What if there was a social network that made you feel good about participating and ultimately did good for others?
It seems that the big named social networks that we’ve come to know and rely on are saturated with all sorts of people and messages -- some good, some bad, some really negative and hurtful.
Recently I found the social networking site, iKareCare.com, which is dedicated to the idea of spreading positivity and happiness.
iKareCafe.com is striving to connect people in meaningful ways that encourage and uplift those who participate to do good things and share happy moments in their lives.
At iKareCafe.com, you won’t find a bunch of casino games or dramatic chain posts or pictures of cats. Well, okay, possibly some cat pictures – but not grumpy ones.
More than anything else, the most interesting part of iKareCafe.com is that they donate at least 60% of their advertising income from their site to charities of your choice. The people who participate in this social networking site are truly connected to doing something good while building a positively online community.
post by Nick Venturella
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