Want to help someone?

May 8, 2007 at 10:39 pm 1 comment

My friends have started a really great new not-for-profit organization. It’s called Giving Anonymously. How many times have you wanted to send a brother, sister, parent or friend a little money to help them out, but you just knew they wouldn’t accept money from you. Too often pride and worries of feeling beholden can get in the way of accepting help in the form of money from friends and family. But now there is a very easy way to prevent this from being a problem. With Giving Anonymously, you can simply go to the site, enter the recipient’s information and the amount you want to send. Then you can pay by credit card. Giving Anonymously, will physically write a check from Giving Anonymously and send it the recipient with a nice letter saying that someone cares and wants to help. But the recipient never knows who sent them money. The letter they receive contains an option for the recipient to call the Giving Anonymously voice mail system and leave a thank you message, which will be emailed to the sender as an mp3 file, keeping the gift totally anonymous.


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. nate  |  May 10, 2007 at 11:55 pm

    Andrew, I just found your blog while looking at who was linking to Giving Anonymously.

    I appreciate the link and the review. That was very nice/cool of you. Thanks!


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