I have, rather unintentionally, made a little money from one of my several oil related hubs.
Clearly I don't want to profit directly from an environmental disaster, so I was wondering whether anybody could recommend a charity which is heavily involved in the clean up. If you could suggest a decent one I will forward the cash when I recieve my next AdSense cheque...
I don't know anything about American charities, hence this thread. I am not talking a great deal of money, about $20 so far, but clearly I don't know how long this stuff will last..... I could earn a few more $20's yet...
Thanks in advance...
One of my recent hubs lists a bunch of options. Scroll down to roughly the middle of the page:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Gulf-of-Mexico- … ow-To-Help
Cheers guys, I will check them both out and choose one.
Amazon earnings don't count though
I hope that the hub doesn't earn for too long, the sooner they hit 0 page views the better really.
With 1 in 5 children under the age of 5 living below the poverty level in the United States it should be too hard to find a local organization in your community that would be willing to relieve you of your windfall.
I think this little girl was television. I can't vouch for her, but the "Audubon factor" (a BBB accredited group) suggests her project is worth mentioning here. (There's a link to the Audubon's website for donations in any amount.)
http://www.aolartists.com/projects/help … 5958569689
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