Every order is a donation

Picture this:
When you place an order at maidodo store, you will receive an E-mail from the official customer service team, Thank you for your contribution Donate~

maidodo will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of whatever you buy to a friendly cooperation charity. You pay nothing extra, so there’s no reason not to do it.

We can donate to those in need,
We can donate books, clothes for children,
We can donate food for the elderly,
We can give love to society.

When your order amount meets a small $7 fee, we will record your name on the DONORS page, and, we will protect your privacy.

Nonprofit professionals know that every penny counts when it comes to charitable donations, but the average donor may think that they can’t make an impact with just a few bucks. Make sure that potential donors know how much your organization values every donation—no matter the amount.


“Will you make a small $5 gift today?”

“A small $10 donation will feed a child for seven days.”

Pro Tip: Make sure that the donation amount you refer to would be considered small by your target audience. A $25 donation may be small to one donor, but large to another.

Buy what you need at the maidodo store and wait for the package to arrive. When you receive your favorite package, you will feel the satisfaction of the product right away.
When you donate to a charitable cause, the return is less immediate and concrete.

“Donate to our early education programs because learning can’t wait.”

“You can donate by clicking here.”

“You can make a difference by creating a fundraising page.”

Tips for Giving

• Verify tax-exempt status. If you’re not sure whether donations to a particular charity are tax-deductible (don’t assume they are), confirm a group’s status by checking with the group or by searching on the IRS website.

• Give directly. If you’re contacted by a professional fundraiser for a charity you want to support, hang up and give directly instead. “The fundraiser might be keeping two-thirds of the money,” says Stephanie Kalivas of CharityWatch.

• Watch for fees. Online giving platforms and crowdfunding websites often charge payment processing fees on donations, perhaps 3 percent or more, which reduces the impact of your gift. The charity may also be charged transaction fees if you send your payment via credit card. To avoid those fees, consider giving by cash or check or direct bank transfer when possible.

• Request privacy. If you don’t want to be bothered by endless fundraising appeals, tell groups you support that you don’t want your name and contact information sold, exchanged, or rented to other groups or for-profit companies, a common practice among some charities. You also can ask the groups not to send you further appeal letters, email, or phone solicitations. Check the charity’s privacy policy before giving.

• Be on guard for soundalikes. Some low-rated charities have names that resemble those of high-rated ones. For example, there’s the low-rated United Breast Cancer Foundation of Huntington, N.Y., and the high-rated Breast Cancer Research Foundation of New York City. “In some cases, soundalike charities are there with the intent to deceive donors into thinking they are donating to somebody else,” says Bennett Weiner of the BBB Wise Giving Alliance. In other instances, groups have similar names because they’re focusing on the same causes.

• Consider donating to the charity watchdogs. They’re charities, too.

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