Other Red is not affiliated with the Bono-approved, AIDS-eliminating effort Product (RED). Unable to jazz up philanthropy with the big boys, the participants of Other Red are a few smaller tech companies attempting to jump on the charity bandwagon with crimson gadgets of their own. Still, 10 percent of the $30 you pay for a Danger Mouse Red from MacMice or a $100 Tahorng GarageKey Red USB keyboard goes to the Peace Village School & Orphanage in Kenya—a seemingly appropriate recipient of smaller amounts of your largesse.
"As the late Sam Kinison once said...You wanna end world hunger? Stop sending these people food, send them U-Hauls, buses, boxes, luggage, etc...Tell them to simply move someplace WHERE THE FOOD IS! We have deserts in the US, we just don't live in them. Why? Because they're made of sand, and in 1000 years, they're still gonna be SAND!"
Buying these thing doesn't send these folks food—it gives the school cash, with which they can do any number of useful things—including moving somewhere else, if they so please.
And with all due respec to the late Mr. Kinison, in 1000 years the US i probably going to be as much of a desert as the famine areas in Africa are today...