit now.

Here are some click to donate sites you may want to patronize:

* Donation Junction has links to over 40 click to donate sites supporting a wide range of charitable organizations and good causes, from hunger to HIV. It's one stop clicking! You can visit their site in Italiano, Svenska, Suomi, Russkiy, Fran├žais , or English. Thanks for the tip, Red Elephant!

* Clicks on trigger contributions to support eight different causes from AIDS to the arts, education to the environment. Read more here.

* Visit and click to make a 25 cent donation towards a microloan. It may not sound like much but it adds up quickly when you click everyday. Learn more here.

* Click the button on to feed a child one school lunch. Imagine, a child will eat (and learn!) because of your efforts. This site is sponsored by OxFam. Read more here. Thanks for the tip, Meg!

* Gear that Gives hosts six different click to donate sites, including ones on literacy, breast cancer, hunger and rainforest preservation. Learn more here.

Choose your favorites, then click now, click daily and spread the word. Use the white envelope below to send this post to a friend. even offers free daily reminders to click. Clicking every day won't solve all our problems, but it will help. Remember, you can give more than just money. Give regularly of your time, talents, and resources. We can all contribute, and the different ways we give will help get the job done.

"The smallest light in the darkest conditions can give you all you need to get where you are going." - Juan Lane


Phil P. said...

I thought you would want to check out a post on my blog about donating platelets in Iraq - come by and say hi if you can.


Karama said...

What a great project, Phil! Congratulations on your success! Thanks so much for letting us know about your platelet donation project. As you know, I've written about platelet donation several times. I hope other readers will consider donating platelets. Red Cross policy allows most folks to donate "every 3 days for a maximum of 24 times a year." It's a great way to make a positive difference in someone's life.

My best to all of your platoon. Thank you for the good you are doing, Phil. Keep it up!

Anonymous said...

another site for your list that has lots of causes to choose from: or click here.

Karama said...

Thanks a lot, Anon!

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RadarBruce said...

Have you ever heard of Passive Fundraising? I am putting together a site at that will go live on 2/1/07. It is first, a shopping portal that donates a full 50% to charity, and when it is fully functional, it will be a searchable database of companies and professionals all over the country you can patronize, who will donate a substantial amount of their revenues to the cause you support. Please visit my blog, and see how the process is coming along, plus some of my thoughts on the site and the concept. Thanks.

RadarBruce said...

Sorry, the link to the blog didn't get published with the post. It is Thanks again.

John Gault said...

Here's another one that is quite a bit more in depth:

You answer a series of trivia questions and for each correct answer a donation is made.

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