An unidentified refugee receives medical treatment during his hunger strike in front of the Brandenburg gate in Berlin October 16, 2013.
GreaterGood celebrates a wonderful milestone in their charitable endeavour. $30 million have already been registered through charity. The charity has been raised through their different Web sites. GreaterGood owns one of the most successful non-profit organisations called The Hunger Site.
The huge amount collected is now going to be used for causes like breast cancer, autism research and therapy, hunger, diabetes and several philanthropic causes all around the world. The Web sites which are run by GreaterGood will celebrate this unique feat throughout November. There will be promotions for the stores. Every item that is sold through the Web sites will be added to the amount for the causes.
People can choose programmes according to their choices. That is what makes it possible for people to learn that 100 per cent of the donation amount goes to the selected programme. In the month of November, some fun information such as videos, petitions and news will also be provided. All these efforts have been instrumental in collecting the $30-million mark.
The Hunger Site, one of the most successful Web sites by GreaterGood, happens to be the original click-to-donate Web site which was created in 1999. Visitors to the Web site click a specific button on the Web site (which visitors can do only once every day); it is equivalent to 1.1 cups of food dedicated for becoming a small step to the eradication of hunger in the world.
Tim Kunin, the CEO of GreaterGood, issued a statement on the Web site of the organisation, explaining its mission. The statement says that GreaterGood attempts to become the greatest online place for product sales, online activism and donations. The products of GreaterGood are inspiring, it says. The unique range of gifts includes paw prints, peace items and pink ribbons.
The buyers of those products happen to be from more than 50 nations all over the globe. These products are made in such a way that it gives a sustainable nature. Those are also related to the issues the organisation works on.