Each month we handpick and highlight 3 non-profits making a difference within a single cause. On the first of each month you will receive an email detailing that month’s focus. At the same time $5 will be charged against your credit card and deposited into our account.
As a Subscriber you choose which of the three featured charities will receive your $5 donation that month. You can look forward to a whole new set of featured organizations next month.
We share back the impact of our collective good each month, which you can pass along to family and friends. Even though individually we are donating a small sum, the power of the collective makes real change.
Believes in the power of networks to shape the future into a more charitable place. Brian’s first paying web gig was building a local junior chess club website in 1996; that initial excitement of creating something and publishing it to the world has never waned. When he’s not slinging hypertext, you can find Brian cycling the Palisades or picking out a few bars of Malagueña on his guitar.
Believes that through creativity and gumption, we can all make a difference in this world! As a printed textile designer, painter, and hand-knit wear designer, her creative world is diverse, but none of her passions are greater than her desire to teach the people of the world how to help themselves. Alexis believes that through her creative vision of CharitySub, she can help our subscribers see that they too can effect change in the world, five dollars at a time.
Believes that communities making small acts of kindness together can change the world. Since 2007, she has been helping to connect givers with humanitarian organizations through features in her monthly Natural Health Newsletter. Amy’s next big adventure is becoming a mom for the first time and bringing a future CharitySubscriber into the world.
Believes that $5 can change the world! Combining his passion for building businesses with helping those in need, the idea for CharitySub was born. When away from the periscope, you will find Jim going for another 300 at the local bowling alley, or on the basketball court shooting hoops.