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1 Simply Spirituality Simply Spirituality
This blog provides a simple, concise way toward understanding what spirituality means and how to apply it to your own life. The blogger, Penelope, defines spirituality very broadly as the search for meaning and how best to live one's life. In addition to monthly blog posts, the site offers mini-meditations and other sources.
2 Compassionate Action Network Compassionate Action Network
A website where members can form and participate in various groups that share a common vision for a compassionate world. There are almost 2,000 members and 36 groups that range from promoting compassion through music to a group focused on youth and compassion to stating a compassion campaign in your own city. The website also provides events, news stories and photos.
3 Compassion International Compassion International
CI is a Christian child advocacy ministry founded in the 1950s devoted to releasing children from all types of poverty and enabling them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults. It began with providing Korean War orphans with necessities as well as education and Christian training; today the organization helps more than 1 million children in 26 countries each of which is staffed by country residents. They achieve their goals through various types of sponsorship and partnership programs rooted in Christian child development and child advocacy, in some cases the process starts as early as prenatal care.
4 Compassion In World Farming Compassion In World Farming
CIWF is an organization founded in the 1960s that campaigns to end all cruel factory farming practices and ensure that all farm animals are treated with compassion and respect. Various campaigns include: bettering egg-laying hens living conditions, enforcement of EU laws prohibiting pig mutilation and deprivation of enrichments and preventing the loss of life of male dairy calves that are exported or shot at birth. The organization believes making progress in animal welfare depends on scientific research and the organization is recognized for its rational evidence-based solutions to animal welfare. The website also provides educational materials, shopping guides, fundraising information, photos, and publications on a range of topics.
5 Global Humanitarian Adventures Global Humanitarian Adventures
A nonprofit organization whose goal is to impact the world by engaging volunteers in international service work; GHA provides relief and assistance to needy people around the globe as well as training and motivating a new generation so they can grow up to be globally conscious citizens. GHA accomplishes this by partnering with international service agencies and establishing relationships in regions with long term projects for volunteer recruits from around the world to participate in. The organization is unique because it matches volunteers with a variety of opportunities that are not confined to one specific cause. Volunteers cover travel expenses and GHA partners with agencies, businesses and corporations to reduce the costs of facilities, housing, material goods and financing. Volunteer expedients last from 1 to 12 weeks and on the website you can read about the different types of opportunities. On the website you can also subscribe to a newsletter, read volunteer’s personal stories and donate to the organization.
6 Good Grief Good Grief
A non-profit organization committed to normalizing grief in our society while also aiding children in coping with loss through educational workshops and a year-round peer grief support center.
7 GriefNet.org GriefNet.org
- An internet community providing support for people dealing with death, grief and other major loss through e-mail support groups. There is a companion site geared towards bereaved children, KIDSAID.com that provides a space for kids to help each other, ask questions and get information.
8 Hearts In Motion Hearts In Motion
A nonprofit organization founded in 1990 with a mission to provide service care and medical treatment to children, families, and communities in the U.S., Central and South America. It achieves this through its programs and sponsorships; programs include, “sports in motion”, a physical therapy rehabilitation center, firefighter training, and an orphanage and a daycare in Guatemala. The organization has future plans for constructing more houses that have the capability to serve as a daycare for 20-30 and late as community centeres for adult education of nutrition, employment skills and parenting issues. On the site you can gather information about participating in mission trips, stateside community service opportunities, and how to get involved in other ways.
9 Humanitarian Efforts Reaching Out Humanitarian Efforts Reaching Out
A nonprofit volunteer organization whose mission is to provide medical care and education to people living in disease and poverty ridden regions of the world. Hero also provides companion animal support for those in need as well as spiritual support and guidance. The organization has been in Honduras for the past two years and is currently planning a medical mission to Tibetan refugee camps in India in early 2011. The goal of this trip is to establish a vaccination program as well as provide refugees with basic medical and dental care, nutritional support and education. The organization is always in need of more volunteers as well as monetary donations. Volunteers cover travel expenses but the organization still needs money to buy medical supplies, clothing, food, etc.
10 iSpot Compassion iSpot Compassion
An organization whose goal is to turn community service into a meaningful and transformative experience for teens that develops habits oriented toward making the world a better place. The website is divided into three categories: for parents, for teachers and for students. iSpot for parents provides a guide to help parents raise teens who care about making the world a better place. iSpot for educators provides a guide for and by teachers, counselors and group leaders on working to guide teens toward creating projects and keeping track of their community service projects. Finally, iSpot for students allows kids to create their own profile where they can upload pictures and videos, keep log of projects, start and join unlimited groups to connect and share ideas and tips, write a business plan and a print a community service transcript. You can also read about iSpot Compassion’s new campaign that launches in September, 2010.
11 Mindfulness Now Mindfulness Now
Mindfulness Now is an organization set up to promote the experience and understanding of mindfulness and compassion. The site includes research on mindfulness as well as mindfulness training.
12 Parents of Murdered Children, Inc. Parents of Murdered Children, Inc.
An organization that provides support and assistance to survivors of homicide victims and also works to reduce homicides. It offers emotional support, education, prevention, advocacy and awareness.
13 Random Acts of Kindness Foundation Random Acts of Kindness Foundation
A nonprofit organization established in 1995 as a resource for people committed to spreading kindness, the foundation is the United States’ delegate to the World Kindness Movement. On the website you can read inspirational stories, the health benefits of kindness and the newsletter. You can also share your kindness success stories by creating a website or participating in the discussion boards. The website offers a variety of resources for spreading kindness such as teacher lesson plans, activity ideas for the classroom or workplace, and ideas for how to get started in your own community. There is also a list of upcoming “kindness days”. The organization is privately held and funded and does not accept donations, grants or user fees nor do they provide financial assistance to individuals or organizations.
14 School For compassionate Action School For compassionate Action
An organization that provides training for healthcare providers, social workers, therapists, psychologists and yoga instructors by teaching a specialized approach for working with people in need and at risk. Classes are also available for at risk and in need populations. Training varies in intensity and can consist of workshops, classes, mentoring, internships and study. SCA's approach partners yoga, meditation and contemporary, contemplative psychology to address the needs of those with chronic pain, illness, trauma and addiction as well as at-risk youth. The school’s model and workshops are presented around the United States. To become involved with SCA you can invite the founder to a speaking engagement, host a workshop in your own community, hire a trained teacher or your organization can become a training site. On the website you can also sign up to receive the school’s newsletter and view a list of upcoming workshops.
15 Compassionate Friends Compassionate Friends
Compassionate Friends is an American organization focused on supporting families after the death of a child (at any age). There are chapters all over the nation where families can find support from other bereaved families. The national office also provides support on a number of levels.
16 Compassionate Life Compassionate Life
"An argument for compassion that is balanced yet persuasive -- and long overdue. This book ought to be a compulsory read for all." --ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
17 Compassion Movement Compassion Movement
This organization produces seminars, conferences and training intended to awaken the heart to the practice of compassion. Their definition of compassion is the ability to express God’s love even when we cannot comprehend the love in a particular person or situation. The Awakened Heart Workshop teaches romantic partners how to transform seeds of conflict into seeds of intimate connection. The Life Beyond Trauma conference provides trauma survivors, their partners, therapists and supporters a chance to join together for a renewal weekend. The organization also has an art competition; in which artwork is judged on how well it portrays “The Face of Compassion”. There is also a community page on the website where members can blog, chat and participate in forums.
18 Tifie Humanitarian Tifie Humanitarian
An organization founded in 2007 that is committed to “Teaching Individuals and Families Independence Through Enterprise”. The organization assists individuals in forming jobs in their own areas in order to eradicate poverty and create successful trade and commerce. They do this by joining people with the resources they need to create a successful enterprise as well as provide training and assistance in achieving this goal. Furthermore the organization sets up or improves distribution channels and works to transform struggling businesses into long-term self-sufficient enterprises. They also work to instill a culture of giving back to society once the efforts of running a successful business begin to materialize. On the website you can learn about various initiatives Tifie has participated in as well as read stories of hope, look at a photo gallery and meet the Tifie team.
19 Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)
): A tragedy assistance resource for anyone that has lost a military loved one regardless of relationship or circumstances of death. The organization provides comfort and care through services and programs such as peer-based emotional support, case work assistance, crisis intervention and grief resources.
20 Web of Compassion Web of Compassion
: This New Jersey based organization provides emergency funding for other nonprofit organizations that assist victims of natural and man-made disasters. They fulfill this mission through multicultural dance and music fundraisers. The most recent event was a salsa festival that took place in mid-July and raised money for victims of the Haitian earthquake. The Web of Compassion also provides dance workshops and raises money for youth programs in America such as "Baltimore Squash Wise", a Baltimore City nonprofit that combines squash instruction, academic tutoring and community service projects to empower under-served youth.
21 Amnesty International (AI) Amnesty International (AI)
With more than 2.2 million members and subscribers all over the world, AI is the largest human rights organization. They have been campaigning since 1961 for internationally recognized human rights for everyone. To accomplish this goal, they utilize tactics such as lobbying, exposing human rights violations, and promoting youth activism. Working to abolish the death penalty, torture, and ensuring fair and speedy trials for political prisoners are only a few things that Amnesty International does.
22 Center for International Humanitarian Cooperation (CIHC) Center for International Humanitarian Cooperation (CIHC)
A nonprofit organization founded in 1992 with the goal of promoting healing and peace in countries that have been hurt by natural disasters, armed conflicts and ethnic violence. The organization works to stimulate interest in humanitarian issues as well as providing various training programs for humanitarian workers and members of relief agencies. Programs range from learning how to deal with mental health issues to disaster management to negotiation techniques. On the website you can view the calendar of events for dates, locations and symposia of programs as well as read CIHC publications and browse their list of online resources. To accomplish their work the organization depends on the support of foundations and individuals through monetary donations and volunteer or interning work.
One of the world's largest private humanitarian organizations,CARE is committed to helping poor families and communities around the world. Their well-designed website has blogs, groups, frequent events and social networking.
24 Caritas Internationalis Caritas Internationalis
Caritas is a federation of nearly 200 Catholic relief, development, social service, and environmental organizations. They serve 100s of countries. The site has a huge array of resources, in either English, Spanish, or French.
25 Doctors without Borders Doctors without Borders
This website, www.dwb.org, represents the vast and important work of thousands of doctors who travel from dozens of countries to give their time and skill in delivering medical care to victims of major disasters of all kinds including wars. Their website is a good way to keep current with relief work around the world. It also provides access to medical information and other such resources.
26 Center for Contemplative Mind in Society Center for Contemplative Mind in Society
This site (ContemplativeMind.org) is the source of the well-known "Tree of Contemplative Practices." The Center has sponsored numerous events and publications based upon these events. The site is the center of the movement to promote contemplation practices in meditation.
27 Greater Good Science Center Greater Good Science Center
This center (greatergood.berkeley.edu) blends academic research with practical considerations related to compassion, happiness, pro-social behavior and similar issues. The website contains hundreds of articles, written primarily by psychologists, hundreds and hundreds of links to related websites, and numerous other resources.
28 International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
The ICRC (Red Cross) is a private humanitarian with an annual budget of over a billion dollars. The Geneva Conventions gave it authority to protect victims of armed conflict. Their website contains, among many other resources, a huge libary of International Humanitarian Law (IHL).
29 Oxfam International Oxfam International
Oxfam International is a confederation of 14 organizations working together with thousands of partners in more than 100 countries. One of the largest relief agencies, it seeks lasting solutions to poverty, suffering and injustice. Its website consolidates many Oxfam blogs as well as videos and pictures from activities of volunteers and aid workers.
30 Mindful Living with awareness and compassion Mindful Living with awareness and compassion
This website, mindful.org,launched in 2010 by Shambhala Sun Foundation, arguably has the largest asortment of articles and resources on the topic of mindfulness. Many leaders in the mindfulness movement are represented as authors.
31 International Volunteer HQ International Volunteer HQ
This organization arranges placements for 3,000 volunteers a year more than 20 developing countries. Jobs options for volunteers include teaching, medical work, HIV/Aids awareness, women empowerment, and sports. Lengths of participation range from 1 day to 6 months. The HQ is based in New Zealand.
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)works to ensure the survival, protection and development of children. It advocates for them in the allocation of resources of all types. UNICEF is particularly known for its relief work on behalf of childen.The agency was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in
33 UN Office for Coord. of Human. Affairs (OCHA) UN Office for Coord. of Human. Affairs (OCHA)
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)mobilizes and coordinate collective efforts to meet in a coherent and timely manner the
needs of those exposed to human suffering and material destruction in disasters and emergencies.
34 ReliefWeb ReliefWeb
ReliefWeb (http://www.reliefweb.int/) provides on its website a comprehensive
directory of humanitarian organisations, maps, and details about emergencies around the world. ReliefWeb is one of several OCHA websites.
35 International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT) International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT)
IRCT(www.irct.org/)is the organizational umbrella for more than 140 independent torture rehabilitation organisations in over 70 countries. The member organizations treat more than 100,000 torture survivors and their families per year. IRCT manages a popular page at http://www.facebook.com/WorldWithoutTorture

36 Headwaters Foundation for Justice Headwaters Foundation for Justice
Headwaters Foundation for Justice (http://www.headwatersfoundation.org/) is a Minnesota, USA organization that serves as a catalyst for social, racial, economic and environmental justice. They raise funds and give grants to community organizations, particularly to those associated with under-represented social groups.
37 Compassion in Politics Blog Compassion in Politics Blog
One of the more popular blogs that discusses compassion, this site (compassioninpolitics.wordpress.com) often presents issues of Christianity and topics on entrepreneurship, technology, and innovation. Attention to compassion is slim.
38 Compassion and Choices Compassion and Choices
This very popular site is devoted to sharing knowledge on palliative care for the terminally ill and how to ease the transition. It is helpful for caregivers as well.
39 Altruists International Altruists International
Altruists International promotes altruism by helping volunteers work together and by encouraging people to think more about the welfare of others, not about what they can get from other people, but what they can give to them. The website has a wide variety of resources on the subject and several projects underway.
40 American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP) American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP)
The American Institute of Philanthropy (AIP), a nonprofit charity watchdog and information service, maximizes the effectiveness charities by evaluating them and making the data freely available. Over 500 charities are rated in AIP's Charity Rating Guide & Watchdog Report. Their website address is www.charitywatch.org.

41 Betterplace.org Betterplace.org
Betterplace.org is an open platform on which anyone can upload their project. On betterplace.org you find social projects from around the world or in your own neighbourhood. Projects can be directly supported by offering donations in money, in-kind, know-how, or time, as either an individual or a company.
42 Caring Bridge Caring Bridge
CaringBridge provides free websites that connect people experiencing a significant health challenge to family and friends, making difficult health episodes easier. For example, a hospitalized person can give single progress reports, not having to manage the burden of phone calls or lots of emails. Friends can leave messages of compassion on the website.
43 Charity Navigator Charity Navigator
Charity Navigator, America's premier independent charity evaluator, works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of over 5,500 of America's largest charities.
44 Compassionate Citizen Program Compassionate Citizen Program
The Compassionate Citizen Program (compassionatecitizen.com) is a curricular program to help students better understand and appreciate animals and human beings. It emphasizes the Golden Rule. 540 schools in India have adopted it.
45 Compassionate Kids Compassionate Kids
This organization based in Atlanta, GA, USA promotes teaching children compassion towards the earth and animals, as well as people.The website has ideas based upon this instructional philosophy.
46 Compassionate Mind Foundation Compassionate Mind Foundation
The Compassionate Mind Foundation was founded by Paul Gilbert, author of Compassionate Mind, one of the best books on compassion ever written. The website promotes research and collaboration on compassion-related topics. It also facilitates discussions among those using compassion in clinical work. It has a wide variety of resources available on the site.
47 Compassion Space Compassion Space
Compassion Space is a rather rudimentary website of resources regarding compassion theory and practice. A variety of resrouces can be found on the site
48 Do Something Do Something
Do Something (.org) is one of the largest organizations in the US that helps young people promote causes they care about. Volunteerism is a key thrust. DoSomething.org uses the web, television, mobile, and pop culture to inspire, empower, and celebrate a generation of teenagers who recognize the need to do something and then take action. Youth can select a cause and then get a menu of optional actions to take, e.g., write a letter or engage in an activity.

49 Idealist Idealist
Idealist connects people, organizations, and resources to help build a world where all people can live free and dignified lives.They help find practical solutions to social and environmental problems, in a spirit of generosity and mutual respect.
Idealist is independent of any government, political ideology, or religious creed.
50 Jumo Jumo
Jumo is “an online platform to connect individuals and organizations working to change the world.” It's mission is to recruit donations and volunteers for existing nonprofit causes.Organizations apply for listing and individuals can sign up to follow them. This innovative site was lunched November 2010.
51 Razoo Razoo
Razoo.com is an organization of a staff of about a dozen, a database of over a million nonprofits, and a large membership of donors. Already in a short time, over $35 million USD has been raised for these organizations.
52 Food For The Poor Food For The Poor
Food For The Poor is the third-largest international relief and development charity in the United States, feeding 2 million poor every day. A Christian organization, it concentrates its resouces on Latin America and the Caribbean
53 Alternative Energy Alternative Energy
Alternative Energy provides news and information resources about renewable energy technologies. It is designed to raise public awareness and debate about these technologies. The site provides a collection of discussions information, media and news promoting research on the development of renewal energy technologies.
54 CareGiving.com CareGiving.com
Caregiving.com provides support and information to family caregivers. It features blogs written by caregivers, online support groups, "webinars" as well as web events designed to be entertaining as well as encouraging.
55 Caring Capital Corporation Caring Capital Corporation
The Caring Capital Corporation's mission is to develop profitable companies that focus on making a positive difference and impact in the world. On this website you can look through current projects the company is invested in, learn how to make your company a partner with the Caring Capital Corporation and learn about investing in Caring Capital.
56 The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education
Project Compassion's goal is to create a community of scholars and researchers to gain a deeper understanding of compassion and its associated human behaviors. The project is engaged with Buddhist and other contemplative traditions. On the website you can read about different areas of current research, read and participate in forums, watch related videos, and read about news and upcoming events.
57 The Center for Victims of Torture The Center for Victims of Torture
The Center for Victims of Torture aims to build healing communities where torture victims feel welcome, protected and healed. The organization accomplishes this by providing services to torture survivors, support to professionals and organizations working with torture survivors, advocate for policy building initiatives and research the effects of as well as effective treatments for torture. On the site you can learn about services available to survivors, gain information on training opportunities and learn about torture and the current research on the subject.
58 Character Education Partnership Character Education Partnership
The Character Education Partnership is a coalition of organizations based in D.C. that works to promote character education in schools. On the website you can learn about what CEP does, read about various programs the partnership offers, and access lesson plans and activities provided by CEP schools.
59 Character Counts! Character Counts!
Character Counts is a character education program implemented by the Josephson Institute of Ethics. The program is a framework based on 6 main values. On the website you can access training for using the program, get materials, sign up to receive a newsletter, as well as learn about other programs administered by the Josephson Institute.
60 Common Good Common Good
Common Good is a non-profit, non-partisan legal reform coalition committed to developing practical solutions to restore reliability in the legal system by conducting polls, hosting forums and engaging in communications with leaders in various areas of public policy. On the website you can subscribe to the e-newsletter, contribute relevant news stories, learn about current issues in policy reform and share your own stories.
61 Compassion Bloggers Compassion Bloggers
CompassionBloggers is one of Compassion International's, a Christian child advocacy ministry, websites. The organization is partnering with bloggers to raise awareness of child poverty and how individuals can help. On the website you can join the list of bloggers linked up to Compassion International, read blogs, learn about future ministry trips and other ways to get involved in the cause.
62 Compassion Lab Compassion Lab
Compassion lab consists of a group of researchers working in business schools working to create a perspective on organizations as sites for the development and expression of compassion. The website offers lists of publications, past presentations, and related websites and research projects.
63 Environmental Defense Fund Environmental Defense Fund
The Environmental Defense Fund is a non-profit organization that partners with businesses, governments and communities to find solutions to today's environmental issues. On their website you can learn about current issues and what is being done about them as well as learn about ways you as an individual can make a difference.
64 Ethics Resource Center Ethics Resource Center
The Ethics Resource Center is a non profit research organization committed to research that advances ethical standards and practices. Researchers analyze current and emerging issues as well as conducting surveys. On the organization's website you can learn about current research as well as access various resources including ERC webcasts and publications.
65 EthicsWorld.org EthicsWorld.org
Ethicsworld.org provides a space for people to learn about critical issues regarding institutional governance, business ethics and anti-corruption as well as participate in forums. The website is divided into 4 subsections: Ethics and Employees, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility and Public Sector Governances, each with an abundance of information about the topic.
66 Global Exchange Global Exchange
The Global Exchange is a education and action resource center that believes that to advance social, economic and environmental justice the global economy must be transformed from profit to people centered. On the website you can learn about Global Exchange's current campaigns, access resources to educate yourself about the issues and learn about taking a "reality tour" with global exchange in which you travel to another country to examine a situation first hand.
67 Greenpeace Greenpeace
Greenpeace is a campaigning organization seeking solutions for environmental issues by bearing witness to environmental destruction, raising the level and quality of public debate and promoting open, informed debate. On the website you can learn about areas of focus, read blogs, and learn about opportunities to take action.
68 Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is a non profit Christian ministry that builds families simple, affordable houses for low-income families around the world. The disaster response program works to help families affected by natural disasters, war and civil unrest recover by providing shelter and housing solutions. The organization's website provides opportunities for individuals to get involved, various ways to support the organization and information on projects around the world.
69 Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch is an independent organization dedicated to protecting and defending human rights around the globe by bringing attention to injustices and holding the oppressors accountable for their actions. The organization publishes reports on more than 90 countries every year generating local and international media coverage. Visitors to the website can learn about ongoing Human Rights Watch work in different regions of the world, read about success stories, and access related news and publications.
70 The Hunger Project The Hunger Project
The Hunger Project is a global organization that seeks to end hunger and poverty by empowering individuals on a local level. The organization does work in Latin America, Africa and Asia and is partnered with various countries around the world including the U.S.,Japan and Sweden. On their website you can learn about work in specific countries, read about the Hunger Project in the news, and learn about ways to get involved in the project.
71 The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love
The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love uses the methods of the Social Sciences, Humanities and Biological Sciences to better understand Unlimited Love in a variety of ways ranging from the experience of Unlimited Love to the consequences of it including the feelings it evokes in individuals. On the website you can explore current research, previous research results, and access educational resources.
72 Kickstarter Kickstarter
Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects in which a project must get fully funded or no money changes hands. On the website you can browse current projects looking for funding, pledge funds to projects and start a project of your own to raise funding for. There is also a blog full of interviews, tips and updates from the Kickstarter team.
73 Mind and Life Institute Mind and Life Institute
The Mind and Life Institute aims to relieve human suffering and advance well-being by investigating into the human mind with a combination of first person knowledge from the world's contemplative traditions and contemporary scientific research. The website provides information on the Summer Research Institute and how to apply as well as information on past research awards and publications.
74 Center for Mindfulness and Justice Center for Mindfulness and Justice
The Mindfulness and Justice Center provides mindfulness instruction, lectures as well as organizational consulting and training for all sorts of criminal justice professionals. The center also provides mentoring and group retreats for mindfulness practitioners. The center was started by Cheri Maples whose lectures appear on this website. On the website you can hear, rather than read, the lectures and also access other mindfulness resources.
75 National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs
The NCTTP is a U.S. based network of programs devoted to advancing knowledge, technical capacities and resources available for the care of torture survivors while also working to prevent torture around the globe. The website provides facts and figures relating to torture, a directory of member centers around the U.S., and resources and publications about torture and survivors.
76 Network For Good Network For Good
Network For Good is a website that allows individuals to support charities online and provides a space for charities to attract resources online. On the website you can donate to over a million charities as well as search for volunteer opportunities in your community and fund-raise for a cause. You can also purchase a "Good Card" which the recipient can use to give to any charity.