Now you can flattr charities

Maybe you’ve seen these? They mean that from now on you can flattr charities! We’ve added a section to the site where you can give money to awesome charities.

We’ve teamed up with givv.org, a wonderful service that helps you give money to charities via a monthly budget. We love what Jason Pratt and his team have done and so we thought “Hey let’s combine great stuff” so givv now has a flattr account, and you can flattr some of the most well-known charity organizations in the world via flattr + givv.

Get going and flattr Doctors without Borders, Greenpeace, WWF, Save the Children, Amnesty or why not the Red Cross

Beside the ones via givv, Peta Germany and Odyssey have also joined directly, and so we say “Välkommen till Flattr” of course.

You can find all things from approved charities here >>

Subscribe to some of your favorite charities and know that you’ll automatically flattr each month.
And of course any verified charity accounts don’t pay the usual 10% fee.

If you want your charity organization on Flattr, follow the instructions here >>

Awesome!

10 thoughts on “Now you can flattr charities

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  2. This is great news! I also noticed that there are “Non profit” accounts in addition to “Charity” accounts. How do these work?

  3. I still very much boycott PayPal and Moneybookers for their unacceptable treatment of WikiLeaks, PirateBay and others. I do like the idea of Flattr though and wish there was another way to move funds into a Flattr account. Any plans for this?

  4. Hi Undrar!

    Sorry for the slow response.

    We’re actively working on finding more alternatives than only paypal & Moneybookers but micropayments is a hard market and legal parts are slow.

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