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click-to-donate sites
11 years ago
Hello everyone, I was wondering if anyone knew of any daily click sites that I don't have on my list. I know of two besides Care2 and The Hunger Site: http://ecologyfund.com , and http://www.redjellyfish.com . I think there are others, but I've lost track of them. If anyone can point me to them, I'll go click! Thanks! Sally
2 more
11 years ago
For landmine removal/safety: http://www.clearlandmines.com/donation.cfm For poor, hungry children in Argentina (they have an English explanation, too): http://www.porloschicos.com/ Oh, there is also the Wildglobe one through the Ecology Fund site (or access it separately at www.wildglobe.com). It is for jaguar habitat in Mexico. Cheers - Amy
11 years ago
Thanks, Amy!
"click to donate"
11 years ago
http://www.thenonprofits.com/ has over 70 "click to donate" links. Please check it out and spread the word!
11 years ago
This site has a few, too: http://www.oneclickatatime.org/index.html
A Brazilian site
11 years ago
www.clickfome.com.br/english Hunger is one of the great problems of my country. Thanks for your click! Luisa
Sites
11 years ago
Attached tothe Hunger Site are several other sites, grant you, not hunger sites but still important - Breast Cancer, Animal Rescue, Rain Forest, Child Health. Also there is the Stop Hunger - http://www.stopthehunger.com/hunger/
Other sites
11 years ago
You can click on http://www.donationjunction.com and the menu will show you lots of sites to free-clicking. In Brasil you have www.cliquesemiarido.org.br (water for those who need it very much, in Norteast); http://www.sitedafome.com.br (a brazilian hungersite); http://www.bebaleite.com.br/scripts/doeleite/ (milk for needy children).
11 years ago
www.thebirthsite.com The proceeds from that one go to help pregnant college kids stay in school and get stuff like housing and childcare assistance.
good site
11 years ago
I know this is a good site because it is how I found Care2.com! Charityclickers.tripod.com Thanks for the links to the other sites, I can do more good now!
Thanks!
11 years ago
Thanks for all the great links. I will be clicking all day! Anything I can do to make a difference though...I am just starting out here so thank you again for the information. Robin
Smiles
11 years ago
Not a problem anything to help make the world a better place!!
11 years ago
If you visit my homepage, you'll find a bunch of click-to- donate sites. The only things is you have to copy and paste the links. http://hometown.aol.com/speedy4599/myhomepage/index.html
Thanks for all the great links!
11 years ago
The portal I like to use is http://www.quickdonations.com , since it shows most of the sites in a frame, which I find comfortable. (It also has banners I can put on my site.) There's another good portal at http://www.xs4all.nl/~myranya/help4free.html , which gives helpful info about sites. I'd also like to mention the individual site http://www.straatkind.nl separately, since it gives so much for your daily click: 0.1 euro. (You can click for an English description in the upper-right corner; the red button on the right generates donations.)
optimism...
11 years ago
I know this does not sound optimistic, but I really never feel I can do enough to make a real difference in the world. I try and try (click and click)...I always feel guilt for those I have NOT helped yet. I can only do so much. On the other hand, I can never sleep knowing I have not helped all those in need. How can I be ok when someone/something else is not? It's been the same since I was 4-years-old. The truth is, I don't know where my limits actually are. when I have fed 20 people? 30? 300? When will I know enough is enough? Will there ever be enough other people out there like me wanting to help fix the problem? I never see others with this same dilemma. Others seem content caring for themselves and no one else. Everyone else's plate always seems full. This makes me mad and then I walk around angry at humanity (which is really bad, 'cause more than anything I want others to get fired- up about the things I feel matter in this world!). Anger doesn't win me (or my cause) any fans, but being optimistic all the time seems fake and unrealistic. What do I do? Accept the fact that I'm human and everone is flawed? Accept that things can change if people want it, but the change will take a LONG time? How can I ever be ok knowing SO much is wrong with the world? I'm not quite sure who else to ask this question of. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope to hear some responses soon. I need to know others feel the same.
e-card
11 years ago
Send a Sudan Action E-card to five friends, and $1 will be allocated to help refugees in Darfur. http://www.netaid.org/projects/crisis/takeaction.pt
misc.
11 years ago
Thanks for the link, Tina. In October, the value of your clicks at the Breast Cancer Site is doubled (sorry if you all already knew this). Muse, thank you for posting this. I guess I also need to know others feel the same. First of all, donít feel guilt! Yes, weíre human, we have limits, but thatís no reason for guilt. We canít do more than what we can do; and if thatís not enough, thatís not our fault. It can be reason for sadness, but not guilt, IMO. And of course, only you can know your own limits. Still, Iíll say something: I think you need to take good care of yourself in order to be able to take care of others. And I admire how much compassion you have had, and for how long. I, too, sometimes wonder how one can be okay with all this preventable suffering? Inevitable suffering is bad enough, but if the world could prevent much suffering and yet doesnít, it also makes me angry. I donít know when itíll get significantly better than this. For me, optimism in this situation just means believing that aid is effective; believing that people _can_ help, if they want to. And _if_ everyone wanted to, I hope the actual process of helping would go fastÖ Unfortunately, it may be a long time before enough people want to help. I just hope we can always spread the word furtherÖ And I also think that people donít have the same need for my optimism as for my clicks; I see optimism as more of a personal matter. BTW, this has reminded me of the text at http://www.petersingerlinks.com/famine.htm , and how Peter Singer and Peter Unger generally find it important to help lessen poverty and suffering. And also of this text I got from Amritesh Kala through C2C: Once upon a time there was a wise man who used to go to the ocean to do his writing. He had a habit of walking on the beach before he began his work. One day he was walking along the shore. As he looked down the beach, he saw a human figure moving like a dancer. He smiled to himself to think of someone who would dance to the day. So he began to walk faster to catch up. As he got closer, he saw that it was a young man and the young man wasn't dancing, but instead he was reaching down to the shore, picking up something and very gently throwing it into the ocean. As he got closer he called out,"Good morning! What are you doing?" The young man paused, looked up and replied, "Throwing starfish in the ocean." "I guess I should have asked, why are you throwing starfish in the ocean?" "The sun is up and the tide is going out. And if I don't throw them in they'll die." "But, young man, don't you realize that there are miles and miles of beach and starfish all along it. You can't possibly make a difference!" The young man listed politely. Then bent down, picked another starfish and threw it into the sea, past the breaking waves and said, "It made a difference for that one."
Thank you.
11 years ago
I have been feeling so isolated. Just talking to others about how I feel has helped. Thank you for your response. I shall work harder on myself and help those I can.
thanks for the links
11 years ago
Thank you all for the great links that you have provided...
Click on
11 years ago
I've visited the various sites you all've proposed. some are good, and othjers rather user-friendly. Just a note of thanks for letting on other sites we can go and contribute in small ways. cheers.
Cick site
11 years ago
This is a good one http://www.stopthehunger.com
another site
11 years ago
for those who like to click to give donations there is another site that supports about 5 organizations where you just click to donate http://www.therainforestsite.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/CTDSites If you know of any other sites like this please post them.
Thanks for the links!
11 years ago
I've copied this from Sandra W's post on the Human Rights Network ( http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=67&pst=43167 ): "Dear Friends, How many times can you click to help build a clean, healthy drinking-water well by a school in the Woliso District of Ethiopia, Africa??? Your FREE clicks equal a $10,000 donation for the well, *IF we reach 100,000 clicks by November 30, 2004, then YouthNOISE will donate $10,000 to Save the Children for the construction of a clean, healthy drinking-water well by a school in the Woliso District of Ethiopia, Africa. http://youthnoise.com/page.php?page_id=79 " I'd add that apparently, you can click every day. There are almost 40,000 clicks now. If we do reach 100,000 by the 30th, then YouthNoise will give 10 cents per click, which I see as quite high. All the best, Kletta
best way to help, too? spread the word!
10 years ago
Here's one of my many e-mail signatures... - - - - - - - - In the next 4 seconds someone will die from Hunger... and to think that 75% are children...Click for FREE! http://www.hungrychildren.com/ Stop the Hunger! FREE!!!! http://www.stopthehunger.com/ You click...Sponsors pay...The needy eat. FREE! Help Feed the hungry around the WORLD!!! FREE! Just a click! http://www.thehungersite.com/ Children of the Night - "Rescuing America's children from the ravages of street prostitution" http://www.childrenofthenight.org/ For Your Kids' Future - Make Nuclear Weapons a Thing of the Past http://www.DontBlowIt.org ----------------------------------------------------------- another one: --- Liz G. Check out these sites: ------------------------------------------- http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ http://www.enoriente.com http://www.venezuelatuya.com http://passport.care2.net/invite.html?g=2223 ------------------------------------------- Please support these noble causes, just click on the FREE link: http://www.thehungersite.com/ and all it's links http://www.cancercharities.com/ http://www.hungrychildren.com/ http://www.thebiblesite.org/ http://www.thestophivsite.com/ ***********************
Thanks Cyn,
10 years ago
I guess this is the one stop click shop. This place could keep someone busy ALL day! LOL Here I go...
Hello Cyn
10 years ago
I am here and thanks for the invitation Cyn.
Thank you!
10 years ago
Thank you for the invite, Cyn. I am one of those people that does the click to donate daily. On days that I hurt too bad to get on the computer, I feel guilty about not doing my clicks. Does anyone have any ideas on how to get friends to start doing this? None of my friends will do this (not my Care2 friends). I want to help as much as possible. I have sent them all invites (several!) and dont know what to do now. Any ideas? I also wanted to say Thank You to all of the people that have posted click to donate links!!!!!! It makes me feel good about myself to know that I am helping even if I can't afford to actually donate money. Once again, Thank you everyone!!!! Michelle J.
Much Thanks.....
10 years ago
Melissa, Kumar and Michelle, thank you all so much for joining and for your clicks...every little click helps so very much, thank you. Michelle, I really don't know what else to tell you to do other than what you are doing...I know myself that if I am not at home and I might miss a days click, I also feel bad, but when I do click, it feels so good_I feel it is the least I can do.... Thanks again guys...MuCH
misc
10 years ago
Michelle and Cyn, please don't feel guilty or bad about not being able to click! You're doing so much anyway. BTW, I feel that what matters is not only whether I get online every day, but how many sites, and which ones (some give much more per click than others), I click on the days I do get online. And if you click everything on every day you're online, then...well, that's a whole lot. As for spreading the owrd, I've thought of an idea I haven't really tried out in practice yet, but hope I will. It's to find a forum discussion of helping a particular cause (like tsunami relief, right now), and recommend clicking to donate for that particular cause, and say where one can find more info about all the other click-to-donate sites. Then, if one has a homepage, there are banners, like those at http://www.quickdonations.com/linktoqd.shtml . Also, www.againsthunger.org has a surf bar, which you can click once every 3 minutes to donate a cup of food. I've recently noticed that one can add this bar to one's own site. There's also www.charitybanners.org , but that has pretty specific rules about which homepages can be used to help, like link collections (which I have) don't seem to qualify. I hope that the Against Hunger surf bar is something different from this, and can be placed on any site. Can someone please tell me more about this? And http://www.planet-save.com and http://www.ecologyfund.com/ecology/email_home.html both provide e-mail accounts that help save land for free. Perhaps those can be recommended more easily...? BTW, it seems that right now (this year?), http://www.straatkind.nl is helping some AIDS-related cause or other. I'm sorry, I don't understand Dutch. If someone does, could they please tell me the details? Thanks in advance, Kletta
10 years ago
I do what I can, and click on as many sites as I can every day, and get hope from that. I see that the number of clicks are going up ~ and I think that more people on Care2 are starting to realize that we are here for a purpose. Thank you for starting this group and inviting me to join. I think it is a really important group to visit every day. peace Lizzzie
misc
10 years ago
http://www.opinionworld.co.uk supports charities if you take surveys. But I've only taken a glance at it, I don't know the details (and unfortunately, I don't have the time for the surveys). At www.thebreastcancersite.com , you can now "celebrate women's history" and read short bios of women before clicking.
10 years ago
Wow. I had no idea there were so many click-to-donate sites! I do clicks at 4 sites every day right now (the care2 clicks, Hungersite and the others with it, EcoFund, RedJellyfish), but I think my number just went up to around 30! I'm a stay at home Mom and I've got a lot more time than money to give, so this is fantastic. Thanks, everybody, for listing these.
A site where you can find a lot of "free donation" sites
10 years ago
In http://www.geo51.com/sol/ you can find a lot of click-to-donate sites, and you can also find The Great Invocation (a "thing" very easy to "use" for you, and it have "a lot of power"), and there are more things that you can also find in http://www.geo51.com/sol/
Where I found most of my click-to-donate sites
10 years ago
http://distributedcomputing.info/projects.html The "Charity" section is at the bottom, though I suggest you look at the rest of the page as well. The foreign-language sites are cool. I now can understand the phrase "click here" in Polish. Here's another important part of my click-to-donate experience: the Firefox browser. I put all of my click-to-donate sites in a bookmark folder, and use the "Open in Tabs" option on the folder menu. All of the sites open in a series of tabs that are easily toggled between. If you don't have Firefox, get it here: http://mozilla.org/products/firefox
Thanks for the links!
10 years ago
I was especially glad to find www.aquaplastics.org , because that gives ten eurocents per click (like www.straatkind.nl ), plus two if I can answer a question correctly. (BTW, the three other "water sites" I know are www.watersite.cc , www.pureaqua.org , and www.cliquesemiarido.org.br (you can access English and Spanish versions from the front page).)
misc
10 years ago
At http://www.theliteracysite.com , it says, "Thanks to the First Book volunteers, your click is doubled today." I don't know how long this'll be going on, but underneath it says "NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK April 17-23, 2005", so maybe our clicks are worth double until Saturday. Now you can read short support stories before clicking at http://www.thebreastcancersite.com .
new site to help Katrina survivors
10 years ago
Apparently, clicking at http://www.ibux.net/relief.php will get 0.2 cents to Red Cross.
another site I haven't been able to check out
9 years ago
It seems that at http://www.fighthunger.org , you can give food both by clicking and by sending e-cards. There may be an overall limit of 30000 clicks, but I haven't noticed such a limit with the cards; it even seems that you can send more than one from the same address to the same address. If it's really true that every click and card gives a full meal ($0.19), then it's a nice amount. Also, in December, every click at http://www.thebreastcancersite.com will be doubled.
...and another one...
9 years ago
Part of a post quoted on http://www.livejournal.com/good_ideas : "As it is World AIDS Day tomorrow, I would like to take this opportunity to promote Light to Unite, a project being run by Bristol-Myers Squibb, one of the major producers of HIV treatment drugs (specifically Reyataz, a protease inhibitor). For every person who lights a candle at www.LightToUnite.com, Bristol-Myers Squibb will donate $1 US to AIDS research, up to a total of $100,000." BTW, the "Educate females in developing countries" link on http://www.thenonprofits.com no longer works, but the site hasn't disapperaed: you can still help by going to http://www.twowings.at (the link's in the broken link page), clicking on "Mitwirken" and then "Kostenlos helfen".
Not To Be Academic But Prioritizing Is Essential
9 years ago
Your name for this group is apt. All these other click-to-donate sites may be fine, some may even be better than the revised version of the hunger site group of sites, but few seem to be as transparently determinable as the hunger site. I do suggest that all should be picking those sites that look to be with a primary charitable purpose and low administrative costs to visit unless you have time to visit what now is clearly dozens if not hundreds of these. As for me I will do www.thehungersite.com and its links and be willing to investigate each of these others for I am willing to spend the time to look rather than to fall in to another's bad faith. Principle being perhaps even a wasteful concept, but as I post the donate sites where I can influence a few dozen folks hopefully at least, none of the less than honorable ones ought to be honored even if they are not taking anything from us but their promises and a little of our time.
Can Hunger Sites Be Better Exposed to the Thousands Who Visit Here
9 years ago
Why is it that many here have no idea of the first of the many hunger sites? When you look you initially see none. Anyone have a way to make the hunger site and all or some of the other more worthy such sites more visible to all who visit here? Yes, I know that Care2 would make no money on that and that may well be why the others exist so patently and the hunger site is only here thanks to this group. Any suggestions
Kin
9 years ago
You can find the Hungersite.com here... http://passport.care2.net/invite.html?g=4017
That is the invite page for Care2 and no hungersite.com is there
9 years ago
That is the invite page for Care2 and no hungersite.com is there. So I say again go to and also do the following: http://www.thehungersite.com/ donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... donate by a daily click and propagate the word to many others to... and let there be no doubt this will give your greatest effect.
IF I MUST
9 years ago
these are the links: http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=4017&pst=150879 and a more compact version: http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=4017&pst=235927&archival= But that is not important Kin as they are posted many times on here...what is important is that everyone clicks of which I am happy to see that we here and my site the HUNGER RELIEF SITE is getting more and more clicks..so, keep on clicking guys...
IF I MUST
9 years ago
these are the links: http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=4017&pst=150879 and a more compact version: http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=4017&pst=235927&archival= But that is not important Kin as they are posted many times on here...what is important is that everyone clicks of which I am happy to see that we here and my site the HUNGER RELIEF SITE is getting more and more clicks..so, keep on clicking guys...
Clicking must be done, but snowballing knowledge is our main goal of which clicking is a part..
9 years ago
whether they join up to the newer site or not the bottom line is clicking is coasting. It is important, but more important is spreading the message in so positive a way that many unknowing caring folks will respond. That can be done by both sites. It is the first of many projects of the newer site. Education must be extended to all who tarry upon the www. Hunger Apathy Can be reduced. So go click on to Cyn Thia site but try not to be an island.
"The Quicker Clicker"
9 years ago
At http://www.care2.com/c2c/group/thecliquerproject , you can reach all the pages with one click, or access them in groups of twenty. Though in the case of a few sites, including The Hunger Site and the others, it shows the front page instead of the ads page.
sorry
9 years ago
Oh, I'm sorry...I didn't notice that this was already in the link that Cyn had given.
What is not there is the apathy encountered in this world starting...
9 years ago
HERE, with most here wanting nothing more than a badge on their tunic, but not one to wear to war for hunger or against apathy, but to wear on parade when useful meaningful actions to raise the army, gather the forces against the unrepentantly apathetic are disdained. Apathy is appalling. Apathy can be annihilated. But like all worthy causes, it must be fought one on one, with persistence and perseverance of the highest degree. Come follow and fight it at some location where ye may be heard!
Thanks!!
9 years ago
Essam thanks for the invite to this beautiful forum. Friends please count me in and I assure you that you will certainly find me clicking to the donate sites to help make planet earth a more healthier and happier place particularly for the poor, needy, dying and oppressed people to live in so that they too will enjoy a better tomorrow. Hugs - Ivy
a new link
9 years ago
At http://www.wildoats.com/redesign/click.php , Wild Oats Natural Marketplace says it will donate to Sierra Club for our clicks.
and a few more
9 years ago
There are new links at http://www.thenonprofits.com .
This was an importatnt set of links that were archived but...
9 years ago
they are a good complement to my one link on a totally different matter: A Good Novel Idea: A New Platform for Good Causes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Original Message: ----------------- See what I have done for mine: Try my videos, one or two or more if you want, I recommend video 12 myself, and it is anonymous not that you would or should care. They are at: http://www.myspace.com/investigatethecorrupt If you care to care, spread them. Thanks for at least lookingr ITC
Anonymous
Snowball with the world and the stars!!
9 years ago
Snowball with the world and the stars! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2DH9DhqeQs Name one more in the video and post it: Brad Pitt and George Clooney!
new links
8 years ago
There's at least one new link at http://www.thenonprofits.com . Also, the first link, "Hungry Children", now leads to YouthNoise's Just 1 Click project, where you have to be registered to click. As far as I understand, the site is primarily for helping people aged 13-18, but older people are not forbidden to register, either. Younger people are. 8-( The site has to collect 100,000 clicks this month, and a click is worth one cent.
Please sign in my petition.
8 years ago
7 years ago
Now I think you don't have to register for Just 1 Click. At http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thehungersiteclub/ , I've heard about the link collection at http://www.freewebs.com/clickforcharity/ (with categories on the left side). I can't check if most of them are real, I just know the Wikipedia articles on the Hunger Site and Ripple.org.
7 years ago
Julia, Thanks for all those links. I wil definately check them out. I didn't know there were so many!
When do we hwlp enough?
7 years ago
Muse-- I wish I could give you the link for this complete story, but I can't find it. So I'll paraphrase. A man walked along the shore, looking for starfish. Every time he found one, he'd pick it up and throw it back into the water. A stranger came by and asked what he was doing. :The startfish can't live on land, so I am sending them back into the water." "What, are you nuts?" asked the stranger. "There are millions of starfish on the beach? How can what you are doing ever make a difference?" The first man picked up another starfish and sent it sailing into the sea. "It does to that one." No, you cannot help everyone; neither can I. But if we each do what we can, think of the cumulative effect, the gestalt of our joint effort. Take joy in what you can do, and in example you set fr others.
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