Announcing GivingPal, a Charitable Shopping and Wish List Site

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Earn donations for your favorite charity when you shop online and share wish lists through, a social shopping portal that earns donations for charity through everyday shopping, wish lists, and event registries announced its site to the public today.

With a wide selection of partner stores and hundreds of nonprofits to choose from, GivingPal offers a free and easy way for users to give back to charity when shopping online and sharing wish lists. Other helpful tools include a price comparison shopping engine, a bookmarklet that allows you to add items to your wish list from anywhere on the web, and a customizable GivingPal badge that supports your cause on social networking profiles and other websites.

"GivingPal is the first place where sharing a wish list not only benefits the person sharing the list, but also supports a cause they care about" says founder of GivingPal, Scott Harris. Additionally, nonprofits can create a universal wish list of things they need from anywhere on the web and are able to raise substantial monetary and gift donations by adding their organization to the growing list of nonprofits already signed up on GivingPal.

The GivingPal service is supported by partnerships with hundreds of top online stores and is free to all nonprofits and members. Purchases made by clicking links to popular stores from earn up to 25% of the purchase price and are automatically donated to the charity of the users choice and tracked back to their own account.

For more information about GivingPal, please visit

About GivingPal, LLC
GivingPal is a charitable shopping, wish list, and event registry site that earns monetary and gift donations for nonprofits from online shoppers. With tools to import and share wish lists, add wish list items from anywhere on the web, and price compare products, GivingPal saves consumers money while earning donations for their favorite charity.

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