Bought by the Blood

June 30, 2011

One Of My New Favorite Websites

Filed under: Generosity,Giving,Stewardship — cubsfan1980 @ 3:27 pm

If you like Groupon then you should check out One of the most popular websites for people looking to save money is Groupon.  As Groupon has gained popularity other copycat sites like Living Social, Socially Ideal, Baby Steals, Very Jane, Plum District, SniqueAway have popped up that appeal to different niche markets.  All of these sites have the goal of selling something at a great price.  What is even better then gaining something, is giving something, which is why I love features a different non-profit every day for people to donate money to.  The non-profits vary from being on the regional to international level.  They have a goal of making giving a habit by only allowing people to give a dollar, 100% of which goes to the charities. Why only a dollar?  “So you can donate another $1 tomorrow. And another the next day. Use Philanthroper daily, and we guarantee, you’ll donate more over time than you would have otherwise plus it won’t sting your bank account so badly. Use Philanthroper every day and you’ll be on the right track to give more, more easily. If you’re compelled to make a larger donation, fantastic. We always link their site. So go for it. ”

Fast Company calls them, “a 21st century version of a classic philanthropist.” Check them out, you won’t regret it!



1 Comment »

  1. What a cool idea! I’ve never heard of before but it sounds like it’s a great website to help non profit organizations gain donations. There are a ton of charities for children that could always use help!

    Comment by Lsmith — June 30, 2011 @ 5:54 pm | Reply

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