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Help Us Reach $1 Million in Donations!

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Help Us Reach $1 Million in Donations!

Being able to run a business with a strong charity component has been something we hold very dear here at SurveyMonkey Contribute. We’re excited to be part of a growing number of companies that make philanthropy an integral part of our business models.

However, having success with this model doesn’t stop us from aiming high, and we are excited to wrap up the first three months of 2013 with a big announcement! So far from January to March of 2013, we’ve raised $222,457 for our world class charity partners. But, we’re not quite satisfied with that. Seeing that we’ve continued to exceed our donations expectations months over month last year, we’re setting a high goal for ourselves this year. We would like to raise a total of $1,000,000 for charities in all of 2013 and we can only do that with your help, dear Contribute members!

How can you help, you ask? Easy!

1. Sign up for SurveyMonkey Contribute if you haven’t already. It’s free, easy, and fun!

2. Continue taking surveys that are sent to you through Contribute.

3. Spread the love and share this great program with your social networks through Facebook and Twitter.

4. Use SurveyMonkey Audience for your research needs. Surveys sent through Audience raise money for charity!

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