Your Internet searches can help cure cancer

December 5, 2006 at 11:42 pm 1 comment

Or help save the environment, or help find homes for abandoned pets, or raise money for your favorite school. How? It’s easy, simply change your default search engine to GoodSearch.com.

GoodSearch

Ken and J.J. Ramberg started GoodSearch to make it easy for us to raise money for worthwhile causes and organizations. GoodSearch donates 50% of the money raised from ad-generated revenue to charities and schools designated by its users. You can even specify which charity or organization you wish to give to. The search engine itself is powered by Yahoo and you can add a GoodSearch toolbar to either Internet Explorer or Firefox.

Let’s all try to use GoodSearch for at least a few searches a week.

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  • 1. Joanie  |  December 7, 2006 at 1:54 am

    What a great idea! I’ll hook up a shortcut.

    Reply

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