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Here are the top ten articles for the Charity Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. No-Show Fundraisers
If non-profit organizations could host huge events with minimal expenses and a large profit, don’t you think they’d jump at the chance? It’s called a “no-show” fundraising event, and in today’s economy it should definitely be considered.

2. Charities That Help Prevent Domestic Violence
The national debate about the tragic abuse of R&B star Rihanna at the hands of her boyfriend Chris Brown continues. Meanwhile, charitable organizations that focus on domestic violence prevention are weighing in on the matter.

3. Donate Your Birthday
Making donations to charity may be difficult if you're on a tight budget. So, why not pass on the birthday gifts and give them to charity instead?

4. Get Your Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Boxes Now!
When I was a little girl, I trick-or-treated with the little orange box and collected loose change to benefit UNICEF. Nearly $145 million dollars later, children are still helping children with this timeless tradition, and adults are getting involved too.

5. Creative and Thrifty Fundraising Ideas
You can successfully execute your fundraiser, at a lower cost.

6. Social “Networkanthropy;” a New Movement
Hugh Jackman has charitable organizations scrambling to convince him that they deserve to receive his $100,000 donation that he announced on his Twitter page. If charities want a chance at that donation, or the chance to grow their donor base, they better get up to speed on social networks.

7. Dying Boy Inspires Others to Feed the Hungry
An eleven-year old boy's dying wish was not to go on an amusement park vacation, but to help feed the hungry and poor. If Brenden Foster doesn’t inspire you to give back, who will?

8. Shop for Charity
Check out books and products that are about charity, or offer a percentage of profits to benefit charitable projects and organizations.

9. Hand-Made Quilts Keep Sick Children Warm
“Quilts for Kids” is an organization with hundreds of volunteers across the country making and distributing hand-made quilts to sick children everywhere. This year, Downy Fabric Softener supports the project with its “Downy Touch of Comfort Program.”

10. Lance Armstrong, An Athlete and a Giver
Lance Armstrong is not just an amazing athlete and a cancer survivor, although those things alone are enough to give him hero status. What sets him apart is how he takes advantage of his celebrity to raise awareness and money for cancer survivors everywhere.



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