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Charity Milestone: We’ve Raised $200K for Charity!

Charity Milestone Achieved: $200K Raised

We knew 2016 was going to be a great year for the Gladly community, and we’re thrilled to announce that Tabbers have raised over $200,000 for charity! This is an amazing milestone, but what really excites us is the enthusiasm and passion the community has in making a better impact.

Through Tab for a Cause and our adblocker Goodblock, we’ve been able to support charities doing outstanding work, including Water.org, Room to Read and Action Against Hunger

As we continue to grow, our hope is to keep you all engaged with each other, with us and our charities through new features, contests and current events. And speaking of contests, our 2nd annual March Gladness tournament is around the corner! Last year, thousands of tabbers competed to see which college was the most charitable; the month-long competition ended with Brigham Young University being crowned victors. We’ll be finalizing details in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!

We started Tab for a Cause with the goal of making giving more accessible and this $200K raised milestone attests that we’re doing something right. As a thank you, we’ve made this mosaic out of banner ads seen on your Tab for a Cause homepage:

Charity Milestone Achieved: $200K Raised Mosaic

Cheers to the next milestone!

Happy Tabbing,
Giovanni

  • Daisy

    I’m new to Tab for a Cause. I’ve had it a while back and got into it again and I’ve always wondered:

    How much is One Heart? Less than a cent? A penny? Anyone know?

    • TheNightDancer

      It depends on the ad, I think. It’s probably less than a cent. (read this somewhere a long time ago)

      • Luboš Kadeřábek

        Hearts can’t have any value. You’ll get 350 hearts just for one invited friend. Where would these money come from? I think hearts are something like votes. Every day/week/month they count all the hearts and give each organization an amount of money according to its percentage of hearts. 😉

        • TheNightDancer

          They are kind of like votes for the organization, but don’t they make money from the webpage? I thought that, since every page had an ad on it, it would work somewhat like that.
          *shrugs* I’m just a random internet guy though, so take it with a grain of salt.

          • Luboš Kadeřábek

            Of course the source of money are ads. If they for example have 1000 USD and people gave 10000 votes (hearts), 4000 for water and 6000 against hunger (don’t mind the others for now), water.org has 40% of the votes, so they’ll get 40% of the money from ads.

    • Milyusia