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  • Tab for a Cause donates money to charity
  • Tab for a Cause donates money to charity
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Tab for a Cause donates money to charity

How many browser tabs do you have open? Five? Fifteen? Through a browser extension called Tab for a Cause, you can now raise money for charity every time you up your tab count. Having raised nearly $300,000, it’s proving that positive change can come from even the simplest of tasks.

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