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Tech Talk 12-17-17 Sun, 17 Dec 2017 23:11:26 +0000 Tech Talk 12-17-17 Tech Talk 12-17-17 WTWO a try. ((sadie)) the headlines we see continuously demonstrate how we.... here at home can help others around the world. sometimes it feels like there's nothing we can do to help those in need.dan reynolds says that isn't the there are apps are designed to help you donate to charity.<<((dan reynolds reporting:charity miles is for walkers, runners or bikers who want to turn their miles into cash for charities. it tracks your workout mileage so you can earn a small amount for charity every time. you can choose from more than 40 charities. the app is free for ios and android.the app called donate a photo takes advantage of something most people do regularly with their smartphones: take pictures. from johnson and johnson, it has you take a photo and share it in the donate a photo gallery. you can also share it via your own social media. in exchange, johnson and johnson will donate one-dollar to the charity you choose. you can add one picture a day. the apps is free for ios and android.the united nations- based app called share the meal fights global hunger. tap the app on your phone and give 50-cents. that will feed one child for one day. what's more, your can see exactly where your donation is going and who it's helping. the organization claims 15-million meals already have been shared. the app is free for ios and android.>>((sadie))dan has linked you. go to my wabash valley dot on sections.then lifestyle.and technology matters.look for charity

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