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How Causora Social Giving Is Changing The Way Charities Fundraise
Aug06

How Causora Social Giving Is Changing The Way Charities Fundraise

Philanthropy gurus like Patrick Rooney from the Center of Philanthropy at Indiana University are saying that things are going to get a bit tight for organizations that have fiscal plans dependent on donations. Rooney puts the economic forecast for these groups in perspective by saying that, “ for many that…

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GivingAnon.org – Helping Others Through The Internet

Generosity is a true virtue when it comes to human relationships. There are many ways for helping others, and giving anonymously is an effective one. This is the site of a non-profit organization that makes it easier to spread generosity between people. In case you are thinking about contributing with others, Givinganon.org is going to be a good place for you to do that and have the possibility to contribute with others in a simple...

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Raffle-It.org – A Social Giving Project

This site gives you data about a project that was created in order to improve people’s lives. In essence this site is all about Social Giving. This is an interesting concept that intends to contribute with others (anywhere in the world) without any interest. As you might know, there are many people related to Social Giving around the world, no matter if they are involved with the ‘giving’ or the ‘receiving’...

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Generousgiving.org – Online Christian Donations

Generousgiving.com is a privately funded ministry whose mission is to encourage givers of any income level to make donations to Christian based organizations. The website was launched in 2000 by the Maclellan Foundation to renew generosity among Christians. So, here you can find articles and stories about the joy of giving, along with reasons to give and help the others. For that, the website features a “giving marketplace” with a...

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ASKWISH.COM – What’s Your Wish?

ASKWISH is a platform for sharing unique talents, resources and experiences. We call this “Wishing” and “Dishing”. A wish can be anything that you want, need, or desire. Maybe you have always wanted to go Kayaking but are not willing to pay $500 to an outfitter to experience this. Or you are a homeowner who is looking to tackle a home improvement project but would like the direction of someone who has experienced this. You post the...

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