Good Giving: You can have an impact on the world.

Edurelief is improving quality of life and giving hope in people's lives in Mongolia through education and training. They have many programs including:

Text Book Program: you can sponsor a child's education for just $20.00. Local companies in Mongolia produce textbooks for school children which stimulates the local economy and Mongolia as well as helping children's education.

Mongolian man and horses
mongolian children and family

 Sponsor a School

Give teachers a laptop

Plant trees

Visit Edurelief for more details and how you can help.


The Global Poverty Project

has support from Australian actor Hugh Jackman, 2011 Australian of the Year Simon McKeon and Director of the Earth Institute Jeffrey Sachs.

Find out more about the Project


 Help the Hungry: The Hunger Site was founded in 1999 to focus the power of the Internet on a specific humanitarian need: the eradication of world hunger. On average, over 220,000 individuals from around the world visit the site each day to click the "Click Here to Give - it's FREE" button. To date, more than 300 million visitors have given more than 500 million cups of staple food.



The Hunger Site

 Click to give free food for those who need it.

100% of fees go to hunger relief. Each click gives 1.1 cups of food to the hungry in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and North America.

Help protect women's health by funding free mammograms  -

you can do this - at your computer, for free by clicking once at the breast cancer site


The Giving Pledge is an effort to invite the wealthiest individuals and families in America to commit to giving the majority of their wealth to good causes and charitable organizations of their choice either during their lifetime or after their death.

The idea of the Giving Pledge came from many conversations that Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett had with philanthropists in the U.S. With their ideas and input, this idea developed into the Giving Pledge.

They have also met with many of China’s and India’s wealthiest business and philanthropy leaders, about how to make the greatest impact in each country. Read More

Just one free click per day at the child health site provides

vital health services to children, preventing life threatening diseases.

The Greater Good Network of websites

offer the public a unique opportunity to support causes they care about at no cost to them.

When you click 100% of sponsor advertising fees go to the charitable partners.

There is no charge to you.

You can click once a day, every day of the year on each of the sites.

Help the Environment for free.

Originally launched in May 2000, The Rainforest Site focuses the power of the Internet on a specific ecological need — the preservation of the world's rainforests. Individuals from around the world visit the site each day to click the "Click Here to Give - it's FREE" button and help rescue imperiled land. In just its first year of operation, The Rainforest Site generated funds to purchase and preserve over 5,650 acres of endangered land.

Other free ways to help here. 

 Sign up  for The Animal Rescue Site's free reminder service, you receive a FREE Signature Purple Paw Pin! and an extra three bowls of food will go to rescued animals.

 "GlobalGiving is an online marketplace that connects you to the causes and countries you care about.

You select the projects you want to support, make a tax-deductible contribution, and get regular progress updates - so you can see your impact." 

 The Worldwide Orphans Foundation works with orphans and vulnerable children with innovative programs that are transforming orphans lives.

  Good givers

 Warren Buffet has given his annual donation to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation - stocks valued at around $1.5 BILLION. The Foundation funds programs in Global Health, Poverty & Development & Education & Informatio

 2011 - Warren Buffett raises $2.63 million for the Glide Foundationwhich provides food, health care, housing and job training for San Francisco's homeless.  Since 2000, Warren Buffet has auctioned off lunches with himself to support this San Francisco nonprofit organization.

Merck Company Foundation awards $1 million to World Wide Orphans Academy a free primary school in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia which enrolls children living in orphanages and children from the local community, one of the poorest in Addis Ababa.

 Matt Damon, American actor, founded H2O Africa.  He supports many charities. H2O Africa is creating widespread public awareness of the water crisis in Africa and gathering support for clean water programs in critical areas.

George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle and Jerry Weintraub founded Not On Our Watch the mission to end genocide in Darfur and beyond.

Leonardo DiCaprio pledges fifty thousand euro to Sean Penn‘s J/P Haitian Relief Organization which is saving lives and rebuilding communities through sustainable programs.

 Have you heard of Go Get Funding?

This is a site that helps you get financial support for a charity, creative venture or any worthwhile project.  They are passionate about helping to make good things happen. That could range from helping you raise money for critical medical expenses, a once-in-a-lifetime volunteer trip or to launch an exciting new business.

The Animal Rescue Site
The Literacy Site
The Hunger Site
The Rainforest Site

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