The Huffington Post
October 2, 2007
I love being involved in the community, serving on the board of non-profits and alumni groups, as a volunteer for clubs, and most recently as a room mother at my daughter's school. Being a volunteer …
LA Business Journal
October 15, 2007
L.A.-based Give2Network believes that it has come up with a way to funnel a portion of Yahoo’s billion dollar advertising revenue to schools and non-profit organizations.
It can do this by a free, downloadable toolbar powered by Yahoo that generates money for schools and non-profits whenever it is used for Internet searches or online shopping.
The toolbar is available at www.Give2Network.com.
Give2Network estimates that each search or purchase can earn between a few cents and several dollars for a designated organization. About 500 users searching the Internet a couple of times a day and making minimal online purchases could add up to about $12,000 a year.
“It’s about redirecting corporate dollars and giving people the power to redistribute the money the way hey want to,” said Candace Ng, co-founder of the company, in a news release.
Non-profit organizations and schools apply online at Give2Network.com to be eligible for the funds.
Staff reporter Booyeon Lee can be reached at (323) 549-5225, ext. 230, or at
October 2, 2007
Back to School, Back to Fundraising
For fundraisers looking for an alternative to selling baked goods, candy and wrapping paper,
a team of social entrepreneurs today announced the launch of Give2Network.com,
a new Web site that funnels a portion of Yahoo!'s billion dollar advertising revenue
and a percentage of online shopping sales to schools and other nonprofits...(more)
The State Hornet
California State University Sacramento
September 10, 2008
Give2Network allows students to give freely
Sacramento State students have a new way to donate money to their favorite charitable cause,
and it involves doing some things that many of us do on a daily basis:
search for information on the web and make online purchases...(more)
The Daily Universe
Brigham Young University
October 8, 2008
Toolbar generates money for charity
Giving to charitable organizations can sometimes be limited for college students who are strapped for cash.
But there is one way students can contribute money to non-profit organizations without using a dime of their own money...(more)
Palos Verdes Peninsula News
September 13, 2008
Parents, businesses can help schools and nonprofits raise money through fund-raisers
With Governor Schwarzenegger’s proposed budget cuts looming in the air,
California public schools stand to lose a lot. With the state cutting over $3.9 billion in funding,
this creates an average reduction of $665 per student.
The California State PTA warned in January that these cuts...(more)
The Daily Titan
California State University Fullerton
October 15, 2008
Donate with just a mouse click
Give2Network makes donating as easy as using a computer’s web browser. Many Cal State Fullerton students budget both time and money. Donating to a charity has not been a priority on their “to do” list. Even though they might want to extend a helping hand to many great organizations, some just do not have the time or money... (more)