PIR now offers .CHARITY, .FOUNDATION, .GIVES

Public Interest Registry (PIR) is now offering its newly acquired top-level domains: .CHARITY, .FOUNDATION, .GIVES.

Public Interest Registry (PIR), the non-profit organization behind .ORG and leading provider of mission-driven domains, announced its .ORG family of domains now includes: .CHARITY, .FOUNDATION, and .GIVES.

Following PIR’s acquisition of .CHARITY, .FOUNDATION and .GIVES, the TLDs are now officially available through PIR.

With the addition of the newest TLDs, the PIR portfolio now includes .ORG, .NGO, .ONG, Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs or .ORG in other languages/character sets), .CHARITY, .FOUNDATION, and .GIVES.

Together, these TLDs make up PIR’s .ORG family of domains. .GIVING also will be officially added to PIR’s growing family of domains later this year.

“Options are good. We want mission-driven organizations to have more tools in their toolboxes to connect with each of their specific audiences with the important work they’re doing to power meaningful progress in their communities,” said Jon Nevett, CEO of Public Interest Registry. “If your organization aims to do good, you’re a fit for the .ORG family of domains—from corporations launching a corporate social responsibility initiative, to mission-driven social enterprises, to non-profit organizations large and small. Our .ORG family of domains is for everyone working to make a positive impact in the world.”

Mission-driven organizations can purchase .CHARITY, .FOUNDATION and .GIVES—and any of the other members of the .ORG family of domains—through accredited registrars listed on PIR’s website. .GIVING will launch in 2022 and be available to all in 2023.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and now living in Athens, Greece. Love domains and building websites. Went online in 1995, learned about HTML in 1996 and about domains in 2002. Started publishing the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

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