Announcing the official launch of the eAlms.com - the Internetís first person-to-person charity.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ, June 16. 2008 - eAlms.com, the Internetís first person-to-person charity, is proud to announce its launch to the public (www.ealms.com). eAlms.com is best described as a ďPerson-to-Person (P2P) Giving NetworkĒ and represents the next revolution in philanthropy. Any private individual with a genuine need can post a request on eAlms.com for the world to see. Generous members can then donate as much or as little as they wish. Donations are aggregated and paid to the member in need. For example, the student without money to pay for his books next semester can post a listing, as can the young mother, recently divorced or widowed, who needs money to buy milk for her baby.
By using the power of the Internet, anyone can ask for help or give help. Charities, by their nature, are limited in scope and effectiveness, and usually burdened with an expensive bureaucracy. On eAlms.com, the world can come together as ordinary people help one another.
Registration at eAlms.com is fast, easy and free. Members with needs can post their requests in minutes. Donations can be accepted immediately and are processed securely. The only thing members need to receive donations is a valid email address.
Although eAlms.com currently is available only for donations between private individuals, it will soon open itself to registered charities and non-profits. Ultimately, eAlms.com plans to become the Internetís central hub for all charitable activity transactions, making it easy to donate to anyone or anything that has a need.
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