How to Donate to Charity - Without Using Your Own Cash
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How to Donate to Charity - Without Using Your Own Cash

In these tough times, some charities are suffering as people can no longer donate. What if there were a way to make a difference for free by doing something you probably do everyday anyway?

In these tough times, many charitable organizations are suffering as people simply cannot afford to donate as much as they have in the past. What if there were a way to make a difference to help your favorite charities for free by doing something you probably do everyday anyway?

I use my favorite search engine, GoodSearch.com, each time I need to search for anything. It allows me to contribute to my favorite charities without using my own cash.

?Do you ever need to search for information online and use a search engine? If so, you could be donating money to your favorite charity each time you search. It costs nothing and you don't need to fill out any kinds of registrations forms; just search as usual!

I use my favorite search engine, GoodSearch.com, each time I need to search for anything. It allows me to contribute to my favorite charities without using my own cash. Times are tight, but you can still contribute to charity! It doesn't cost you a dime and it probably won't even cost you any extra time if you are a person who regularly uses search engines.

Type GoodSearch.com into your favorite web browser.

(I use it as my homepage, so anytime I need to search, I just hit "Home" and it takes me right to the page I need. I also have it programmed as my default search engine in my browser.)

This search engine is very user-friendly and powered by Yahoo!, so you know it will provide valid search results rather than wasting your time.

Choose a Charity

You'll see two boxes once you access GoodSearch.com for the first time. The top one is the standard search box you use for your query. The second box is where you type in the charity you'd like your searches to proceed.

If your charity has a popular name you may need to scroll through a list of charities to get to your preferred organization. It also provides the location of the charity in case it is needed to differentiate from several other listings.

Search. ... And Search Some More!

Goodsearch.com allows you to register and log in if you'd like, but this is optional. You can log in via a Goodsearch registration, or through your Facebook, Twitter, Google, or Yahoo! account. This allows you to keep track of how much of a difference you've personally made with your searches.

You can change charities (by choosing "Clear Selection" below the charity box) at any time if you'd like to switch it up. You can check how well your charity is doing and how much cash has been raised from searches at this engine by clicking "Amount Raised." Please, only perform valid searches or you may get the charity disqualified from participating.

You can also shop through Goodsearch at participating retailers and have a portion of your purchase proceeds go to your designated charity. Coupons and a toolbar are also more options available.

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Comments (10)

Our country is prone to typhoons and just recently 2 powerful typhoons devastated our lands, I usually donate relief goods than cash or rather I buy goods (drinking water) and directly bring it to the nearest relief station, nice work here Beth.

Great sharing article and well done.Thank you.

Very insightful...

Charities are also often happy with the donation of your time. Its easy to volunteer!

Very true, Brenda. Thank you for the reminder. : D

Very nice pointers.

Stopping by to Digg your wonderful article.

Useful tips...thanks for sharing. Voted

Thanks for sharing this - I was unaware of this search engine.

I agree with you, Bethany. Everyone needs someone one day or the other. Sharing is life. A great article, my friend.

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