SEATTLE – American charities have weathered a significant drop in giving this year, and while they’re hoping for a holiday miracle, a recent survey shows they will probably see a decrease in year-end generosity. In light of the economic downturn, only 38 percent of Americans say they are more likely to give a charitable gift as a holiday present this year, compared to 49 percent last year, according to a survey conducted by Harris Interactive to be released Monday. Some of the biggest U.S. charities say they are budgeting for a disappointing Christmas.—The Associated Press, November 16, 2009

Many nonprofits are feeling the pinch from today’s challenging economic climate.  As the excerpt above from the Associated Press poll shows, the tough times are impacting charities’ fundraising efforts and their supporters’ donation levels, even during the traditional year-end season of giving.

However, there is some good news to report: In response to the fundraising challenges faced by nonprofits and schools, during the month of December, GlobalMojo will donate 100% of the revenue generated by our users to their chosen causes!

During the “100% For the Holidays” campaign, starting on cyber Monday, November 30th through December 31, 2009, GlobalMojo will donate 100% of the revenue generated by our users to their chosen causes. After December 31, 2009, 50% of generated revenue will go to users’ chosen causes.

Nonprofits aren’t the only ones feeling the pinch. Consumers are also looking for ways to be generous without spending more than they’ve budgeted for the holidays. Fortunately GlobalMojo offers powerful tools for your holiday shopping, that will help you quickly find exactly what you need (at the best prices) and raise more money for your favorite nonprofit:

We invite you to visit to learn more about the GlobalMojo browser, and how we’re helping nonprofits and their supporters browse with purpose.

Note: If you are a nonprofit or school, please visit our nonprofit services pages to learn how you can maximize GlobalMojo as a free fundraising tool during the holidays and beyond.

Happy Holidays!