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Does Japan Really Need Our Donations?

The world is going all out to donate for Japan’s disaster response. This is obviously a very natural response from people as they witness Japan struggle from the horrific devastation caused by the series of disasters. But does Japan really need our donations? Read more

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The Role of Big Brands in Raising Funds for Japan

In addition to international aid agencies rushing to raise funds for Japan’s disaster response, many big brands too have jumped in to raise millions. Read how the brands involved are raising funds and what’s happening with the money being raised. Read more

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Zynga’s Virtual Goods Raise Money for Japan Earthquake Relief

Zynga is giving its 250 million players a chance to help towards earthquake relief efforts in Japan. through limited edition virtual goods in FarmVille, CityVille and other Zynga games. 100% of purchases are being donated to Save The Children who are supporting relief efforts for children affected by the Japan earthquake. Read more

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Top 3 Disruptive Social Innovations for 2011

The year 2010 saw the coming of age for investment and technology within the social sector. Socially oriented Venture Capital funds are making investment in companies that adopt a market based approach to solving problems … Read more

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Farmville players using virtual goods for social good

Zynga the social gaming company that invented the popular Farmville and many other internet based games is focused on changing the world through virtual social goods. Players purchase social goods within Zynga games and the income from the sales goes to support social initiatives around the world. The current projects being supported are Haiti Earthquake Rehabilitation including building a school, support to water.org and world food programme to provide clean drinking water and food to poor globally and US specific initiatives through support of Save the Children, SPCA and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. Read more

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