It is honor and humility in sending some money anonymously, especially in the case of a charity. An anonymous payment means, you are doing what you can, to help others and to get out from the purity with your heart and your desire to help others rather than gratitude. It is also helpful to make an anonymous donation to prevent your name and address from being added to mailing lists. You can also choose to send an online gift to an individual, such as a needy loved one who may be too embarrassed to ask for help. The things, you need for this, are
Email Account (if you are prompted for one)
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Open an anonymous e-mail account. You may need it to sign up for accounts and online services that will send payment on your behalf. Use a generic name like “John Smith” or simply write “anonymous donor” as the sender name.
Send Anonymous Internet Money using a service like MoneyGram.com or WesternUnion.com. Choose a location in the recipient’s city and use a credit card to process the transaction. Send an anonymous email to the recipient with the money recovery password and instructions for where he can retrieve the money. Identify the specific reason why you send money and yourself as an “interested party anonymous” so that the person can be assured that this is not a scam.
Establish a Business or First PayPal account. Paypal allows you to register an account with a fictitious name or nickname (if your full name is preferred). Add your anonymous email account to the list of email addresses associated with the account. You can then send money to the email address of the recipient of this anonymous address.
Visit JustGive.org to send an anonymous online donation. Make your payment and check the option to remember your name and contact information. NetworkforGood.org and DonorsChoose.org, two other charitable support sites, will also give you the opportunity to make an anonymous currency donation facility.