Social Media and Global Charities are a Dynamic Duo

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An amazing article written by Sam Milbrath titled ‘How Global Charities are Amplifying Stories on Social Media’. This speaks to the incredible potential social media has to impact real world change. I regrettably had never heard of this remarkable charitable organization called Free the Children, or their annual event We Day. I see clearly now, it is the future. Our children are our future. What will we leave for them and what will their legacy be? As you will learn from the article Free The Children was founded in 1995 by then 12 year old Craig Kielburger.

From the article.

As an entirely youth-based organization, both Free The Children and its globally successful initiative We Day, rely heavily on social media to spread awareness, share and amplify stories and promote events. We connected with Michael Rajzman, Associate Director of Digital Media at Free The Children to share their story.

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via How Global Charities are Amplifying Stories on Social Media – HootSuite Social Media Management.

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