Case Study: CARE

CARE was accepting crypto when they signed on with The Giving Block. Shortly after, they got involved in an NFT fundraising project and saw their donation volume skyrocket beyond their expectations.
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About CARE

CARE works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. Whether it’s providing critical assistance in a sudden emergency in Haiti or ongoing crisis in Afghanistan, combating hunger and malnutrition in Somalia, increasing access to health care for mothers and their children in India, or ensuring girls have the right to an education in Nepal, CARE is committed to strengthening communities by empowering women and girls. Today, CARE operates in over 100 countries and impacts the lives of more than 90 million people each year.
Visit Website: https://www.care.org

Support CARE by donating crypto

Giving to the CARE Crypto Fund for Humanitarian Aid is simple and easy, and goes to work immediately to support innovative solutions to meet increasingly complex humanitarian emergencies. We welcome the opportunity to deploy emerging technologies like crypto to help us achieve social impact at scale.
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Case Study: Orangutan Outreach

Case Study: Orangutan Outreach

Orangutan Outreach protects orangutans in their native forests of Borneo and Sumatra while providing care for orphaned and displaced orangutans until they can be returned to their natural environment.
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Case Study: Vive Church

Case Study: Vive Church

VIVE Church started taking crypto donations to expand the ways their congregants could support the church. Soon after, crypto donors helped them reach their fundraising target to purchase a new building that will enable them to make a community greater impact.
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Case Study: KABOOM!

Case Study: KABOOM!

KABOOM! has always been ahead of the curve with tech trends. To stay on the cutting-edge of fundraising, they began accepting crypto donations in 2021 to further their mission.
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