At the time Tsū went dark, the network had attracted 70 Charities for its users to support. This allowed for Tsūvians to become philanthropists - some of us for the very first time. Why? Because it was exceedingly easy for us to donate seamlessly peer-to-peer within the network, in the form of microdonations.
The term microdonations came about as the result of users being able to donate as little as one cent and still make a difference.
Tsū is gone, but not forgotten! Its spirit lives on in some of the newer 'payment' networks that are popping up! Here are three charities you may remember from Tsū -- that just joined Rabadaba.
So, we are now asking Tsūvians and Dabbers to start supporting them here: http://rabadaba.com/post/profiledabs/3116703?rank=3
@Zass - The Papillon Foundation based in Johanesburg,So Africa provides clothing and food for the needy at NGO's, Orphanages, Shelters and needy communities.
@Hope4Homeless - Southern Oregon Project Hope is based in Coos County, OR and is the only Homeless Outreach that covers that territory.
@LighthouseFoundation - is located in Capelle aan den IJssel, The Netherlands. They help people in need in The Netherlands
Uploaded: Aug 15, 2016