London, UK (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Recently, CharityKick updated its website to include a fun video that details the advantages of this kind of fundraising for its users. Namely, that a charity dare allows its starter to involve his or her community for the cause they prefer.
Contrary to many dare related sites, CharityKick dares are nominative challenges to which donors pledge to get realized. This presents a unique opportunity for starters of charity dares to involve influencers around them in their cause. The next step is to target charities who may like to endorse the dares and reap the benefits. Along with the clip, the website offers a blog of charity fundraising and free membership to sign up and start creating campaigns.
“We’re very excited to be launching this new campaign,” said Greg Fournier, founder of CharityKick. “We look forward to receiving amazing dare requests from our new users.”
CharityKick provides a free charity events service to both individuals and charities to raise funds for a good cause. The site enables anyone to dare celebrities, colleagues, friends, and family while ensuring the proceedings go to a respectable cause. This can be accomplished through social networking charity dares, creating real and fun fundraising challenges for charity. CharityKick aims to engage as many non-givers as possible and attract the masses through social networking and turning viral celebrity stunts into charitable fundraising events. The nomination system of the dare allows givers, or anyone who wants to have fun, to “invite” the person of their choice to realize the stunt of their choice for good.
Since CharityKick is easy to use and navigate, almost anyone can create their own dare and get started on a fun and positive charity events. The idea is to involve all types of people in charitable occasions by first organizing on the CharityKick portal then expanding out into their local or even national community. The possibilities are endless and will continue to expand as CharityKick gains momentum and pulls off successful challenges for charity.
To learn more about this organization, please contact
Greg Fournier, CharityKick Founder
12 Fawcett Street SW10 9JD
Phone: 07887575788 (UK)