Here’s a social media initiative that I find worth supporting – GIVE.sg:
The site targets both givers and charities, hoping to make the process of donating to charity easier and more transparent.
Getting poor students to stand in the hot sun with tin cans, soliciting for loose changes and extravagant charity shows starring kungfu monks may be a thing of the past in this web generation.
The site is still in it’s beta stage, but I find it worthwhile to plug it as it’s for a worthy cause and also because Professor Albert Teo, a very pleasant and cheery guy from NUS whom I got to know during an undergraduate exchange program to China is one of the guys behind GIVE.sg. 🙂
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