Snoball is a free platform to enable users to give to whom they want, how they want. Users (individuals, companies, or nonprofits) create "Snoballs" - giving guidelines that specify how they want to give and to whom. These Snoballs can be shared and adapted by other users, creating a “snoball effect” for giving.
An Internet Junky’s Guide To Philanthropy via Twenty Two
To determine if you should continue reading this post, ask yourself the following questions:
Do you spend more time online than you’d like to admit?
Do you want to give back, but don’t know how?
If you answered both in the affirmative, you may proceed. (If not, you can still continue. I don’t want to exclude anyone, after all. This isn’t high school.)
I’ve come up with a list of sites that make donating to causes incredibly easy. They’re so easy, in fact, that you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your seat. Whether it’s cursing on Twitter or joining a Groupon for Good, these sites make you feel extra good about things you’re already doing.