Announces Global Philanthropic Initiative

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Globalphile Curator asks users of to help give back by supporting Four Global Philanthropic Initiatives

Seeing the world is life changing. We love giving back to those communities that give us so much from having traveled there.

With the launch of , Curator Robert H Glaze announced the support of four Global Philanthropic Initiatives. "Since the use of our site requires nothing to join, no fees to pay, no profiles to complete and no requirement to interact with anyone. We simply ask that if travelers like what they experience, that they will consider supporting one of our recommended charities who do great work." He strongly feels that "seeing the world is life changing. We love giving back to those communities that give us so much from having traveled there."

The initial projects that he recommends supporting include:

Casa Hogar Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, MX: This is a home to 40 girls who cannot live with their families due to poverty and abuse. With the support of a growing community in Mexico, the United States and Canada, the home has been totally transformed and their futures are now very bright.

Room To Read: Room to Read believes that World Change Starts with Educated Children. The organization has established 13,000 libraries, built 1,587 schools, published 707 original local language children's books and have supported more that 13,500 girls in Girl's Education Programs. Over six million children have been helped in Asia and Africa.

Asia Transpacific Foundation: Beginning in 2002, the Foundation pledged to provide clean water to children and families in need. Today their current focus is on providing clean water in Myanmar where they are producing water filters. A cottage industry has been created producing hundreds of jobs for locals.

Cause and Affect Foundation: This is a non-profit organization seeing to provide a direct link between its donors and needy beneficiaries around the world. To date they have supported initiatives against malnutrition in Guatemala, helped repair cleft palates for Guatemalan babies and helped teen mothers in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro.

More causes will be added as appropriate projects are found.

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