5 Ways To Do Charity On The Go
The holidays are a time for giving and I have the perfect apps to enable you to give to a worthy cause. Nothing makes us feel quite as warm and fuzzy than knowing that we made the world a little bit better and here are 5 apps to do it!
A traditional donation app, GiveEasy allows you to pick a charity of your choice from the list and donate. Simple and straight-forward. Commence warm fuzzy feelings.
All those pictures you snap of your daily coffee, your new gadget, or a good old selfie; they can now be used for good! Donate a Photo is an app developed by Johnson & Johnson that allows you to donate one photo a day to the charity of your choice. For each photo that is received, Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 to your charity. Which means instead of money, you’re donating photos. Which means you don’t spend a dime!
Working out is so important. Working off all that holiday feasting? Even more important. Working off that holiday feasting AND giving back to charity? Win-win-win. Charity Miles allows you to choose a charity, work-off those calories, and every mile traveled gives you cold hard cash to put towards the charity of your choice. 10 cents per mile for bikers; 25 cents per mile for walkers & runners. Working out never felt so good.
Check-in for Good
Check-in to a business promoting your cause and that business donates $1 to that cause. Not only does the cause receive a donation, but you can also receive exclusive deals from that business. Plan on doing a lot of holiday shopping? Sounds to me like you’ll be visiting a lot of businesses!
It’s holiday game time. Whether it’s a group challenge of charades or individual challenge at Mario Kart, Budge Challenge is a great way to get competitive and give to a worthy cause. Set a monetary stake for a challenge and the loser antes up the money to charity. Losing never felt so warm and fuzzy.
Whether it’s running a mile or winning a bet, these mobile apps make it easy to schedule some charity into your busy holiday schedule. What charities do you hold dear to your heart?