While more charities start to try out Twitter as a fundraising and communications tool, there are still many more who have not even registered a presence on the micro-blogging site.
Without making the risk too obvious, can I remind you of the problems encountered by charities too slow to register their domain name in the 1990s?
You could just sit back and hope that someone will be nice to you. And here is just such an example of foresight and kindness:
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