iDonate is an application for the lazy people in the Macintosh community who want to help others, but don't feel like doing the leg work.
It will automatically log onto thehungersite.com and therainforestsite.com and donate food and rainforest land at no charge to the user.
Please realize that both of these Web sites are kept running through advertising. You don't have to pay or do anything other than click in order to help the hungry people of the world and help slow deforestation.
You may also have the application open when you start up your Mac, so it makes it even easier to just click to donate and do your part to help the world become a better place.
The new version 1.1 of iDonate includes several other charities, such as AIDS support groups and foundations for the arts, education, and House the Homeless.
System Requirements: Mac OS 8 (and greater); 1.2 MB of RAM.
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