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February 2021 Newsletter

4 min read
28 Feb 2021

In this edition you can find our latest job opportunities, upcoming events, updates from our community, news about our top priority cause areas, and ways you can help advocate.


Before we get started, we'd love to know:

What motivates you to use a portion of your income to help others?

Simply email us your answer! We'll feature a few in the next newsletter and send those featured writers some GWWC swag.

Join our team

We're hiring a Developer/Technical Product Manager to help build, maintain and develop our website and pledge dashboard. Please apply if you want to use your software engineering skills to help people give more, and give more effectively.

The Centre for Effective Altruism, our parent organisation, is also hiring for a Full-stack Engineer and Finance and Data Lead.

You can also apply to volunteer with us or express your interest in other roles.

Attend an online event

Come along and meet other people who are committed effectively using their resources to make the world better:

If you have any questions or want to discuss your donation decisions, we recommend registering for an Open Forum event. See all our events.

Our new video

Watch (and share) our new video about how to do the most good with your charitable donations. Thanks to member Simon Panrucker for making this!

News and updates


Animal welfare

Global health & development

Long-term future

Help spread effective giving

A great way to multiply your impact is to tell people about effective giving.

Here are just a few ways you can help advocate for effective giving:

Not only can spreading these ideas and growing this community help us make progress on some of the world's most pressing problems (directly helping the beneficiaries of our donations), but it consistently enriches the lives of the givers too.

"For it is in giving that we receive." St. Francis of Assisi

You can follow us on TwitterFacebook or LinkedIn or subscribe to the EA Newsletter for more news and articles.

Do you have questions about the pledge, Giving What We Can, or effective altruism in general? Check out our FAQ page, or contact us directly.