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Next Match Drive:
December 6, 2022

Due to an unexpected last-minute and critical bug, we have decided to delay our 2022 Match Drive until Tuesday the 6th of December.

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How does it work?

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We select effective charities to be part of a “Drive” campaign every year. (Sometimes we run multiple drives a year)

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Before each Drive, we raise funds that will be used to match any donations received during the Drive

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As soon as the Drive opens for donations, donors can make a donation to any of our listed charities and their donations will be matched

Donate to increase the match pool**

**Donations to the Match Pool, will not be matched. They will be used to match other donations during our next Match Drive. 

Donations via this form are tax-deductible in the US only and will be via credit card.

For other donation options, including via cryptocurrencies, Donor Advised Funds (DAFs), check or wire transfer please contact info@doubleupdrive.org

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What is an effective charity?

Charities vary when it comes to transparency, financial efficiency, and overall effectiveness. Effective altruism is a research-based philosophy that considers evidence and reason to identify charities where donations can do the most good. It focuses on generally neglected issues that are large in scale but are highly solvable – areas where increased funding is best shown to not only save lives, but to increase the overall quality of life.