Instead believes that, with the right opportunities, everyone can be a philanthropist. By partnering with key non-profits, instead provides a way to make small donations; usually in the amount of $3 and $5. These small donations make life changing, and sometimes life saving, differences to people in need. Think 'I'm not buying coffee today so some dude can provide clean water to his family for a day'. Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above. This site discovered by our friends at allmyfaves.com
Need inspiration? Read and watch. For U.S. Marine Sgt. Winston Fiore, it was a news article about the International Children’s Surgical Foundation (ICSF) and Dr. Geoff Williams, who provides free facial-reconstructive surgeries for children with cleft lips/palates in developing countries. Fiore's story is documented at SmileTrek.org
The Fisher House program is a unique private-public partnership that supports America's military in their time of need. The program recognizes the special sacrifices of our men and women in uniform and the hardships of military service by meeting a humanitarian need beyond that normally provided by the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs.
Olla Condoms sent Facebook users unsolicited friend requests from their yet-to-be-born sons — but is was a violation of Facebook policy. As reported by Mashable: The promo video for the “Unexpected Babies” campaign from Brazilian agency Age Isobar details the ad’s concept: Take a male user’s name, create a new profile using that name with “Jr.” tacked on the end, and send a friend request to the unsuspecting user. When he visits his virtual son’s profile, he sees a condom ad from Brazil-based Olla. Facebook, however, expressly forbids fake profiles. The condom ad campaign appears to violate several policies found under “Registration and Account Security” in Facebook’s Terms. And