Answer a trivia question, and they’ll donate 10 pieces of kibble to dogs in need. That adds up. Best part is - even if you get the question wrong, the pups still get the grub. Win-win.
2. Just say, “Sure!”
When you’re buying groceries and you’re asked if you want to donate to a certain cause, just do it. Simple.
3. The Mobile Giving Foundation
Text donations have never been easier. In the next 30 seconds you could send a 10-spot over to a listed worthy cause. Or click here to donate 1Lb of fresh produce to a community in need with Naked Juice.
4. Hear to Help
Listening is a powerful way to give back. And you can do it from anywhere. Just use Hear to Help - and make a stressing stranger feel better. And if you’re feeling like you could use a mental boost, you can always use HtH to vent, as well.
It’s a simple concept, with great results. Loan a small amount of money to a community that will put it to good use, and once they get their idea up and running, you are paid back in full.
6. Run for Charity
Instead of that solo Sunday morning run you had planned, why not run for a cause? There are plenty of Fun Runs happening around you all the time, and all experience levels are welcome.
7. The Hunger Site
All you’ve gotta do is click, and 1.1 cups of food will be donated to people in need. You can only click once a day, but there are no strings attached.
Sign up your credit card with SwipeGood, and every purchase you make will be rounded up to the nearest dollar. At the end up each month, the differences will be added up, and donated to the cause of your choice. You’re giving back, and you don’t even know it.
It’s like Kickstarter, but for non profits, fundraisers and charities. Browse the diverse list of causes, and throw money at the ones that move you.
10. VISO Give
This is YouTube’s giving page - charities upload fun videos, and they get 60% of the ad revenue whenever you watch.
GoodShop has a huge selection of retailers to choose from - so next time you decide to splurge on some online shopping, use this. Each partner gives a certain percentage of the money you spend to the charity that you choose.
12. Free Rice
It’s trivia! Get one question right? 10 grains of rice are donated. 5 right? 50. You get it.