Launching this week, the company's new iPhone app features profiles of kids in developing countries who desperately require surgeries. You can donate directly through the app and receive real-time updates on the patient's progress.
Blizzard is making the most out of a bad situation.
Shaun King founded HopeMob to crowdfund for people in need. Today, he launched Upfront to connect influencers with their audience, and raise money for good on the side.
Sidekick Cycle is a smartphone game that hopes to engage players in worthwhile causes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is auctioning off a coffee date with him that will last up to an hour via CharityBuzz, a company that asks notable people to auction their time off for a good cause.
Gramble is operating a mobile social network to turn gaming into good.
eBay is partnering with Goodwill to launch a new pilot program. You mail in your stuff, Goodwill tries to sell it for you, and what doesn't get sold gets donated.
Prizeo's online raffles give anyone the opportunity to share experiences with their favorite celebrities, for a good cause.
Watsi is a crowdfunding platform that helps fund basic medical treatments for people in need.
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Give 2 Charity, a new app from the location analytics company Placed, offers a new spin on digital giving.
San Francisco startup Rally.org has partnered with Glide, a local nonprofit, to encourage would-be entrepreneurs to raise money for charity. The top ten fundraisers will win a meeting with Eric Ries or Mike Maples, among others.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has made his largest charitable donation to date.
Forget Black Friday or Cyber Monday. Google just announced perhaps the best sale of the entire Christmas season, at least as far as electronics and computers are concerned.
SurveyMonkey took Movember to the next level with a company-wide initiative and The Great Shave.
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In another sign that we are in the era of Tim Cook’s Apple, the company has donated $2.5 million to the American Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Budge makes it easy to challenge your friends to make a donation.
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