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In order to multiply the impact of donations, I am pledging to match 1:1 your donation to any of four charities, up to a total of $20,000. Make a donation, have its impact doubled and (optionally) put your name on the leaderboard. Everybody wins!
Select one (or more) of the charities from the options below and click the donate link. You'll be taken to the Crowdrise page where you can make your donation. You can choose to remain anonymous or enter your name to have it show up on the leaderboard. I will then match the donations regular intervals.
The charities span a range of causes, have been personally vetted, and are very highly regarded US tax-deductible 501(c)(3)s, so I'm sure you'll find a worthy cause among these options.Read more
Crowdrise charges 5% and between $1 and $2.50 in transaction fees. It may also try to take a processing fee, but you can usually remove that by clicking on the orange processing fee link when making your donation. timestwo has no fees, of course.
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Great! I'll match maximum $5,000 per person though, so just the first $5,000 will be matched
Instead of matching each donation individually, I'm going to match in batches (interval to be determined) to keep the fees down. Therefore, my donations may not always be up to date.
I've already put $500 into each charity so you know this is legit and not somehow part of my grand scheme to take over the world.
You can check up on my donations on the individual Crowdrise pages.
Please send me an email/facebook message/angry text and I'll get back to you
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|Rahul Saraf||$200||AMF, charity: water|
|Varsha Saqraf||$100||charity: water|
|Vivita Relan||$100||charity: water|
|Uma Relan||$100||charity: water|
|Vinay & Serena Mehra||$100||charity: water|
|Nick T||$100||Gabriel's Angels|
|gokhan ozer||$40||charity: water|
|Megan Tsai||$30||charity: water|
|Keegan Cooke||$20||charity: water|
|Eric Johnson||$20||charity: water|
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The highest rated charity on GiveWell.org
Every minute, a child in Africa dies of malaria. The Against Malaria Foundation is a charity that provides mosquito nets to populations at high risk of malaria, primarily in Africa. Since its founding in 2004, the foundation has raised $9.5 million and distributed 2.2 million long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs). The average cost of nets to-date has been $4.32.
Learn more at againstmalaria.com
An award winning baby incubator from Stanford's d.school
Embrace's mission is to advance maternal and child health by providing innovative solutions to the world's most vulnerable populations. Over 20 million low-birth-weight and premature babies are born every year around the world, and over 4 million die within their first month of life. Embrace aims to help these vulnerable babies through a low cost infant warmer. Unlike traditional incubators that cost up to $20,000, the Embrace Infant Warmer costs 1% of this price.
Learn more at embraceglobal.org
For all the dog lovers. A 5 star charity on GuideStar
Gabriel's Angels is the only program in Arizona that delivers healing pet therapy to abused, neglected and at-risk children. Its short term goal is to instill in children an overall emotional sense of well-being, safety and happiness. The long term aspiration is to help children learn core social skills that will prevent them from continuing the cycle of violence as adults.
Learn more at www.gabrielsangels.org
Has received the highest rating on Charity Navigator for several years
charity: water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Founded in 2006, it has helped fund 6,611 projects in 20 countries, benefiting over 2,545,000 people. Overall, the organization has raised over $40 million as of January 15, 2012.
Learn more at www.charitywater.org