By Lisa Patrick on
Friday, December 21, 2007 7:00 PM
With the spirit of good will all around us during the holidays, it seems fitting to write about making charitable donations. Times sure have changed, and our donations don’t only consist of putting our spare change in the Salvation Army’s red bucket outside our local grocery store during the months of November and December. Thanks to creative new ideas, the internet has become a great resource for finding new donors.
You can help your favorite charity year round by placing a charity badge on your website, which is a catchy name for a widget on your site that lets others who visit the site have the opportunity to donate the charity with just a few clicks of their mouse. Network for Good explains a charity badge by saying, “A Charity Badge allows you to raise awareness and money for any cause you care about with a badge on your blog, social networking site or web page. You can personalize the badge with a photo, video...
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