Everyclick, the internet search engine that donates 50 per cent of its revenue to charity, has announced that it delivered more than three million internet searches in its first nine months, raising £18,646 in donations.
The most recent traffic figures for Everyclick, which aims to be an ethical alternative to Google, show that the total number of charities signed up to receive donations has reached 839.
"People are beginning to get the idea of what we are all about," said Polly Gowers, the managing director of Everyclick.
The site now has more than 13,000 registered supporters and handled 254,201 searches in March. It reports that more than 210,000 people visit its site every month.
Everyclick pays the donations it generates to charities every month.
Among the charities signed up are the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, the British Tinnitus Association and the Helen Rollason Heal Cancer Charity.