The Albany business journal recently published an article entitled "Tech Valley nonprofits can learn from Austin's mistakes".
I think this article makes the perfect case for Change Round-Up. Change Round-Up is the Coxsackie, NY startup I've been involved with for nearly a year now -- our tagline is "Making Cents of Online Giving™".
We make it possible for retailers to, with no cost to participate in our service, offer their customers, at the point of purchase, the opportunity to donate their spare change to a charity of choice.
Only InterWeb retailers or brick and mortar ones too?
At the moment, just e-tailers. Patents/licensing and general toe-stepping-on and all that to consider.
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