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Reviews of the Top 10 Charitable Search Engines of 2020

Welcome to our reviews of the Best Charitable Search Engines of 2020. Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each charitable search engine, alongside which you'll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.

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SearchScene is the only charitable search engine that donates to major international charities. SearchScene donates up to 95% of its profits to charity - more than any other search engine. SearchScene also provides the best search experience of all the charitable search engines we've reviewed, which includes engaging, rich content in the search results. For this reason, SearchScene is our #1 rated charity search...

» Read the Full Review of SearchScene.com

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Ecosia is the search engine that plants trees! Launched in 2009, Ecosia is possibly the longest running and best known of all our listed charitable search engines. Ecosia donates around 80% of its profits to tree planting projects, which not only plant trees, but also provide vital income to the workers who plant the trees in the world's poorest places. Trees tend to be...

» Read the Full Review of Ecosia.org

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Lilo.org is a French-based charitable search engine that was launched in 2015 by two engineers. Lilo donates 50% of its revenues to charity - these are mainly French-based charities. You are allocated one water droplet for each search you make. You can then donate these water droplets to any charity you choose. You can choose to allocate some or all of your water droplets...

» Read the Full Review of Lilo.org

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Ekoru is a charitable search engine that uses its profits to clean the oceans of plastic and reforest the ocean floor with seagrass. Yes, you heard that right, reforest the ocean floors - by planting seagrass (or Posidonia Oceanica) into the ocean floor! Ekoru is powered by Bing and donates 60% of its revenues to Big Blue Ocean Cleanup, which helps keep the oceans...

» Read the Full Review of Ekoru.org

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WhaleSlide is a charity search engine with a difference - they have no ads! Instead, they make money from affiliate links - these are special tracking links used in place of some of the regular links within their search results. If you click on one of these affiliate links and make a purchase from that merchant site (e.g. Amazon, eBay, Walmart) then WhaleSlide will...

» Read the Full Review of WhaleSlide.com

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Founded in 2018, Givero is a Danish-based charitable search engine that donates 50% of its revenues to charity. These charities comprise a handful of large, well-known, international charities. Like so many other charitable search engines, Givero's search results are provided by Microsoft Bing. Whilst the search results are relevant and up-to-date, it lacks the rich-content of most charitable search engines and also lacks the...

» Read the Full Review of Givero.com

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Goodsearch is the web search part of Goodshop, a shopping discount/voucher site that allows you to raise money for charity or get cashback for yourself as you shop online. It also offers discount vouchers at certain outlets. The Goodsearch search box redirects all your searches to Yahoo! Goodsearch earn a commission from any of the ads you click on the Yahoo search engine -...

» Read the Full Review of Goodshop Search

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Youcare is a French-based charitable search engine, that donates a portion of its ad revenue to feed animals in shelters. Around 45 searches are required to earn the ad revenue required to donate one meal. Since its launch in 2017, Youcare have donated over 350,000 meals to animals in shelters, mostly in France, but in 2019 Youcare also started donating meals to animals in...

» Read the Full Review of Youcare.world

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Savoo Search is the web search box on the popular UK-based voucher search engine Savoo.co.uk. This review will focus exclusively on the web search functionality of Savoo. Savoo donate 50% of their advertising revenue to charity, which approximates to 1p per search, on average. Over 300 charities are listed, but these are all mainly UK-based charities, which, apart from a handful of the featured...

» Read the Full Review of Savoo.co.uk

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NGOBrowser is not a browser at all, but a brandable, charitable search engine that donates 60% of its revenues to charity. What do we mean by brandable? Well, if you are a charity or NGO, you can submit your non-profit organization to NGO Browser, upload your logo and turn NGOBrowser into your own branded charitable search engine, with your logo prominently displayed on the...

» Read the Full Review of NGOBrowser.org

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Latest User Reviews

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SearchScene is the best
User Review of SearchScene by Louise B. on 17 June 2020

I've just installed the SearchScene browser extension on Chrome, so now I have SearchScene as my default search engine. It appears with a new scenery wallpaper image every day when I first open Chrome and whenever I open a new... (Read the full review)



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Good for a Yandex user, not US
User Review of Easy Search by Jda on 31 May 2020

It probably supports more charities than any other, but really isn't a good search engine. It doesn't have results, doesn't look cool or load fast, and just isn't that good. It also has things in Chinese. If you're in China... (Read the full review)



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Ecosia is amazing
User Review of Ecosia.org by Goatz Reviews on 20 May 2020

Ecosia is amazing. It does spend quite a lot on things other than trees. But I thinks it works just as good as google so far and say you should try it. It has quite a lot of ads for... (Read the full review)



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Searching the web finally feels good!
User Review of SearchScene by David on 16 May 2020

I am sick of Google: I'm sick of propping up a multi-billion dollar company that just hoards all of its money for its shareholders without giving anything back, sick of being tracked around the web and sick of being bombarded... (Read the full review)



 



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