Want to plant a tree due to the events of the Carmel but are reluctant to leave the house? Google They will plant a tree in your honor, provided you have opened enough tabs in their browser…
If you have a computer with relatively high multitasking capabilities, you can participate in a donation campaign that Google is conducting in honor of their publication. So if you have a pang of conscience about the disaster in Carmel, about poor children without books or about the other not-so-nice things in our world, you can download The intended extension To your Chrome browser. In total, you can "donate" up to 230 tabs, that is, for each tab you open, Google Do a mitzvah on your behalf. The details are as follows:
10 tabs you have opened - planting a tree somewhere in the world or one book to be published and donated.
25 tabs - vaccination of someone in the world for a particular disease.
100 tabs - building a square meter of shelter somewhere in the world.
200 tabs - cleaning the drinking water of one person and supplying them for a year
You The online donation operation Organize Google With the cooperation of five aid organizations from various industries: the Authority for the Conservation of Natural Resources, the charity: water organization, Doctors Without Borders, "Reading Room" (a donation organization that deals with books), and with the help of the aid organization "Un Techno para mi País" (Spanish organization that deals In various and varied donations).
However, the donation campaign will run until December 19 (tomorrow at midnight) and is limited to $ XNUMX million, although it is likely that this "minimal" expense will pay for itself in the long run in the profits of Google.