Domain Names for Charity

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Below are a few unregistered domain names I believe have good potential. Although I am not charging anything for researching these names, I am requesting that the person who registers each makes a donation to a non-profit organization.

DiscountOliveOils.com
DomainInvestmentTips.com
SailboatingLessons.com
CustomBicycleHelmets.com
PreownedMP3.com
PreownedWheelchairs.com
ItalianInstructors.com
GermanInstructors.com
HebrewInstructors.com
JapaneseInstructors.com
ArabicInstructors.com
ArabicGuides.com

You don’t need to tell me how much was donated, but I would love to know which charity was helped, so please drop me a line after!

A few non-profits I recommend (with the link to make a donation):

Dana Farber Cancer Institute
ALS Association
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure for Breast Cancer
Simon Wiesenthal Center
Meir Panim

Charities Previously Helped:
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Eliot. I registered two of those domains. I’ll donate tomorrow, either to one of those above if my PayPal is still working (didn’t confirm it yet) or to a local charity from my city.
    Thanks for the tip 🙂

  2. From one of my blog readers:

    “I have made a donation to the Simon Wiesenthal Center. I think what your doing is really awesome!”

    THANKS!! There are still a few names left unregistered.

  3. Hello Everyone,
    I was able to register two last domains available. I haven’t done anything with them yet, but I do plan to. Thank you.

    I decided to make a donation to Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

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