• Girls Who Code brings in $1M from Lyft rider donations

    2 monthes ago - By Tech Crunch

    Girls Who Code , an organization focused on closing the gender gap in tech, has raised $1 million from Lyft riders since the ride-hailing company added the non-profit organization to its Round Up & Donate program last year.
    The program allows participating charities, which has included Habitat for Humanity and World Wildlife Fund, to receive small donations from Lyft riders, who can opt-in by visiting the Round Up & Donate tab within settings in the Lyft app. Launched in May 2017, the feature rounds up your trip payments to the nearest dollar and donates the difference.
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  • EA is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting

    EA is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting

    2 monthes ago - By Chron

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    Electronic Arts, the gaming company that owns the "Madden" franchise, announced it is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting.
    It was during a "Madden" tournament on August 26 that shooter David Katz opened fire, killing two people and wounding 10 others.
    As well as its own donation, EA is setting up a public fund for the victims and will hold a tribute livestream on September 6.
    Electronic Arts, the company behind the "Madden" franchise, has announced it is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting.
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  • EA is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting

    EA is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Electronic Arts, the gaming company that owns the "Madden" franchise, announced it is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting.
    It was during a "Madden" tournament on August 26 that shooter David Katz opened fire, killing two people and wounding 10 others.
    As well as its own donation, EA is setting up a public fund for the victims and will hold a tribute livestream on September 6.
    Electronic Arts, the company behind the "Madden" franchise, has announced it is donating $1 million to the victims of the Jacksonville shooting.
    David Katz shot and killed Taylor Robertson...
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