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Give InKind’s smarter giving platform brings in surprise $1.5 million in pre-seed funding

Helping out a friend in need online can be surprisingly difficult. While giving cash is easy enough, that's often not what people need most — so Give InKind aims to be the platform where you can do a lot more than write a check. The idea is such a natural one that the company tripled ...

Instagram’s new donation sticker will make it easy to give money to charities

02.07.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

When you take a selfie or record a video on Instagram Stories, you can add location stickers, question stickers, and even a GIF of a cat playing the electric guitar. Later this year, you'll be able to raise funds for a nonprofit, too.  Facebook,... ...

Rebuilding employee philanthropy from the bottom up

In tech circles, it would be easy to assume that the world of high-impact charitable giving is a rich man’s game where deals are inked at exclusive black tie galas over fancy hors d’oeuvre. Both Mark Zuckerberg and Marc Benioff have donated to SF hospitals that now bear their names. Gordon Moore has given away $5B ...

Work Out Your ‘Giving Bee’ Type

09.25.2009 · Posted in Society Articles

Bumblebees are all giving by nature. They give naturally to maintain the environment of abundance. But each bee actually takes a different role in maintaining the colony as well as the flower garden. So, I thought human beings are the same. We are all naturally giving and caring. But we tend to express our giving ...

The Top Secrets About Giving

09.24.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Here is the secret to get what one wants. It is just giving. The reasons for it are based on the well-known philosophical dictum "Which comes first, the chicken or the egg?" The egg, and the chicken that is born out of it, create the circle of life, and form the basis for a profound ...

An Transmittable “Disease” That Could Heal the Planet

07.28.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

With all the recent talk of the Swine Flu and possibility of it's swift transmission through the world's population, it seems a good idea to discuss another type of virus - one that a great many people could stand to "catch" and would be better off for it. ...