I know I know "you can donate the money you earn yourself", but I was thinking more of an automated system. I even thought of how to do it.
Perhaps there could be an option in the lens' primary capsule (the one with the description), where we could check off a button that says "charity". That way instead of having our publisher ID's show up, we could have one for a charity - or rather hubpages itself could have a separate adsense ID for a charity pool.
I may not have many hubs now but in the future I will and honestly I would love it if I could put some of my hubs to automatically earn to a charity pool.
Then hubpages could decide the charities in the forums and rotate the donations each month.
Have you checked out Squidoo yet? That's a big part of what that site is about.
That's a good idea. So every hubbers here can donate me!
The charity option is one of my favorite things about Squidoo, so I would enjoy having the same option here.
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