Ammado plans global reach

Dublin internet firm Ammado has unveiled an online donation system that its founders claim will help it become ‘‘one of the biggest internet companies in the world’’.

6th September, 2008

Dublin internet firm Ammado has unveiled an online donation system that its founders claim will help it become ‘‘one of the biggest internet companies in the world’’.

Ammado, which was founded in 2005 by Peter Conlon and Anna Kupka, has launched the Giving Circle, which allows internet users to donate money to non-profit bodies worldwide in 33 currencies.

The Ammado site combines social networking with charitable giving, linking the non-profits with people who...

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