Seattle, WA, December 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Each month, approximately 4 million individuals visit the GreaterGood Network “Click Here to Give - it's Free” websites that help raise money for charities around the world. During the holiday season, many visitors also purchase Gifts That Give More™, a waste-free way to honor friends and loved ones.
Each item in Gifts That Give More™ program at GreaterGood.org represents a direct donation to a specific charity or program as outlined on the web page. With their full-color downloadable certificate of acknowledgement, Gifts That Give More™ make a meaningful holiday gift. 100% of every donation collected through the Gifts That Give More™ program goes directly to the charity described on the gift page.
New additions to this innovative program include School Breakfasts for Children around the world, Helping Hands Fund for Women with Breast Cancer, Care for a Shelter Animal with Special Needs, and Protect Wild Areas of Australia. These Gifts directly benefit such charitable organizations as Friends of WFP, U-Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, Home For Life®, and The Nature Conservancy.
A complete list of all Gifts That Give More™ can be found at www.GreaterGood.org.
More on GreaterGood.org
GreaterGood.org is devoted to addressing the health and well-being of people (particularly women and children), animals, and the planet. In 2008, GreaterGood.org gave more than $3.4 million to more than 60 charities and nonprofit organizations working in the US and around the world.
The GreaterGood Network includes The Animal Rescue Site, The Breast Cancer Site, The Child Health Site, The Hunger Site, The Literacy Site, and The Rainforest Site. Since 1999, beginning with The Hunger Site, these websites have provided a free way for people to help the cause of their choice every day.
The GreaterGood Network stores do not receive any profit from the “Click Here to Give - it's Free” programs or the sale of any Gift That Gives More™.
GreaterGood Network Stores
The GreaterGood Network Stores carry a wide range of clothing, jewelry, decorative items, and eco-friendly gifts (see http://shop.thehungersite.com for a typical selection from a GreaterGood Network Store). When purchasing these items, buyers can see exactly how their purchase will help a specific cause. Besides supporting the charities listed on the sites, the GreaterGood Network creates economic stimulus in some of the world’s neediest areas by buying handmade, fair trade items, including many items made by women’s co-ops in South America, Asia, and Africa.