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Donate to charity with a tweet

Technology has made transferring money and paying bills as easy as ending a text. Seeing the potential for gathering funds, charities and organisations are making it super simple to donate to charity. Charitweet is a platform that lets you donate to any charity simply by writing a tweet.

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