Los Angeles, California (PRESS RELEASE \u2013 May 27, 2011) \u2013 Over the last decade, we have seen a dramatic change in philanthropy and recently, with the launch of GiveBackMail, another significant milestone has been reached. Let\u2019s face it, almost everyone uses email. But that is all they are doing \u2013 sending, receiving and in turn creating a huge profit for services like AOL, Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo! Mail. Instead, what if you could use your email to provide meals for the hungry, clothes for the poor, shelter for the homeless or even funding for cancer research? Philanthropy is no longer just for the super wealthy. While billionaires such as Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett along with Michael Bloomberg, Vinod Khosla and Mark Zuckerberg have brought philanthropy to the limelight recently with movements like The Giving Pledge, where close to 70 billionaires have committed to give away at least half of their wealth to charity, GiveBackMail has made it possible for us all, regardless of how much time or money we have, to get involved and give back. Because billionaires represent less than .00000018% of the world population, GiveBackMail took a technology that the majority of us already use everyday and created a way for ordinary people to make a positive impact on the causes that matter most to them. \u201cPeople are looking to make a difference and we have provided email users with a way to give back even if they don\u2019t have the resources available.\u00a0 GiveBackMail empowers its users to make the world a better place by doing something they already do \u2013 using email,\u201d Rambod Yadegar, Co-Founder of GiveBackMail said. \u201cEmail is the most active area of Internet usage and in 2010 alone there were over 2.96 billion active email accounts, so we knew that going in this was an area we could make the biggest impact. What really separates us from other email service providers is allowing our users to give back to the causes they care about most. Together, we can absolutely make a measurable, positive impact on the world." GiveBackMail is secure, easy-to-use and donates a quarter of its profits directly to the selected causes its users care about. Additionally, GiveBackMail is compatible with all major POP3/IMAP email providers and offers users advanced features not often found in free email platforms, such as: Keep your current email address Large file attachments up to 100MB Unsend button Social network and music feeds Manage multiple accounts \u2013 works with AOL, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, Gmail and all other POP3/IMAP accounts Preview attachments without downloading Join the GiveBackMail movement by May 31, 2011 to nominate your favorite cause to be a recipient of GiveBackMail donations. Register at https://www.givebackmail.com/Register About GiveBackMail GiveBackMail is a free email service that creates positive change around the world by donating to the causes users care about every time they use their email. You can keep your current email address and still take advantage of impressive features including sharing large files \u2013 up to 100MB, managing multiple accounts, previewing attachments and viewing all your social media feeds within your email platform. GiveBackMail was developed to empower people who want to help charities, but don\u2019t have enough time or money to do so. GiveBackMail launched in May 2011 and is compatible with all existing email platforms. For a superior, simple, secure and socially conscious email system, visit www.givebackmail.com.