Creddon (beta) is a free website that lets you donate tweets for raising the funds for charities. No, you don’t have to donate your own tweets, favorites, or retweets. This website lets you choose a cause from its homepage that you can post as a tweet on your Twitter timeline. And for each tweet, the sponsors will donate $1 to associated charities. Every single retweet made by users from your account is contributed as ¢50.
There are four different charities (Girls Who Code, Watsi, Kiva, and Effect) associated with different causes. Every single charity will receive the donation from sponsors. Available sponsors are: Slack, Lab360, brisk.io, TrackDuck, StartupHouse, Anonymous, and Bebo.com.
This website acts as a medium between charities and sponsors, but it doesn’t handle the donation money. It only publishes the campaigns of the sponsors and reports the sponsors for donation (based on tweets and retweets done by users). In return, sponsors give the amount and give the copy of the receipt to this website.
The screenshot above clearly shows what this website actually does. You can also check the total number of tweets (at the time of taking the screenshot) done by users so far. You can also read the FAQ of this website to check the amount raised for charities and other queries.
How To Donate Tweets for Raising Funds for Charities?
These are the steps:
Step 1: Open the homepage of Creddon website.
Step 2: Scroll down its homepage to see the causes and select a cause.
Step 3: You can preview the tweet that you are going to post on your Twitter timeline. Tweet preview will show the cause, charity, and sponsor that will donate the money.
To publish the tweet, it will prompt you to sign in to your Twitter account and authorize this website. That’s it! You have done your part. You can also post other available causes as tweets to help charities raise funds.
This website is doing a good job and you can also help charities to raise some funds for good purposes. All you have to do is select the cause and tweet it.