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2011: A HUGE Year for SurveyMonkey Contribute!

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2011: A HUGE Year for SurveyMonkey Contribute!

$102,061! 

We’re still in shock. That’s how much money you, dear SurveyMonkey Contribute members, raised for our amazing charity partners in 2011. When we launched SurveyMonkey Contribute in April, we had high hopes that people would sign up to share their feedback in exchange for donations to the charity of their choice. And boy, did you ever!

Over the past eight months, SurveyMonkey Contribute has grown to support 25 charities, all of whom have done a great job of spreading the word to their supporters about this exciting partnership.

We wanted to share one particularly stellar example that came to us from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. SurveyMonkey Contribute was featured as a part of their “Give the Gift of a Great Future” holiday campaign, which showcased all the different ways that Boys & Girls Clubs supporters could raise money on their behalf.

Over the course of this holiday campaign, SurveyMonkey Contribute raised a whopping $16,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, bringing their yearly contributions to nearly $32,000!

So, now we’re hooked. Let’s make 2012 even better! But to do that, we need your help.

How Can I Help?

  1. Sign up to be a member of SurveyMonkey Contribute.
  2. Recommend a charity for us to add to the program.
  3. Use SurveyMonkey Audience the next time you need respondents for your surveys and support great charities at the same time.

Thanks to all our charity partners and thanks to you, Contribute members! We can’t wait to see what 2012 brings.

Do you have any questions about SurveyMonkey Contribute? Any recommendations for charities we should partner with? Let us know in the comments section below.

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  • billie simpson

    i believe you guys should donate to the colleges for them undergraduate students.

  • Rachel Kaplan

    I believe that you should look into supporting social enterprises since they are a very effective way to reduce poverty. Some good ones for reducing poverty are the One Acre Fund and Kickstart International. Some good ones for health are Living Goods and VisionSpring

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