10 pages tagged with Facebook:

  • ACLU: Stand for Rights. Stand for Freedom by Joe Burnett When contacted by the American Civil Liberties Union only weeks before a massive telethon, which would be hosted on Facebook and make use of the brand new Facebook Donate system, Open America were handed a massive job with very little time to execute it. The way Paul and his team responded shows initiative and willingness to be bold and daring and to work with new technologies and methods.
  • Bluebell Wood's Soapbox Derby 2016 by Joe Burnett With their first Soapbox Derby, Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice smashed their fundraising target with a fun and thrilling public event.
  • Emory University’s Blue Pig Campaign by SOFII Emory University started the Blue Pig Campaign to encourage its undergraduate students to give to the university and foster good links for alumni fundraising by using a Facebook account and Twitter profile.
  • Give Them Refuge Christmas Campaign by Joe Burnett Through a hard-hitting and powerful video ad and social media campaign, Refuge exponentially increased traffic to their website and the number of donations they received.
  • Humans of New York: the power of storytelling for social fundraising by Laura Croudace Humans of New York has been a stunning example of community engagement through social media and a demonstration of the power of storytelling since its launch in 2010. And now, it is also a model for crowd funding.
  • Islamic Relief UK: Raising £180,000 via WhatsApp and Facebook messaging by Emily Collins-Ellis A clever and modern use of technology by Islamic Relief UK demonstrates how regular interaction with major donors can yield great results by bringing them closer to the charity’s cause.
  • Netherland Leprosy Relief Foundation: Diwali campaign. Support a child’s education for one year by SOFII A forgotten cause with a low profile and limited visibility in the public eye managed to raise awareness and much-needed funding.
  • WaterAid: The Big Dig by Reuben Turner A very fine example of how storytelling, done right, can change the world. Isn’t the infographic just great? (SOFII loves the crossed legs). This campaign is fun, innovative, engaging, emotional (imagine how you’d feel with no toilet…) and highly effective as, inevitably, real storytelling in real time was bound to be. Altogether brilliant.
  • Why so many organisations fail at Facebook by Beate Sørum Beate Sorum thinks that if Facebook isn’t working for your organisation, she is willing to bet that it is not Facebook’s fault – it’s yours.
  • Worldwide Breast Cancer - Know Your Lemons campaign by Joe Burnett How a simple yet tremendously effective campaign made the most of social media to get a crucial message around the world.