Sick of the Charity Maul? Freewill Funding Helps More Charities Succeed

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Freewill Funding Inc. redefines online charity malls.

Freewill Funding Incorporated today announced the launch of freewillfunding.com, a charity-first online shopping portal. Online shopping portals act much like offline shopping malls, which have attracted consumers for years. These portals bring top merchants together, delivering merchant exposure and consumer convenience. Because merchants acquire marketing visibility and traffic, they offer generous commissions on purchases made from shopping portal links. These commissions are called affiliate proceeds.

Are you giving more to charity, or just giving more to the online charity mall? While larger Internet charity malls distribute only 20 percent to the intended cause, Freewill Funding Incorporated is dedicated to helping more charities succeed by delivering the highest revenue – 80 percent.

Freewill Funding maximizes charity donations by giving 80 percent of their revenue to the charity of your choice, with no additional cost to the consumer or non-profit organization. Because Freewill Funding has streamlined business processes, administrative costs are minimized so charities receive the largest benefit. Freewill Funding supports national and local causes, as well as public and private schools.

Freewill Funding works seamlessly with typical shopping habits, tracking purchases and earning affiliate income for non-profit organizations. To participate, simply visit freewillfunding.com, register once, select 1-10 charities to fund, then begin shopping at the same merchants you've always loved and trusted. All purchases following your login are tracked. Each time you shop, login at freewillfunding.com to ensure your charity earns credit for all of your purchases.

"The heart of the Internet charity mall concept is good. But, charity malls retain the majority of proceeds themselves, giving as low as 20 percent back to the organizations they represent," states Freewill Funding's Marlise Meyer. "The charity focus is lost within the current system. The forefront is dominated by commercialism. We've given the non-profit goodwill back to charity and have greatly reduced advertising on our site." The niche behind Freewill Funding, Ms. Meyer states, is their charity-first mission.

Shop at more than 1000 online stores including J. Crew, Eddie Bauer, Duncraft, Day Timer, Target, Barnes and Noble, Cooking.com, Coldwater Creek, Buy.com, Danskin, Franklin Mint, Chadwicks, Columbia House, Best Buy, Gardener's Supply, Ebay, Baby Style, Avon, Orbitz, PeaPod, Lane Bryant Catalog and Office Depot. A full merchant list is available at freewillfunding.com with new merchants added continually. Freewill Funding is a great way to discover new online stores before anyone else does.

Freewill Funding was established in 2003 by Daeron Meyer, Luke Meyer and Marlise Meyer. Daeron Meyer, Software Architect, is the former Director of Development of Performics Inc. He's currently principle architect at a major manufacturing company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he streamlines business processes through innovative software development. Luke Meyer, Software Architect, also comes from Performics as a Senior Perl Programmer. In addition to work at Freewill Funding, he develops and maintains the interactive parts of redhat.com and academy.redhat.com. Marlise Meyer, Technical Writer, wrote and designed online help systems for numerous companies prior to joining Freewill Funding.

For more information Freewill Funding sponsorship or to include your non-profit organization in the growing list of charitable causes, please visit http://www.freewillfunding.com or contact Marlise Meyer at 414.699.6847.

ABOUT FREEWILL FUNDING

Established in 2004, Freewill Funding Incorporated brings non-profit agencies a streamlined, non-intrusive way to raise funds and gives their members an online shopping portal where organizations receive commission for purchases. Freewill Funding streamlines affiliate compensation distribution, delivering maximum funding to each non-profit organization.

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