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Saturday, April 30, 2011

100 Days of Giving

Have you signed up for your GiveBack account? Haven't heard of GiveBack? GiveBack allows you to do all your giving in one place, without hassle or any complexities. Any charity, any time, any amount. It's free (no cost to you or to the charities you support). It allows you to manage all your giving through one account (one receipt for tax time). You can give to any charity registered with the IRS. 100% of donations goes to charities. GiveBack covers costs through their sponsors.

Starting an account is super easy. Basically, you create your foundation (which is just the charities you support). There are several ways to add money to your foundation. You can earn up to 15% of each purchase when you shop at GiveBack's merchant partners. You can make a donation directly using your credit card. Get the tax deduction now; give when you're ready.

You can also spread the word by promoting your charities and sharing your stories.
If you want, you can highlight your favorite charities on Facebook. Small donations add up: now you and your friends can donate together. Soon you'll be able to create campaigns on behalf of your favorite charity, so you can manage local fundraisers through GiveBack.











Currently GiveBack has a new initiative called 100 Days of Giving. Every day for 100 Days through July 16, 2011, one GiveBack member will be randomly chosen to win $1000 which will be contributed to their personal foundation. Pretty cool, huh?
Here is my GiveBack link.


*I am a One2One Network Member. This post is in participation of the GiveBack campaign.

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