GoodSearch, a Los Angeles-based search engine powered by Yahoo, well, makes you feel good about searching. By designating a charity prior to searching, GoodSearch will designate a donation to the organization of your choice each time you perform a search. Talk about killing two birds with one stone! Just imagine what you could accomplish in the name of charity simply by using GoodSearch during your workday alone. Add that to the number of days a year you work, and now you’ve really done some good. So go ahead, make it your browser toolbar and perform a search that really makes you feel good!
Ken Ramberg the founder of GoodSearch states:
"Fifty percent of our revenue is distributed to charities and schools. The revenue is divided among the organizations based on how any times supporters of that charity or school use the site. We estimate that a charity with 1,000 supporters searching the internet twice a day will receive $7,300 at the end of the year. The more people who use the site, the more money an organization can earn. The sky is the limit!"
Wow, this is definitely the opposite of "being evil." For more details on GoodSearch be sure to check out this similar article on Treehugger.