WRI is embarking on a mission to develop and build online communities among people who share our values and want to support our work. ClimateGift.com is a great way to strengthen those relationships. We can give people a better online experience that lets them support WRI with no cost to them.
Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) March 10, 2008
Search Engine Corp has just announced its new, dedicated environmental Web search engine project, ClimateGift.com. This initiative was conceived of by ClimateGift's parent company Search Engine Corp, the global leader in private label Web search engine development. The newest of these branded engines, ClimateGift.com, earmarks 50 percent of gross revenue generated from user searches for donation to designated environmental organizations. Environmental-minded businesses and individuals who would like to make their Web searches count can learn more about the new search engine project online at ClimateGift.com.
In particular, three environmental organizations will profit from ClimateGift.com's charitable Web search project. They are:
- World Resources Institute, which endeavors to find practical ways to protect the earth and improve people's lives
- Reef Check, which is dedicated to conservation of the tropical coral reefs and California rocky reefs
- Earth Island Institute, which develops and supports projects that counteract threats to the biological and cultural diversity that sustain the environment
ClimateGift.com is a fundraising tool that will work 24/7 to help provide funding for these organizations to help them reach their organizational goals. Websites and blogs can also make an impact by putting a ClimateGift.com search widget on their sites for their users or direct them to ClimateGift.com to use as their daily search engine and portal.
ClimateGift.com gives individuals a forward-thinking choice in Web-surfing options, one that satisfies their eco-consciousness in a way that Google and Yahoo! cannot. Also, users of ClimateGift.com can feel comfortable knowing that search results are comparable to these other search engines.
In addition, its AJAX portal option offers users a means of customizing their home page as well as access to a wide variety of news, games and tools from across the Web. Each organization's portal includes specific widgets and news that support its initiatives. The environmental community will also appreciate the "Environment" category ClimateGift.com offers.
Tim Herzog, Director of Online Communications at World Resource Institute explains, "WRI is embarking on a mission to develop and build online communities among people who share our values and want to support our work. ClimateGift.com is a great way to strengthen those relationships. We can give people a better online experience that lets them support WRI with no cost to them."
For more information on Search Engine Corp's new, dedicated environmental Web search engine, contact Katrina Boschenko at (505) 660-9916. To learn more about how the everyday task of Web searching can benefit some of the nation's top environmental organizations, visit the search engine project online at ClimateGift.com.