Search engine with a conscience
November 14, 2006, 12:03 pm
Filed under: Charity, Companies, News


About 3 weeks ago I wrote about GoodSearch (the search engine that donates to a cause every time you use it)  In that post I wished that Google would come out with something similar. Well it looks like someone was listening. Allow me to introduce,..  > jikolp.  huh?.. yeah that’s what I said too. It’s definitely a pretty funky name,.. but don’t hate.

Jikolp was formed by a group of long term friends with two primary goals:

  1. To provide everyday people with an easy, zero cost method to support charity organisations.

  2. To provide charity organisations with a new source of income to carry on and extend their good work.

And get this,.. every time you use jikolp they donate 50% of all revenue (not profit, but revenue!) to a preselected non-profit (this month it’s UNICEF). You get the exact same results using jikolp as you would from using Google. Plus the satisfaction of knowing that your helping support a charity. Very nice! Now all you have to do is get used to spelling jikolp. Happy searching!

Hint > notice how the letters > j-i-k-o-l-p < are laid out on the keyboard ;) 

Via > SelfishGiving


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