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The Monitor partners with UniversalGiving

The Christian Science Monitor is very excited to announce a partnership with UniversalGiving™, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization providing giving and volunteering opportunities in more than 100 countries.

The partnership between the Monitor and UniversalGiving™ is based on shared values. Both organizations aim to empower their customers to help others. The Christian Science Monitor is committed to the highest standards of integrity in reporting global news. UniversalGiving™ is committed to vetting the top-performing, trusted organizations all over the world through its proprietary Quality Model™.

There is no financial element to the partnership; neither organization is paying the other. Also, neither the Monitor nor UniversalGiving™ receives any portion of funding that you may give to organizations listed on our partnership pages.

UniversalGiving™ has been featured on the homepage of BusinessWeek. They've also been mentioned on, NBC News, and, as well as in The Christian Science Monitor, The New York Times, Financial Times, and L.A. Times.

UniversalGiving™ is in the blogging world with PhilanthroPost (formerly Philanthrobuzz), and with their founder and CEO's blog, Living and Giving. You can also follow them and their CEO on Twitter.

For more information about this collaboration – or to send comments or questions – please feel free to contact Abraham McLaughlin, the Monitor’s Partnership Coordinator at

Doing Good


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