The Curious Autodidact

October 22, 2009

Giving Without Taking Credit

Filed under: cool internet stuff,nonprofit,social justice — Honilima @ 8:32 am

Giving Anonymously is a unique service allows you to send money to someone totally anonymously to help them in a hard time or to make a dream come true. Here’s what they say from their website:

“Our goal is to enable and encourage you to be your own charity, and for you to give anonymously to those around you in need.

Sure, you could give money to us and expect us to find those in need. But then your neighbor who lost his job and now can’t pay the bills or adequately feed his family, will not be helped.

Our Motto: We are not the ‘charity’ you are! Look around your community, your neighbors, friends and family. Do you see anyone in need? If so, give to them. You can give anonymously. We’ll send them a check, and you’ll get an email with a voice file of them thanking you. But they won’t know who you are! How cool is this!”

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