|GoodSeach.Com, the altruistic search
engine that provides charities and non-profit groups
with income based upon Web searches has again chosen to
honor the men and women who are members of the U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary, as well as the Coast Guard
Auxiliary Association, Inc.
This time, GoodSearch.Com honored all the men and
women who have and are serving with the U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary on the Sixty-Seventh (67) Anniversary of their
founding on June 23, 1939.
Approximately 32,000 men and women volunteer their
time to assist the U.S. Coast Guard in safe guarding our
harbors and bays, providing education and free Vessel
Safety Checks to the nation's recreational boaters, and
provide much needed support for most of the other
missions the U.S. Coast Guard performs.
Every day, people use search engines on the Internet
to find information. GoodSearch.Com donates fifty
percent (50 percent) of their advertising revenues to
charities and non-profit companies. These revenues work
out to about one penny for each search conducted using
their search engine.
Users may go to
www.Goodsearch.Com, and select the charity of choice
(in our case the Coast Guard Auxiliary Association (St.
Louis, Mo.) ) and start searching for information. Each
time someone searches, the Coast Guard Auxiliary
Association earns a royalty to support auxiliary
The New York Times wrote, "GoodSearch, which is
based in Los Angeles and uses Yahoo's search
technology... Each time someone searches, GoodSearch
gives half of the advertising revenue that it earns from
the search to the person's charity or school of choice."
(Dec. 26, 2005)
The Coast Guard Auxiliary Association is a 501(c)3
Non-Profit corporation that provides financial support
for the operation of the United States Coast Guard
The auxiliary is the uniformed, volunteer
non-military component of the U.S. Coast Guard and
currently has approximately 32,000 members who donate
millions of hours each year in providing public
education, free vessel safety checks, safety patrols,
search-and-rescue missions as well as marine safety and
environmental protection for our recreational boaters
and the public at-large.