Be honest, when last have you donated to a non-profit? Or how often have you intended to donate, but simply forgot due to a convoluted donation process?
Give 2 Charity, a new app from the location analytics company Placed, offers a new spin on digital giving.
Guest Post In the face of Sandy and other disasters, crowdfunding portals are providing an alternative method to help families and individuals in need.
It’s a good day for giving donations. Apple rolled out its Red Cross donation page on iTunes, and now Facebook is testing “charitable contributions” on its new Gifts feature.
The Red Cross is accepting donations to those affected by Sandy through Apple’s iTunes today. Apple has used its entertainment marketplace as a way to solicit donations since 2010.
Givingtrax was born when one pizza company wanted to be charitable but wound up spending more than it had.
WikiLeaks announced today that it is “back open for donations.”
Apple is not well known for its charitable contributions, but Apple chief executive Tim Cook wants to change that perception. During a company meeting last week, Cook talked about Apple’s contributions to local charities and its participation in global campaigns.
Editor's Pick Online transactions company PayPal is taking heat from critics after forcing Regretsy to refund all donations for its holiday charity efforts, while keeping the initial transaction fees.
You know how every holiday season you avoid eye-contact with the Salvation Army Santas collecting donations, mumbling “I don’t have any cash, sorry” as you hurry by? Well, now you’re totally screwed, Scrooge. This season, Salvation Army Santas are taking donations using Square!
Here’s a great example of how a seemingly noble social media donation campaign can go awry: Microsoft tweeted two hours ago on the Bing search engine’s Twitter account that it would donate up to $100,000 to help victims of Japan’s earthquake — but only if Twitter users retweeted its original post to broadcast it to their followers, at $1 per retweet.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg joined Newark, NJ mayor Cory Booker, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, on Oprah today to discuss his $100 million education foundation, Startup:Education.
Today at Mashable’s Media Summit, the American Red Cross and the Universal Record Database (URDB) — an open platform for world records — wrangled the conference’s audience to break a world record of their own, and do some good in the process.