Look, when I started this site, I didn’t realize that every flippin’ offer would be Facebook related. But here we are again. This is a pretty sweet offer though. Head to Pampers page and click the yellow “I support” halfway down the page. You’ll have to allow access to something stupid, but doing so triggers an automatic free donation from Pampers to Direct Relief International in the form of one diaper, one pack of wipes, and one dollar. Not too shabby if you ask me.
On July 18, a new film titled Raindrops over Rwanda will premiere online. It deals with the future of Rwanda after the horrible genocide they endured almost two decades ago.
For every Facebook like their page receives, the philanthropic group Explore will donate $1, up to $50,000, to the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Rwanda. They’re not even at 2,500 likes, so let’s get this ball rolling here.
Between now and March 22, you can make a free $1 donation to the Japanese Relief Fund simply by liking the Facebook status update I linked to. Voskos Greek Yogurt is sponsoring this, so buy some Greek yogurt and have a fun time trying to figure out what makes it different from regular yogurt.
If you have a smartphone (iPhone, Blackberry, Android, etc.) and live in a major city, then chances are you have the Loopt application installed. Well according to TechCrunch, if you use Loopt to “check in” at any Chipotle, Panera Bread, or Whole Foods anywhere in America, then Loopt will donate $1 to the relief effort in Haiti. Half of the money will go to the America Red Cross with the other half going to Doctors Without Borders.
Even if you don’t have a smartphone, as long as you have internet connection on your phone, you’ll be able to access Loopt’s site and check in at your towns local stores.
This offer expires on Sunday, February 7, 2010.