In addition to the free clicks, there are also hundreds of items available for sale in their stores. Not only do you help give to the causes when you purchase these items, you also help impoverished men and women all over the world who are often the craftsmen.
There are gifts for those who have everything. Don't know what to give Great-Aunt Matilda for Christmas? How about donating $14 in her name help feed a rescued horse? Or what about $24.50 for a Sterile Child Birthing Kit for a third-world woman (where women often die from a simple infection after child birth)? Or $50 to make a trained mid-wife available for 10 pregnant women and their babies.
Other items in the stores range from jewelry to clothing to household items, many made from recycled material (purses made from rejected rice bags or beads made from magazine pages). The breast cancer tab has a whole shop on “pink ribbon” items.
So, to help make this site more known, I'm giving away a prize at the end of August (bought from the site). After you've visited the site, come back here and tell me the name of one item (any item) they have for sale. That will enter in a special drawing for Victorian Bath Salts that I bought from the Click to Give Store. I'll draw for the winner on August 30th.
Anna Kathryn Lanier
Where Tumbleweeds Hang Their Hats