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Jessica Biel: I GoodSearch for Charity

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dgg-0087352.jpgJessica Biel is one of many celebrities who GoodSearch for charities. In a recently posted video, Biel is promoting her support of the charity Much Love Animal Rescue through her affiliation with the do good search engine.

GoodSearch is a search engine which donates 50-percent of its revenue to the charities and schools designated by its users. You use GoodSearch exactly as you would any other search engine. Because it’s powered by Yahoo!, you get proven search results. The money GoodSearch donates to your cause comes from its advertisers — the users and the organizations do not spend a dime! Started by brother and sister team Ken and JJ Ramberg, Goodsearch is dedicated to Ken and JJ’s mother, who passed away from cancer and who taught them both that by working together with dogged dedication, we can really make this world a better place.

Some other celebrity charities who benefit from GoodSearch include: Lance Armstrong and his foundation, Drew Barrymore’s support of United Nations World Food Program, and Tyra Bank’s TZone Foundation. Help to spread the GoodSearch word and stay tuned for more celebrities GoodSearching for a cause!

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