Everyclick.com, the search engine that helps charity, is one of the finalists for The Jaeger-LeCoultre Daily Telegraph Business Personality of the Year Awards 2006.

Damian Reece, the City Editor of The Daily Telegraph said “We were looking for people who had left the comfort zone of a salaried position to start their own business or who had overcome disabilities or who were not only generous with their money but also their time.”

The founders of everyclick have put their homes on the line to support this fundraising venture. Everyclick.com gives 50% of its gross revenue to the charity of the users’ choice. There is no cost to the user or the charity and the website enables you to select your favorite charity from the 170,000 that are registered in the UK.

Polly Gowers, CEO of everyclick.com said “We are determined to turn the internet into a sustainable fundraising mechanism for any charity. Every internet user has the potential to revenue for the charity of their choice just by changing the way they search.”

Everyclick’s founders are amongst personalities such as Sir John Harvey-Jones, Peter Birch, John Bird and inventors James Dyson and Trevor Bayliss in competition for this award. Everyclick.com has already raised over £120,000 for charity and at the current rate of growth projections suggest this could exceed £1million by the end of 2007.


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Published on: 12:00AM on 25th February 2007