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Help the Animals at the Humane Society of Washington County Every Time You Search the Internet

Help the Animals at the Humane Society of Washington County Every Time You Search the Internet

Hagerstown, MD: Every time you search the internet or shop online you can help the Humane Society of Washington County by using a new Yahoo powered search engine called Goodsearch.com, http://www.goodsearch.com/.
GoodSearch.com donates 50% of its revenue, approximately a penny per search, to the charities designated by its users. Users search the internet exactly as they would with any other search engine and the pennies add up quickly - just 500 people searching four times a day will earn around $7,300 in a year! The novel concept behind this new search engine was developed by Internet entrepreneurs and brother sister team Ken and JJ Ramberg.
Internet shoppers can also help the HSWC by utilizing Goodshop.com, http://www.goodsearch.com/goodshop.aspx. Each time a purchase is made from the Goodshop.com website a percentage of that purchase to the HSWC will be donated by the participating retailer. A list of the retailers can be found at http://www.goodsearch.com/goodshop.aspx.
Helping the animals at the Humane Society of Washington County has never been easier. Sign onto Goodsearch.com, put the Humane Society of Washington County into the "Who do you Goodsearch for?" field and search away. The animals and staff at the HSWC thank you for using Goodsearch.com.

The Humane Society of Washington County is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for animals by sheltering those at risk and providing educational programs that strive to deepen the community's commitment to humane values.

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