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Are you going to add new charities?



  • Sophia

    Please see the comments on "How do you pick the charities you support?" for suggestions. The conversation is completely on this topic

  • Kel McNamara

    This is a bit sad as the charities you donate to are not doing an "exceptional job of turning donations into positive impact." This is according to charity evaluation at The charities you recommend do not even make it into the 100 most effective charities. I find it difficult continuing to support charities I don't believe in according to this data.  :( 

  • Cat Jones

    Do you realize that charities that make under $1mil are not rated on charity rating sites? I work for a charity that makes less than $500,000 but every single penny goes where the donor expects. We have no mailing campaigns, merch, or other overhead. I'm the only paid employee, and I'm just an office manager making $15/hour for less than a 40-hour week. My wages are paid by donations made specifically to cover office expenses, so if we don't get donations for that, I don't get paid. Our board is completely unpaid.

    We can't get rated because we're "too small," but we have a bigger impact than a lot of the bigger charities. It's upsetting that you only trust these charity rating sites, which allow people to pay for higher ratings.

  • Kelsey Wheeler

    As someone who also works for a small nonprofit, I agree with Cat Jones. However, I truly do love the idea of Tab for a Cause. I am certain as this idea grows and flourishes the number of charities individuals can choose to support will grow as well. I am glad to find another small easy way I can support good works on my tight budget. Thank you for providing this opportunity!

  • Marc Schauber

    It would be great if we could choose a charity, like you can with Amazon Smile.  As others have pointed out, you're limiting yourselves to large charities.  It's charities like the one I run, The Emergency Medical Services Fund, which provides financial support to volunteer ambulance departments, which could really benefit from something like Tab for Cause.

    Hope you will consider changing your charity choice policy.

  • Paxton

    The commenters above make some excellent points.

    I'd like to also request that you partner with more animal-focused charities. I love the idea of Tap for a Cause, but I have made my entire life's focus on animals and their care and well-being. I would love nothing more than Tap for a Cause partnering with a few reputable animal charities--of any sort: wildlife welfare, sanctuaries, rehabilitation, shelters/adoption, TNR-focused organizations, etc. (Maybe some of the smaller charities would not need the funds of your current partners, but perhaps then the buck could be spread thinner across a wider selection.)

    Please consider adopting a charity that can help out our furry and not-so-furry friends and neighbors. :) Thanks

  • Samantha Jones

    Outdated information. There is no way to make a group anymore. It's been years and you haven't added anymore charities or updated this information. Disappointing.

  • Gavin Matthews

    Can you add Onetreeplanted !

  • Crystal Dittrich

    I'm somebody who always has a hundred (no exaggeration- it goes to a smiley face after you hit 100) and I constantly have a smiley face. So my son recommended tabs for a cause and I was excited about. But to not have even one animal charity has made me drop it cause I'd rather have a pretty homepage if I can't support animals and the money raised only goes towards large charities that already have raised so much.


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