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Internet search engine that helps charities

Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
edited 11 December, 2006 in Plus Informational
Meows, my Human saw this link in the SPCA\'s newslwetter: http://www.goodsearch.com It\'s an Internet Search engine powered by Yahoo and every time you use it, money gets doanted to the charity of your choice. My local SPCA is participating in this search engine. If you enter \"animals\" into the Who do you GoodSearch For? search bar, you\'ll all the animal related charites in the US that are participating. Select the charity of your choice and start searching the web :)

Comments

  • Hazel_LucyHazel_Lucy PurrsvilleMember Posts: 6,156 ✭✭✭
    edited 25 November, 2006
    Great idea, Merlin! Thanks for the link!
  • alicia casteloalicia castelo Member Posts: 747
    edited 25 November, 2006
    I did the cat hermitage no kill cat shelter where they take care of over 400 cats needing homes.
  • Hazel_LucyHazel_Lucy PurrsvilleMember Posts: 6,156 ✭✭✭
    edited 11 December, 2006
    Thanks for the info. I registered 2 of my favorite no-kill shelters, and can alternate between them. Great idea.
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