Benevolent, whose founder Megan Kashner sees it as an "Internet matchmaker" for meeting small-scale requests for help, has already received grants from major foundations.
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Innovative efforts to use technology to improve health care, curb climate change, and help the poor take center stage in Austin, Tex., at the 2013 SXSW Interactive Festival's Dewey Winburne Community Service Awards.
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