5 Ways to Give Back While Sitting at Your Computer

It can be hard to find time to give back during this busy time of year.

Here are 5 fun, quick, and easy ways to give back while at your computer. That’s right—with just a few clicks of the mouse, you can make a difference in the lives of those in need. You’ll be surprised how quickly the time goes by!


It’s time for a new search engine! When using Goodsearch, a penny is donated to your nonprofit or school every time a search is entered. Good Search is so popular because you get to pick the cause you want to help, and you’re given the power to make a difference. So far, more than $10 million has been earned for all the causes chosen.


Are you a dog-lover? By playing Bow Wow Trivia every day, whether you choose the right or wrong answer, Freekibble will donate 10 pieces of kibble to animal shelters across the country to help feed hungry dogs.


The Hunger Site 

All you have to do is click the yellow “Click here—it’s FREE” button and sponsors of the website will pay for the food donated to the world’s hungry and food insecure. Last year, visitor clicks funded a whopping 52.8 million cups of food to those in need. Since you can only donate once a day, bookmark the page and make a daily click part of your morning routine.

Looking for something similar? Ripple has the same idea! 

Free Poverty 

Living in the North Shore, it can be easy to forget how many places don’t have access to clean water resources. By watching a quick advertisement on Free Poverty, sponsors will donate 7 days of clean water to a location in need.

Free Rice

Easy and educational! Free Rice asks English vocabulary and trivia questions in 8 subjects (everything from world capitals and flags to chemistry symbols and language learning questions to test your knowledge. For every question you answer correctly, they donate 10 grains of rice through the World Food Programme to help end hunger. (To date, they have donated more than 82 billion grains of rice!) With 60 levels, you’ll be surprised how fast the time whips by!


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