80k added 11,000 people to their newsletter in the last two months by doing outreach to students and through the website. In Oxford and Cambridge, they signed up over 25% of incoming undergrads.
Effective Altruism Foundation
Dutch, German and Swiss donors can make tax-deductible donations to all EA charities via EAF (formerly GBS Switzerland) – find out more. Recently, they published a transparency page as well.
Raising for Effective Giving
REG is expanding their industry-targeted outreach activites to Daily Fantasy Sports, starting with a $75,000 matching challenge funded by Tom “chipotleaddict” Crowley, a former professional poker player who recently won one of the biggest ever DFS tournaments for a prize of $1.2 million. They are also working on new projects in professional gaming and trading.
The Life You Can Save
Founder Peter Singer will be answering your questions during a Product Hunt LIVE chat on 30 Nov. from 12-1 PM Pacific/3-4 PM Eastern. Sign up to chat with Peter and get ready for an inspiring conversation!
Animal Charity Evaluators is looking for several part-time, remote interns in the fields of research, operations, development and communications. These internships start in January, run for three months and offer the possibility of an extension.
The Centre for the Study of Existential Risk is hiring four new postdoctoral researchers to start in Jan. 2016 or as soon as possible afterwards. The research associates will join a growing team of researchers developing a general methodology for the management of extreme technological risk. The deadline is 12:00 noon UK time this Thursday, 12 Nov.
The Effective Altruism Foundation (formerly GBS Switzerland) is recruiting a Director of Growth for their project Raising for Effective Giving (REG). They are also offering three positions at their new hub in Berlin, focusing on outreach and operations.
A community project of the Centre for Effective Altruism, a registered charity in England and Wales, Registered Charity Number 1149828 Centre for Effective Altruism, Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Littlegate House, St Ebbes Street, Oxford OX1 1PT, UK