As most Brave users know, hundreds of thousands of YouTube, Twitter and Reddit users have joined the BAT revolution and are now accepting tips from their fans.
What's lesser known, however, is the growing list of charities and non-profit organizations that are also accepting BAT tips.
Among the worthy recipients is us4warriors.org, a non-profit group dedicated to helping veterans and their families overcome hardships. It's an extremely worthy cause, and BAT users who want to show their support can check out the organization's website.
Many other groups around the world are also now accepting BAT, including wildlifewatchdogs.com, who help prevent animal poaching in Indonesia; codetoinspire.org, a group dedicated to educating women in Afghanistan; and pencilsofpromise.org, a group who works around the world to build schools and create education programs.
Other organizations include the Rainforest Foundation US, the Salvation Army in Greece, and the Lupus Foundation of America.
It's fantastic to know that Brave and BAT technology is making a real difference in the world. Anyone wanting to show their support is encouraged to make a donation.