Yahoo has started a new service that non-profits can use to help raise money. It's a special Yahoo Search page called GoodSearch that generates money for the non-profit from every search. Here's what they have to say about how it works: "we estimate that each search will generate approximately $0.01 for the designated charity or school. Thus a charity or school with 1,000 supporters searching twice a day would receive $7,300 per year. A smaller charity with 100 supporters searching twice a day would earn $730. The sky is the limit, though!"
I will be the first to admit that Yahoo Search/GoodSearch isn't Google. That's got its good and bad points. For many searches, it is quite good and in my tests provided near identical results to Google. In any case, if you are so inclined, you can use the following search link, which automatically sets the support field to ETS Foundation and the money generated by your search will come to the ETS Foundation: http://goodsearch.com/?charitySearch=equipped to survive foundation
Note that you need to do one search first before adding the GoodSearch to your toolbar (using the links on the page) for it to default to paying the ETS Foundation (this is done via cookies).