Now, you can do good in an easier way — just browsing the internet with the Chrome extension Chrome for a Cause.
After installing the extension, you can donate to charity when opening different tabs in your Chrome browser, which means that you can do good when you are browsing different web pages with your Chrome browser.
As you can see from the above image, for every 230 tabs opened in your Chrome browser, you can donate 23 trees to The Nature Conservancy, or
23 books to Room to Read, or
9 vaccinations to Doctors Without Borders, or
2 square foot of shelter to Un Techo para mi País, or
1 person’s clean water for a year to charity: water.
By the way, you need to log in your Google account before submitting your tabs.
Different from those click-to-donate sites, all the money you donate to the above 5 charities will come from Google itself, instead of any other parties.
The initiative will run for five days from December 15 to the 19, and next week, Google will share the details of the good deeds, then we will see how many new users like Chrome browsers, as well as how much money raised for charity.