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Good feature possibly will be its own remuneration, other than there’s nothing like real goods to make the payback feel a little more real. Lot of means French CitéGreen rewards contributors for their ecological deeds, thus Indianapolis-based Cause.it enables charity volunteers to be be familiar with discounts at local businesses.
Succeeding its presentation at SXSW Interactive prior this month, the free Cause.it mobile app is at this time obtainable from the iTunes Store. Using it, volunteers, nonprofits and local businesses can connect for greater society good. Socially minded patrons start by signing up for either a “say cause,” such as tweeting about a nonprofit on Twitter, or a “do cause,” such as participating in a real-world project, according to a Good Worldwide report.
Either way, those volunteers earn points for their participation that are usable for discounts at local companies, which in turn put on fresh goodwill and extra business. Contributing nonprofits, for now, can reportedly pay USD 29 per month for the list of every person who signs up to support their causes. The video below explains the premise in more detail: Cause.it has already launched in Indianapolis, but a national version of the app is coming soon.