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26 posts from April 2010


Music And Art For Breakfast?! Awesome.


Cause Impact Report: 'Help Students In Need"

All of the wonderful donations from CauseWorld users have helped this classroom though Donors Choose!

Class photo

Kids and computers


Activist Caught Getting Dirty!

Causer Testimonial: 'Shopping' For Karmas

“I know that if I get to the end of my day, and I’ve made all my rounds, and I still have a few more karmas to get from check-ins, that there’s a strip mall not too far from our house. And I’ll try to stop in Subway to get something to drink or run into the video store just to get those few check-ins. I try to max out my check-ins every day, so I’ve had some awkward times when I go to the stores just to get the karmas.”

-John Duckett from Spring Field Missouri


The Carbonfund.org And Health Food?


Our CW Haiku Contest Winner!!!

Congratz to Jen of Indianapolis!


Oh dear CauseWorld app,

Giving, gifting, spreading help,

With karmas we change.

We Are Girls


April: Child Abuse Prevention Month

Prevent child abuse America

Prevent Child Abuse America is proud to be one of the inaugural CauseWorld charitable partners. Founded in Chicago in 1972, Prevent Child Abuse America is the leading organization dedicated solely to preventing the abuse and neglect of our nation’s children with chapters in 46 states and direct service program sites in 400 communities nationwide.  Giving generated through the CauseWorld application will enhance Prevent Child Abuse America’s ability to raise awareness, support communities and impact policies that ensure child abuse and neglect never occurs in the first place.

Follow PCAA on Facebook, Twitter, and be sure to check out their blog.


CauseWorld donates $100,000 to Red Cross

Photo Photo[2]

Above, our CEO Cyriac Roeding presents a check for $100,000 to Patti Fry, the Chair of the American Red Cross Silicon Valley Chapter Board of Directors and Barb Larson, the chapter's CEO.

Causer Testimonial: CauseWorld 1.51 Was My Idea

 “My husband didn’t donate on St. Patty’s day- so he didn’t get that badge, so I rubbed his face into it a little bit… He was excited to tell me that he had the update before I had the update. So then it became a race to see who could figure out how to use it the first and the fastest. Then it was exciting to tell him ‘yeah, this is one of the suggestions I had’. It was exciting to see things that I had suggested were then implemented”

–Elizabeth Aley from Nixa, Missouri