Google’s Earth Day Donations

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EarthThis year, Google is expanding their plans for Earth Day by organizing a donations system that is linked into their Google Maps technology. Google’s Earth Day Donations allows you to donate to an environmental organization on behalf of yourself, your friends, or your family, and then Google will send you a personalized Google Map showing your donation from your location. Assuming that your friends and family “pay it forward”, you will be able to see your donation spread, and to appreciate the chain reaction that your donation will have caused. It’s a cool idea, and a great incentive to be generous this Earth Day. Keep reading after the cut for a list of participating Non-Profits.

Acterra
Arbor Day Foundation
Cal Cars
Clean Air-Cool Planet
Earth Watch Institute
Keep America Beautiful
Oceana
Rainforest Alliance
Seacology
The Nature Conservancy
Trees, Water and People
Wildlife Conservation Society

To find out more about any of these NPOs, click on their link above, and considering giving on a friend or family member’s behalf next week.

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