It’s now possible to support cancer research by simply using a new internet search engine called Search by WarOnCancer.
WarOnCancer is a tech company on a mission, founded by leukemia survivor Fabian Bolin. When you search the web with Search by WarOnCancer, 80% of the profit from the search ad revenue goes to support cancer research.
Just like Google and other search engines, Search by WarOnCancer makes money from showing ads next to search results. The difference is that they donate 80% of the profit made from the ads to the World Cancer Research Fund, a non-profit organisation and a pioneer in research and health information on the link between food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer.
This short video explains it all:
Could this be the easiest way to support cancer research? We think so.
So why not try search.waroncancer.com next time you find yourself about to search for something on the internet? It’s as simple as that.
Then if you like the search experience, you can make Search by WarOnCancer your new search engine and support cancer research with every search you do.
We can’t wait to see this new search engine take the world by storm!
Read more about Fabian’s story over on the World Cancer Research Fund’s Blog, here.