The firestorm sparked by President Donald Trump's executive order on Friday to ban immigration and travel to the U.S. by people from seven predominantly Muslim countries proved a boon to the American Civil Liberties Union, which reportedly collected more than $24 million in contributions over the weekend.
Donald Trump's shockingly hateful first week as president showed just how important it is to support the charities and organizations helping to create progress and empathy in our world. Thankfully, some of our favorite celebrities are making it even easier to make a difference by matching our donations with one website is helping to get more bang for your be…See more
If you plan to donate to The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), an organization that helps defend our constitutional rights and liberties, you might as well double your support for free. Matching Donations is a website with a list of people who will match your ACLU donation.
Many of us often wonder how we can do our bit to change the world, but while we're stuck thinking about it, a kid from New Delhi has already made an effort. 17-year-old Ahan Sabharwal has made an app called Donate to Puerto Rico to help the Caribbean island deal with the devastating impact of Hurricane Maria which struck late last month.
Inspired by Trevor Noah's Daily Show segment, a 17 year-old maker from India built a Chr
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There would be a few teenagers who wish to bring a change in the world with their innovations and creativity. Ahan Sabharwal recently joined this bandwagon by developing his Chrome Extension, 'Donate to Puerto Rico' which further got featured on Product Hunt.
Delhi student Ahan Sabharwal has created a Chrome Extension 'Donate to Puerto Rico' and wants to use his coding skills to make a global impact. When Ryan Hoover, Founder of Product Hunt, compliments a 17-year-old confessing that he just learnt a new thing from him, there's a lot to be said about the teenager.
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Madison Mikhail Bush didn't need any extra motivation to build her company in Ohio. But when a West Coast venture capitalist told her she was "bombing" by basing her startup in the Midwest, it certainly struck a chord.