Web thunts help theater

July 23, 2006

Fans of a popular theater in Plantation are earning extra revenue for the organization simply by surfing the Web.

Mosaic Theatre draws about a penny each time one of its supporters uses GoodSearch, a free Internet search engine that shares its proceeds with various nonprofit organizations.

Dec. 1, 2005

“Want to support Architecture for Humanity, Ability Aids India International, or any other nonprofit everytime you search the web?”


Feb. 2006

“And yours too… The newest and easiest way to incorporate small acts of charity into every day? This Yahoo-powered Internet search engine donates money to your cause of choice every time you click—at zero cost to you.”

Feb. 28, 2006

“For Web-addicted Stanford students, the thought ‘If only I had a penny for every time I searched the Web,’ may cross minds often.”


Feb. 8, 2006

“Want to donate to a good cause but don’t have the money to spare? A new website allows users to support their favorite charities, one online search at a time.

The search engine gives individuals the opportunity to select the charity of their choice, and with every search on the site comes money for that specific cause.”


Feb. 2, 2006

“A new search engine may make it easier for students on tight budgets who wish to donate to the Interfraternity Council/Panhellenic Dance Marathon. allows students to donate money to Thon or any other nonprofit organization as they search the Web with just a click of a button.”

Dec. 12, 2006

Anyone who has wanted to do something good for an organization but was unable to find the time or means to do so, has a great opportunity to on the Internet.


GoodSearch is catching on around campus. It’s hard to say no to helping out charities when there is no change to a person’s wallet and daily routine.

Los Angeles-based siblings Ken and JJ Ramberg came up with a brilliant idea. Their creation,, offers clients the opportunity to give risk-free charitable donations without ever sending a check or money order, or even giving a credit card number. All you have to do is search the Internet.

March 16, 2006

A new search engine called GoodSearch is donating half of its advertising revenue to charities. Similar in appearance to Google and powered by Yahoo, the difference comes in that a donation occurs every time a user clicks on a sponsored ad that comes up in a search.

April 10, 2006

Yahoo-powered Goodsearch donates a portion of its advertising profits — about a cent per search — to a charity of the user’s choice.

April 13, 2006

A new Yahoo!-powered Internet search engine called donates about a penny for every Web search to the charity or school of the user’s choice.

  • Oct. 10, 2006A new philanthropic search engine gives users a chance to donate to their favorite charity without spending any of their own time or money.
  • Philanthropy is no longer just the business of the Heinz or Carnegie families. Donations to charities now come from Internet search engines, too.

Oct. 30, 2006

What if you could donate money to a charitable cause every time you searched the Internet?

  • April 11, 2006Searching the Internet now can add pennies to the pockets of non-profit organizations., launched in November 2005, is a search engine that donates part of its revenue to charitable organizations across the country.

April 11, 2006

In between dancers shaking their donation cans downtown and their booties in the IMU ballroom, Dance Marathon is now raising funds during the student-solicitation off-season through an Internet search engine.

April 21, 2006

According to the Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization, Internet search engines generated close to $6 billion in advertising revenue in 2005. Two Internet entrepreneurs, [brother and sister] Ken and JJ Ramberg of Los Angeles, Calif., have created a way for searchers to donate a fraction of that money to make the world a better place.

April 21, 2006

“Search the Internet, make the difference.” This is the motto of newly developed search engine called This new engine, powered by Yahoo, was created by Ken and JJ Ramberg and allows users to search the Internet while donating money to a charity of their choice at the same time.