July 7, 2017
Harnessing the growing popularity of online searches, GoodSearch.com automatically contributes cash to more than 63,000 non-profit organizations and schools. More than 100 new charitable groups join GoodSearch.com daily.
Users searching the Internet with GoodSearch.com choose one of the participating non-profit organizations or schools from a drop-down list immediately below the search keyword entry field.
Based on their total number of eligible searches, the charity or school receives half of the ad-click earnings that GoodSearch.com receives from online advertisers.
Contributions to International Charitable Causes
GoodSearch.com supports a vast range of charitable organizations which must be registered in the United States. However, many participating groups also support a global cause like providing international disaster relief to Darfur and Burma or ensuring the humanitarian rights of Tibetans and women. The list below identifies some of the internationally focused organizations and the amount of revenue that GoodSearch.com has contributed to date.
Contributions to Charities Based in New York City
The following list identifies some of the leading non-profit organizations in America’s largest city, New York City, to which GoodSearch.com has contributed.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation uses its funds to research treatments to benefit the estimated 6 million people living with Parkinson’s disease worldwide. Broadway Cares raises money to provide services to patients with illnesses related to the global AIDS epidemic.
*American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
GoodSearch.com Attracts Global Web Traffic
Over 820,000 users from around the world visit the GoodSearch.com home page during an average month and generate 2.9 million searches. Web traffic statistics from Alexa.com and quantcast.com also show that 88% of GoodSearch.com users are located in the United States while 12% (100,000 users) come from countries other than America. The latter statistics reflects the global scope of the charities to which GoodSearch.com contributes.
Celebrities Support GoodSearch.com
Putting a human face to GoodSearch.com initiatives, many celebrities appear in videos to promote GoodSearch.com and their favorite participating charities. Contributing stars include Hollywood actress Jessica Biel and musician Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20. Topping Jennifer Biel’s list of movie credits are The Illusionist and I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. Singer-songwriter Rob Thomas is perhaps best known for co-writing and performing the Carlos Santana triple-platinum smash hit titled Smooth.
GoodSearch.com Success Stories
While acknowledging the technical excellence of their Yahoo-powered search engine, the Rambergs are more focused on how GoodSearch.com-generated cash contributions have helped people in need.
Examples of this assistance include: