some inspiring ways Charities use Social Media

With Charities starting to realise the strength of talking to all of us through Social Media, to give direct donations, buy gifts that give or perhaps forwarding petitions, I wanted to share some of the great stuff that Social Media is doing for the Charity Sector too.

I really like the You Tube – 4 Awesome, where anyone can place a video of their Charity and the best videos win a £1000.00 for their cause, nice idea!

Search for Good, use this as your dedicated search engine and Yahoo gives for you.

By offering a DIY Fundraising page, Non Profits are making it easier for supporters to become rainmakers (this is an example of a water charity).

A website that allows you to tell your story, lets face it, always a very powerful way to garner support for your cause.

Glenda Watson Hyatt leading a drive for the a Christmas dinner fundraiser. You can chip in by “buying Glenda a cup of coffee” via PayPal it will cost you £3.25

What are you doing as a charity that’s getting some great support.

 

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About Helen Tonetti

Internet and Marketing fantatic. We help you develop and implement Social Media into your marketing activity. Done in stages we develop a clear strategy for you, build the accounts, add content and followers, before training your team to take over and manage the process. Marketing Director of Video Expression, we develop on-line marketing and sales video channels that get results.

Posted on January 11, 2011, in A mix of articles and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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