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Alitu to Match Donations on all #Reviews4Good Podcasts!

#Reviews4Good is extra special this year with the support of Alitu! The online podcasting studio is pledging to match donations for reviews and replies left on all podcasts up to $500! 

For this year’s Reviews4Good, we’ll be donating 25 cents to World Central Kitchen’s  #ChefsForUkraine efforts for every podcast and episode review written on Podchaser in April (and doubling the donation any time a podcaster replies to a review)!

This year, with Alitu’s support, the word on #Reviews4Good will reach further than ever! They generously pledged to match donations from the reviews and replies left on podcasts! 

This is a great opportunity to help an amazing cause and let your favorite podcasters know what you think about their show. It’s a win-win! 

How to Participate:

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Leave a review

Go to any podcast on Podchaser, and hit the ‘Add a Review’ button. Reviews can be left on the series page or any individual episode. Then, a modal will pop up to walk you through the rest of the process. Save your review, and you’ve done your part. It truly is that simple!

Podcasters have the power to double donations

If a podcaster replies to a review left on their series or one of their episodes, the original 25 cent donation DOUBLES! For podcasters, it’s simple to respond to reviews: First, make sure you have claimed your podcast on Podchaser, then head over to your podcast or episode page, find a review, and hit the ‘Reply’ button. Awesome!

About Alitu

Alitu is a web app that helps you make your podcast and takes care of the tech. It offers call recording, audio cleanup, automated music and branding, podcast-specific editing & episode building, and publishing to your host. It takes the tech and time stress out of podcasting, and puts it on easy mode!

Check out Alitu’s official website

About World Central Kitchen 

World Central Kitchen is first to the frontlines, providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises. We build resilient food systems with locally led solutions.

World Central Kitchen started with a simple idea at home: when people are hungry, send in cooks. Not tomorrow, today.

About #ChefsForUkraine

Working at a 24-hour pedestrian border crossing in southern Poland, WCK began serving hot, nourishing meals within hours of the initial invasion, and we are now serving round-the-clock dishes at eight border crossings across the country. Additionally, we are supporting local restaurants preparing meals in 12 Ukrainian cities including in Odessa, Lviv, and Kyiv. WCK teams are also on the ground serving thousands of meals every day in Romania, Moldova, and Hungary.

As the situation continues to evolve, WCK will continue to help in the best way we know how, with a freshly prepared plate of food—and we’re ready to expand our support for families in need.

What Next? 

Get started! Review any podcast and episode on Podchaser, and help raise money for World Central Kitchen!