Milan, OH, July 10, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Many people want to donate to charity but can't afford to. That's where a new start up website, MyWorldTrader.com, comes into play. This site is an investment idea site with a little twist. They have implemented a novel approach to donating to charity. They select a charity of the month and donate a portion of all sales generated from ads and links placed on their website. It is a wonderful idea considering not many people have extra money to donate to charity but want to help others. It is evident that the downturn in the economy has taken a toll on various charities around the country. The Salvation Army has been flat all year not to mention donations at The United Way also have been short.
MyWorldTrader.com has made participation very easy to do. MyWorldTrader does not require membership. There is not any need to divulge sensitive information or e-mail addresses. Go to myworldtrader.com and find any retailer to shop from. Many well known retailers are available for you to choose from. There are Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Drugstore.com, Sears, Amazon.com, Stub Hub, eBay and many more. They also have links to identity theft protection, real estate services, and you can even apply for credit. Along with shopping MyWorldTrader.com has an abundant amount of investment related news and information.
"Many people could benefit greatly from the idea of donating a portion of sales to charity." said Roger A Hanson Jr. founder of MyWorldTrader. "I believe we can set up a new trend in alternative ways to donate." If you shop online and want to help charity then visit MyWorldTrader.com