Here at enviroforum, we believe that everyone can help make a difference to the world we live in and we want to promote that by helping you, help others.
We’ve decided that this year, we are going to put this into action. For each piece of content our community members contribute to our website, we donate real cash into our charity fund. Then every 6 months pick a random UK charity to receive those funds.
As this is a brand new initiative, we are yet to select a charity for earnings for the past 6 months. However, going forward, we will likely to be chosing a charity following our member recommendations.
We pay out the earnings for the chosen charities twice per year
- For earnings earned between the 1st of January until the 30th of June, we pay this on the first working day of July.
- For earnings earned between the 1st of July until the 31st of December, we pay this on the first working day of January.
Our members can earn cash for charity in many ways as outlined below;
- Members earn £0.05 for charity when registering.
- Members earn £0.01 for charity when logging in (maximum of once per week).
- Members earn £0.05 for charity when creating a new article (maximum of 5 times per week).
- Members earn £0.01 for charity when creating a new forum topic (maximum of 5 times per week).
- Members earn £0.01 for charity when creating a new forum topic reply (maximum of 5 times per week).
- Members earn £0.05 for charity when referring a new website visitor (maximum of once per day).
More ways to earn cash for charity will be added soon.
If a user posts content to our website that is removed due to it breaching our terms and conditions or our community guidelines, then any earnings accumulated from that content is removed from the fund.
We reserve the right to deduct earnings from an account if we see fit.
Across our website, you will find advertisements and website links that are run through affiliate programmes. These raise funds for us to keep our website operational.
As we have found in the past, there has always been an excess of funds so we have decided to use this to finance this initiative.