'Share Forward' Interactive Website Helps Exponentially Increase Donations to Charitable Organizations

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ShareForward.com is a new interactive site that helps to exponentially increase donations to good causes through the viral spread of user-generated personalized video messages. The site encourages visitors to support a cause they believe in and to invite others to follow their lead. ShareForward.com does not collect or distribute any funds, nor does it champion any one particular cause. Its goal is to encourage the spirit of giving by providing the means to spread the word and to "share forward."

One small gesture really can make a difference. Especially when that good deed inspires others ... and goes on to multiply at an exponential rate.

That's the simple, yet powerful, concept behind http://www.ShareForward.com , an interactive messaging Website that has just been launched to help promote the spirit of giving.

Visitors are greeted by a short video message inviting them to support a cause they believe in (how they do that is completely up to them), and to inspire others to follow their lead, by creating their own interactive message.

The best part is that no technical skills are required.

Visitors just enter their personalized message in the blank boxes provided, and it instantly appears in the video. Then, all that's left is for them to forward the message to friends, family and colleagues -- who, it is hoped, will also support a charity of their choice and send out their own video message to their list of contacts.

ShareForward.com does not collect or distribute any funds. Nor does it champion any one specific cause.

What ShareForward.com promotes is, quite simply, the spirit of giving. And it does so in a way that encourages others to spread the word -- to "share forward," as it were.

ShareForward.com is an initiative of Duck & Partners Inc. (http://www.DuckandPartners.com), an advertising-marketing agency located in the greater Montreal area.

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