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Do Good for the environment

Submitted by on Thursday, 28 January 2010 Loading Add to favourites  No Comment

dogoodFed up of seeing uninteresting advertising on your browser?

DoGood, located in Canada is a simple initiative which helps you make a difference!

With DoGood, it’s easy to turn your every day web browsing into donations that support green initiatives and movements for positive social change.

You won’t notice any difference at all to your browsing experience, and it doesn’t cost anything. All you need to do is download the free DoGooder browser and get surfing!

Launched in October 2009, the DoGooder browser replaces any generic advertising you see on the internet with health and wellness ideas, philanthropic calls for actions and green related initiatives. 50% of the profits generated from advertising is paid to charity, green initiatives and non-profit organisations.

You’ll see a green leaf and points at the bottom of your screen – this shows how much money you are generating for donations while you are browsing.

As many of us don’t like changes or disruptions to our ordered lives, DoGooder is a great way to give back to causes without changing a single thing about your daily routine!

What about you? Would you rather see uplifting messages, tips and adverts for worthy causes or don’t you mind generic browser adverts?

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