Giving What We Can

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The project is continuing to hibernate for 2023!

Giving What We Can is also happy to sponsor donations for participants who'd like to do a giving game! Generally $10 or $20 for each adult! More info:

We also offer a trial pledge where you can pledge 1%-10% of income for a custom length of time, so you can see how pledging and giving feels!

That's so nice to hear :)

Welcome to the community and please feel free to reach out if we can help you at all! - Grace

Photo of where Grace is a Weavers Fields Playground (on the facebook event) if you like to join before we go to Newspeak House just before 12.30: 

Don't forget this event is today! Grace from the team will be at Weavers Field playground from 11.30am in case anyone wants to bring their kids! and then at Newspeak house from 12.30!

Don't forget to bring something to eat 🙂

Hi Ben,

The donor lottery should be run again at the end of 2023.

As far as we're aware this is the only donor lottery occurring. 

And yes, the GWWC team took over the donor lottery from EA Funds at the end of 2021.



Update: The 2022 Donor Lottery has been drawn!

The draw for the donor lottery took place on January 24th and no winner was drawn for all 3 lotteries - meaning that the ‘benefactor’ was selected.

View the draws here:
$2M lottery: No winner
$500K lottery: No winner
$100K lottery: No winner

This means that the funds will stay in the pot and will have the chance to be won in the next lottery.

This year, there was a high chance that the ‘benefactor’ would have won each of the lotteries and this is what occurred. The probability ranged from 74% for the $100K to 96.6% for the $2M. You can view the probabilities and payouts of past lotteries.

Thank you to those who entered the lottery, and best of luck if you choose to enter in the future!

I've added a bunch of Giving What We Can's videos under the different sections of your list! 

We've had feedback from group leaders in the past that some of our videos have been helpful for introductory content for their groups. - Grace

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