Commtouch Gives Back: You choose the charity

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Last year, in the spirit of the holiday, Commtouch made a donation to a charitable organization on behalf of our business partners and friends. We considered many options and decided upon a very worthy organization that helps launch microbusinesses throughout the world.

In continuing with the tradition, we would like to make a similar donation this year. With the help of Charity Navigator, we have chosen four 4-star organizations and would like you, our partners and friends, to help choose the organization (or organizations) to which we will make our contribution. The organizations are: Books for Africa, Rare, The V Foundation and Vitamin Angels.

Scroll down for more information about the different organizations.

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The organizations from which to choose are:

  • Books for Africa – Books for Africa (BFA) collects, sorts, ships, and distributes books to children in Africa. Since 1988, BFA has shipped more than 20 million books to 45 African countries.
  • Rare – Rare’s missionis to conserve imperiled species and ecosystems around the world by inspiring people to care for and protect nature by: training and mentoring local conservation leaders in the use of proven outreach tools; helping local leaders customize Rare’s tools and identify motivations and messages to inspire environmental protection in their own communities; building partnerships that leverage Rare’s financial and technical investments; and more.
  • The V Foundation – The V Foundation has raised more than $80 million and awarded cancer research grants in 38 states and the District of Columbia. Researchers have developed their laboratories and taken their science from the labs to the clinics with the help of funds raised by The V Foundation.
  • Vitamin Angels – The mission of Vitamin Angels is to mobilize and deploy private sector resources to advance availability, access and use of micronutrients, especially vitamin A, by newborns, infants and children in need, thereby working to reduce child mortality worldwide.

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