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Author Topic: Borrowing ideas from other websites  (Read 2440 times)
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« on: May 05, 2008, 01:28:01 AM »

Ever heard of Idea Portal websites. They exist for people to post their ideas on many topics, so that others may benefit from them either financially or altruistically. A few of these type of websites have categories devoted to charity, social or community ideas. Maybe if I post some links to some of these websites, somebody might see an idea that although unrelated to Kiva could be adapted to help Kiva. I hope that if you think of anything, that you'll post it to the Forum here.

Global Ideas Bank -
Click on 'The Ideas Bank' tab at top of page and then choose your category

UnLtd Ideas Bank -

HalfBakery -
Click on categories like 'Charity', Charity - Small Change' etc., etc.

Ideawicket -
Click on 'Categories' tab at the top of page. Then maybe 'Miscellaneous' or 'Social'

Whynot -
Click on 'Communities' or 'Non Profit'

Creativity Pool -
Click on 'Society + Welfare' category to the left of the page

Thinkspotting -

IdeaBobber -
Click on category 'Charity' to the left of the web page

Cambrian House -
Do a search for 'Charity' in the Search box to the left of the page


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