The brave browser is a privacy-centered browser that blocks trackers and ads. It can be downloaded at https://brave.com/.

One of the key features of Brave is that it will pay you if you agree to see ads. It will pay you in a token called BAT (basic attention token). This token is what advertisers that put ads on brave purchase their ads with. 70% of the ads’ revenue is paid to the user that agrees to view the ads. You don’t even have to click on the ad to get paid.

Brave provides a way to send the BAT you have earned to others. If they have a website that has been set up as a Brave content creator, they can receive BAT as a one-time or a monthly contribution set up through the Brouwer.

I get about 8 to 10 BAT a month given monthly by Brave. At the time I was writing this, that is about 10 dollars worth.

In the right corner of the address bar in the browser, there is a red triangle. If you click on it, you will see an option to leave a tip either one-time or monthly.

If you are an organization with members like a church or lodge, if you have your members install Brave, you can get a monthly income for your origination.

If your group provides a service you can let the users of your service know that they can do this to help.

To be able to receive the BAT you need to sign up as a content creator at https://creators.brave.com/.

If you have any questions, I would be glad to talk with you. You can send an email to contact@bitofcharity.com, and we can arrange a time to talk on the phone.