Saturday, 6 October 2012

The Breast Cancer Site: Free Clicks for Free Mammograms!

**Remember the Sainsbury's Million Meal Appeal**
So this is pretty much the same principle as The Hunger Site free clicks, except that it supports Breast Cancer and giving free mammograms for disadvantaged women. Mammograms are an essential medical procedure that enables doctors to identify Breast Cancer before it has spread too far. Without this, many women die of breast cancer every year unnecessarily. 
'The Breast Cancer Site' is a charitable site that sells a whole host of items that donate to supporting breast cancer research and those affected by breast cancer. It also has a lot of excellent information on causes that need supporting and how we can help.
One of my favourite features (which I use every day that I log onto the internet using my laptop) is 'daily free clicks'. Basically, you visit The Breast Cancer Site and click on the 'Click Here to Give - it's FREE' button, which generates money for charity, paid for by site sponsors. When you click, these companies and groups actually pay for your click! That's 365 free chances each year to help! The Breast Cancer gives 100% of sponsor advertising fees to their charitable partners. The Breast Cancer Site has donated 57,890 mammograms since October 2000 (figure updated monthly)!
I have added a bookmark called 'click' to my bookmark bar at the top of my web browser to help me remember. Other suggestions would be to set it as your home page, or to sign up for a free click reminder email (under the big 'Click Here to Give - it's FREE' button). You control how often you get a reminder! Bonus: if you are a new registrant to the GreaterGood Network (owners and operators of The Hunger Site), they will make an extra donation to the cause when you sign up.
Thank you click sponsors!
Ronell x
 "There will always be some in the land who are poor. That is why I am commanding you to share freely with the poor and with other Israelites in need." - {Deuteronomy 15:11}

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