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The Fundraising app that Apple could make

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 5-01-2013 23:10 | Category: Fundraising

Apple Donation Box App

Cool idea from Philip Hovensjö, Max Pilwat, Andy Schwitter and Westley Taylor. They are students at the Miami Ad School in Hamburg.
Apple is having a bad reputation in the fundraising market. And the students gave the gadget manufacturer a free idea for the holidays.
Swipe apps that you no longer use into a Donation Box App. Their value is donated directly to the Salvation Army. Sounds easy isn’t it?



Comments about The Fundraising app that Apple could make

Before you get too rhapsodic, please be aware that the Salvation Army is one of the leading activists in opposing marriage equality.  That’s right—they do all they can to keep gay people from having the same right to marry enjoyed by the rest of us.  Donate *that*.

Posted by Daniel | 6-01-2013 16:10

Comments about The Fundraising app that Apple could make

Try the free Voucherry app: helps you fundraise for your favorite cause, without spending any money at all.

Posted by Brooks | 23-01-2013 16:59

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