Sunday, November 6, 2011

Remembrance Day 2011

Remembrance Day is a day on which people and governments from many countries honour the sacrifice of men and women who gave their lives in the line of duty. A special day, November 11th, is observed since World War I.

In Canada, the Poppy flower has become a popular symbol in remembering this special day. It has its roots in the poem, In Flanders Fields. Poppies which grew all over the battlefields of Flander, their bright red colour representing the blood that was shed during the war.

Lest we forget, let's take the time to remember these fallen men and women. And more importantly, let's try and help veterans who are alive today and struggling to make ends meet. The Veteran's Site is one of the easiest ways I've found to support veterans just by the power of our clicks. Thanks for supporting veterans!

Saturday, July 2, 2011

The Veteran's Site

Help Veterans! The Veterans Site
The Veteran's Site is an innovative website which is focused on helping homeless and hungry veterans. Launched in March 2011, by founders Tim Kunin and Greg Hesterberg, the site has already helped hundreds of veterans in need.

The Veteran's Site works on the "Click-to-Give" concept of giving which makes it easy for people like you and me to make a difference without having to donate a cent. All we do to help out with our clicks on a regular basis. This is how the Veteran's Site works:

  1. You click daily at The Veteran's Site;
  2. Sponsors pay for nutritious meals;
  3. Needy veterans are fed and cared for.

You can learn more about the Veteran's Site and see how your clicks make a difference in the lives of veterans in need.

Thanks in advance for your support!

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The Hunger Site Results 2010

The Hunger Site
The Hunger Site was established in 2001 to help feed the hungry across the world. Since then, they have expanded into supporting other worthwhile causes like the Animal Rescue Site, the Rainforest Site, the Child Literacy Site, the Breast Cancer Site, the Child Health Site and more recently the Veteran's Site.

These "Click-to-Give" sites harness the power of the internet with the support of people like you and me along with site advertising partners to help raise funds in order to support the above mentioned causes.

Essentially, it does not cost us (the clicking supporters) a cent to make a difference. All we do is visit the respective websites and click the appropriate "Click-to-Give" buttons. It literally takes less than a minute to click each day.

If you'd like to learn more about supporting any or all of the above causes, click here. This blog post is specifically to show you the impact and results of supporters clicking everyday for each of the above causes in the year 2010. As you will see from the table below, it has made a significant impact in helping the less fortunate:


I hope you will continue to support these worthy causes and help make a difference in the lives of millions across the world. Thanks in advance for your support and feel free to share this with your family and friends...God bless!

Results Source: The Hunger Site

Monday, April 4, 2011

Protecting Our Environment with CLICKS

The Rainforest Site
Protecting the environment is everyone's responsibility. The earth is our temporary home, just like our own house. We do everything we can to keep our homes safe and protect it from pollution, germs, intrusion and outside forces that can harm our environment, so it's important to treat the earth in the same way.

Over the years, we humans have drastically changed our environment in a negative way so as to cause severe forms of pollution, degradation of our soil, shifts in weather patterns, endangered natural habitat and caused major damage to our own well-being.

Needless to say, it's our responsibility to step up to the plate and do whatever we can to make a difference in protection our environment. There are many organizations that have already risen to the occasion in doing so. Most of these organizations need money to do their work.

With the economy the way it is, many people have found it challenging to donate money to these organization to help them with their mandate. However, the Rainforest Site has made it so easy for all of us to do our part by JUST CLICKING daily.

That's right, by our simple clicks of our mouse, we can help raise funds to protect our environment. I've created a separate SQUIDOO LENS to explain how this innovative concept works. Let's all make a difference and make our click count...thanks in advance for your support!

The Rainforest Site

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Helping Japan in Disaster Relief Efforts

On March 11, 2011, Japan was hit with one of the worst earthquakes of its history, a magnitude 8.9, which caused damage of catastrophic proportions in the northeastern area of the country.

The epicenter of the earthquake was in Sendai. It was followed by several aftershocks and a major tsunami which wiped out everything in its path.

This has caused incalculable devastation to the people of Japan who are still reeling from the aftermath. Many countries and organizations are working towards helping the Japanese through this crisis and help minimize the pain.

The World Soccer Shop has launched a new Japan United T-Shirt in support of the recent events and 100% of the proceeds from the sale of these T-Shirts will support Red Cross disaster relief efforts in Japan.

To keep up-to-date on the relief efforts and other resources related to the 2011 Japan crisis, you can visit the Google Crisis Response website. Your support, big and small, is greatly appreciated...God bless!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Missing Child Alert Community

Missing children is a growing problem in our world today. In the US alone, as per stats from NCMEC, around 800,000 children under the age of 18 go missing in a year.

The Missing Child Alert System is designed to send an instant alert as soon as a child is reported missing to members within a 100 mile radius.

There is no cost to become a member of the Global Missing Child Alert Community. Also, the browser button is certified free of malware, spyware or any other malicious components.

Basically, once you add the Child Alert button to your browser (computer or smart phone), you become a member of this global community. Anytime, a child is reported missing, you will receive an alert and can accordingly respond.

If we all are part of this global community, we can make a huge difference in a missing child’s life. You can CLICK HERE, to learn more about this Global Alert Community. Thanks in advance for your support!

Monday, January 31, 2011

The Animal Rescue Site: Care for Abandoned Animals

The Animal Rescue Site
The Animal Rescue Site is a philanthropic website which focuses its efforts in helping care for abandoned and abused animals and pets.

Established in July 2002, the site helps provide food and care for the thousands of animals in shelters by harnessing the power of the internet.

The best thing about this online charity is that supporters can help rescued animals with their clicks. There is no donation required on your part. You basically click everyday and sponsors pay for food and care to help animals in shelters.

To learn more about how this legitimate site works, CLICK HERE to visit my Squidoo lens which explains in detail how your click can go a long way.

Thanks in advance for your support!