I am always on the hunt for cool free stuff. In today’s economy free is good. It is through a legitimate freebies site that I found a website called “Click To Give”.
How Click To Give Works: It works on a very simple concept. The site currently has six charities listed. Those charities are The American Society For Prevention of Cruelty To Animals, Feed The Children, Childhelp, National Alliance To End Homelessness, American Cancer Fund, and sponsorships of needy children. All one has to do is visit www.clicktogive.com, choose their favorite charity or all six if the so desire, click on the “click to give” button and that’s all there is to it. The advertising dollars on the site donate 100% of their revenue obtained through the site to the selected charities and individual children the site is designed to help. Nothing comes out of the pocket of the site visitor. It’s a great way to sponsor charities if you are one of those people who would love to do something to help out, but just don’t have enough money in your bank account to do this.
Other Site Perks: You do not have to register and log in to the site in order to click to support the respective charities, but, if desired, anyone can register on the site and stay logged in. Logged in visitors are limited to one click per charity per 24 hour period. Members of the site can earn points that can be redeemed toward gift items from the charities listed, like t-shirts, caps, bags, stuffed animals, mugs, and more. However if a visitor logs out, they can click on each charity as many times as they would like, but they don’t earn points toward anything. Personally, since they started registering members, I’ve racked up quite a few points, but I don’t think I will choose to redeem any of them, because these items cost the organizations money to produce and distribute, however, that is up to an individual giver. It is an all around great way to give to those in need, who wouldn’t otherwise be on the receiving end of any help. Click To Give is a fairly new concept, but it has been extremely helpful in helping individual nonprofit organizations receive funds without cost to the giver. What a neat concept!
**This is the first article I am writing in a series of articles about inspirational people, products, and animals. I share my AC links on Facebook, Twitter, My Space and Stumbleupon. If you know of anyone deserving, please feel free to leave details in the comments below this article, or contact me on one of the social networking sites I utilize for networking.