Giving U is all about “smart philanthropy” – how to contribute to the charities and causes we care about and how to do it in a way that’s most effective.
One way to do this is by engaging with our communities on a personal level by volunteering our time, sharing our knowledge, sharing ourselves!
And here’s how we can do it:
What are you waiting for? Join in the *fun* of philanthropy!
Project PEARLS helps underprivileged children in Ulingan, a slum in Manila.
We just raised $745 to help feed nearly 4,500 children with hot nutritious meals for 15 days.
Read all about the Project PEARLS campaign here:
Lebanon is one of the most complex countries I’ve visited, which made volunteering there especially stimulating (if not a little scary at times).
Read more about this quintessential volunteer experience on the website MeetPlanGo…
I’ve run into tons of people who want to visit Antarctica but can’t pay for it. There’s an answer: penguin counting.
The “Antarctica Site Inventory,” is run by the National Science Foundation. Read more about this important work and watch the penguin video!
This is a primer on the basics of personal philanthropy. I address the nuts & bolts of how to make a donation, where to give and why.
Overall, I want us donors to make better, more informed decisions about our charitable gifts.
Below is the complete list of GoErinGo! Fund gifts through March 18, 2013.
Please note: additional gifts have been made outside of the fund under the Go Erin Go name and may not be reflected in this overview.
Water is one of the most pressing issues in the world today –that’s why I’ve chosen Drop in the Bucket as the beneficiary of my Project for Awesome!
Drop in the Bucket is a nonprofit organization that has built nearly 100 wells in East Africa. These wells provide clean, safe … read more!