Cliquear para salvar la tierra
Thread poster: Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
Visitando el sitio de Ecology Fund, podemos contribuir grandemente a la preservación del planeta. Se puede hacer diariamente y es GRATIS.
Espero que muchos de ustedes estén interesados y se hagan de un minuto para colaborar.
Hasta la fecha se han salvado 25 millas cuadradas de tierra en diferentes lugares del planeta.
EcologyFund is owned and operated by Click2Aid.com and CharityUSA.comLLC as a way to get new funds for critical habitat and wilderness preservation using the power of the internet. When you \"click to give\" our sponsors pay the project you selected to preserve the number of square feet shown by each project. You pay nothing. To maximize the contribution, click on each project every day. If you register, CharityUSA will donate 500 square feet of wilderness in your name, and will keep a running tally for you of all the land you have preserved. Other sites owned by CharityUSA and operated by Click2Aid.com are The Hunger Site, The Breast Cancer Site, The Rainforest Site, and GreaterGood.com.
All monies from sponsorships generated on EcologyFund go to purchase and protect wild lands. Sponsors are interested in supporting wilderness preservation for the same reasons we are: 1) its good for the environment, 2) our advertising budgets can do double duty and accomplish something important, and 3) the best form of public relations is good work. If you click and visit a sponsor\'s site it will usually double their contribution. Clicks to site advertisers in our Special Donations section will save additional land or plant trees. Certain actions (ordering free catalogs or registering for free) will save even more land or plant additional trees through our Rainforest Rewards section. Shopping through Shop For Acres will save an average of 50 square feet per dollar spent. The average amount of land protected through each action of the site is always specified. A breakdown of the amount contributed is listed in our totals section.
Tim Kunin is a life long lover of wilderness, who has canoed and hiked for thousands of miles in the United States, Canada, and Patagonia. He started working for environmental causes at the University of Michigan, where he met his business partners Dave DeVarti (SGI Publications) and Greg Hesterberg (SGI and CharityMall.com) while working on the Michigan Bottle Bill ballot campaign of 1976. As part of that effort, Tim walked 200 miles across the state, to publicize the need for recycling. Tim developed EcologyFund as a new way for Internet users to contribute to wilderness preservation.
\"Preserving the wild parts of the planet is an important legacy we can leave our children. EcologyFund allows each person to save a little wilderness everyday. These donations add up, so that each person can save more than an acre a year. With thousands of people clicking every day, we will be able to save tens of thousands of acres of critical wilderness habitat every year.\"
Greg Hesterberg was chairman of two statewide consumer and environmental organizations (MaryPIRG and PIRGIM), while in college. He met his future business partners while coordinating work on the successful Michigan Bottle Bill. After 20 years running a successful local publishing firm, SGI Publications, he developed CharityMall.com as a way to use the Internet to benefit charities.
| || || |
To report site rules violations or get help, contact a site moderator:
You can also contact site staff by submitting a support request »
Cliquear para salvar la tierra
|Translation Toolkit and Sales Potential under One Roof|
Apart from features that enable you to translate more efficiently, the new Across Translator Edition v6.3 comprises your crossMarket membership.
The new online network for Across users assists you in exploring new sales potential and generating revenue.
More info »
|Manage your TMs and Terms ... and boost your translation business|
Are you ready for something fresh in the industry? TM-Town is a unique new site for you -- the freelance translator -- to store, manage and share translation memories (TMs) and glossaries...and potentially meet new clients on the basis of your prior work.
More info »