Here are five more tweets for fundraisers full of ideas, inspiration, campaigns to emulate, and the occasional dose of humour.
1. Charity begins at home
— BBC Arts (@bbcarts) June 9, 2017
This phrase is used in many ways, often as a ‘reason’ not to give to large/national charities, or to give to charities that work outside the UK.
Here is a powerful interpretation of this phrase in the context of empathy from actor Michael Sheen.
2. Can I email you to ask you if I can email you?
Lots of people in charities have asked this question about emails to ask about future contact – you can't do it unless you have consent https://t.co/rHLrKZlilx
— Daniel Fluskey (@danielfluskey) March 27, 2017
3. How can companies support good causes if they won’t make a donation?
Here are three simple ways that almost any company can support a charity.
This isn’t disruptive, but it is something businesses can do RIGHT NOW to help US nonprofits. https://t.co/qLZcOETCQK
— Joe Waters (@joewaters) March 27, 2017
4. Meet the fundraiser
— RNLI Blackpool (@RNLIBlackpool) March 27, 2017
5. Amazon founder wants transformative philanthropy ideas
If you fancy offering some free advice on philanthropy to Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, then you can respond now.
Request for ideas… pic.twitter.com/j6D68mhseL
— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) June 15, 2017
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