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The Life You Can Save - Book Review
Princeton professor Peter Singer explains how individuals who are not tragically poor have the power to save the lives of those who are in his latest book, “The Life You Can Save.” He even argues that we have more than the power to do so, but the responsibility as well.
The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty
AIG Bonuses Could Feed 3 Million Children
There’s an awful lot of money being tossed around these days. The latest, the $165 million in bonuses for failed company AIG, could feed 3 million hungry children for an entire year! Buy a "Feed 1 Bag" and your purchase can feed one hungry child for one year.
Slumdog Millionaire Inspires Donations
The Oscar-winning movie has opened the world’s eyes, and its wallets, to help the millions of homeless and abused children living in the slums of India.
Musicians Band Together for War-Stricken Children
War Child, the international organization dedicated to assisting young victims of war around the world, just released its fifth charity album, “Heroes.” Can you remember the very first musical charity event? Hint: it’s not “Live Aid.”
Buy for Charity
Companies who have products and services to sell hope to attract issues-oriented customers by using part of the purchase price to make a charitable donation. Charitable organizations benefit by increased financial support and awareness.
The latest in the Buy One, Give One Arena
Check out some of the latest “buy one, give one” and other cause-related marketing promotions that help filter products or dollars into various charitable organizations.
Have Fun, Raise Funds!
Sites like the hugely successful FreeRice.com enable folks to play some fun and educational games while donating food and water to tragically poor people across the globe.
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