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With all of the competition on the net for your shopping dollars this holiday season, it can be difficult sorting out all of the contenders.

An option you may want to consider in the season of giving - using a shopping service that donates some of the profits from online sales to good causes.

That's exactly what is counting on. This web site has brokered deals with hundreds of shopping site and charities, making it easy for you to give money to causes you care about.

The process is simple. You visit the web site and choose the online store where you'd like to shop. Then select the charity you'd like to give to. Choices run the gamut - from the conservative Accuracy in Media, the Washington-based media watchdog - to the invisible - as in the 24 Carat Ferret Rescue and Shelter of Las Vegas, Nevada.

The exact amount that goes to the charity varies, depending the arrangement iGive works out with the cause. Typically the donation will be between 8 and 15% of the price of your purchase, less an unspecified administrative fee.

Donors concerned about where their money is going will appreciate one feature. iGive publicly posts a complete listing of all the checks it mails out, a level of accountability that other non-profits would do well to take notice of.

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