How to Help the Philippines After Typhoon Haiyan

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You can research organizations (for free) at Charity Navigator (which has already set up a ''safe organizations for donors to give to list'' for the Philippines Typhoon Haiyan disaster response ). International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies are already on the ground in Philippines and conducting search efforts and have emergency supplies ready to be distributed now. Philippines news How To Help Typhoon Haiyan donations

Emergency relief in the Philippines and fundraising for your nonprofit

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Congratulations to Facebook and the Red Cross for making it ridiculously easy to support those devastated by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines! Even if you don''t have the connections or relationship to get this type of top billing on Facebook, there are loads of ways you and your nonprofit can support the relief efforts. Support typhoon relief in mission-related ways.

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8 Ways Social Media Is Directly Helping the Victims of Typhoon Haiyan

J Campbell Social Marketing

By now you have heard of the complete devastation in the Philippines wrought by Supertyphoon Haiyan. Thousands of concerned citizens worldwide have followed the Philippine Red Cross on Facebook and Twitter for updates and information, retweeting and sharing the info to raise awareness and garner support. Fundraising Nonprofits Online Fundraising Social Media digital humanitarians emergency response Google+ MicroMapping Philippines Typhoon Haiyan Typhoon Yolanda

How to Fundraise in the Wake of Disaster

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As I read accounts of Typhoon Haiyan survivors struggling for basic needs, I’m struck by the number of lives that have been taken and touched by this disaster in the Philippines. Or the majority of nonprofits, like most of the your organizations, that have to carry on with communications and fundraising initiatives despite the global focus on recovery in the Philippines—nonprofits counting on the gifts they hope to generate via their year-end campaigns?

Typhoon Haiyan spurs humanitarian and fundraising response

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The super typhoon that struck the Philippines on November 8th is believed to be the most powerful storm on record to make landfall, damaging more than 16 million homes and causing over 6,000 deaths. Two Donordigital clients sprung into action to raise money online from their supporters to fund urgent humanitarian campaigns in the Philippines and the region. On their websites , both organizations dedicated homepage carousel slides to the situation in the Philippines.

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Cause Related Marketing

So far the Smile Squared toothbrushes have landed with kids in Central America, Mexico, Haiti, Kenya, Cambodia, India and the Philippines. If you sell consumables… food, drink, shoes, jeans, etc… to the public you’d be wise to think about cause marketing. Here’s why; most of us will only buy a handful of washing machines or refrigerators… what economists call 'durables'… in our lives. By contrast, we’re constantly replacing the non-durables or ‘soft goods.’

Most Popular Articles of 2014: On Social Marketing and Social Change

Social Marketing and Social Change

of unique visitors came from the US, followed in the top ten by Great Britain (UK), India, Australia, Canada, Philippines, Malaysia, Nigeria, South Africa and France (and then another 179 other countries). Thank you to the over 35,500 people who have visited this blog over the past year. I am really delighted that you come from all over the world. In 2014, about ?

Social Marketing for Peace: A Lesson Learned

Social Marketing and Social Change

It seemed that the government of the Philippines was on the verge of ending decades of fighting with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front over ancestral homeland. Allies of the government] brainstormed about who could possibly raise hell in the process, and how to manage these persons. Then a businessman in the group popped a question: “So what is the [government] panel doing in terms of social marketing?”.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

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Peek beneath the hood of any recent social movement, the Philippines in 2001 when individuals used text messaging to overthrow a despot, Kuwait in 2005 when women used their Blackberries to win suffrage, the unfolding social movements in Tunisia, Iran, Syria, and Occupy Wall Street, and you will find free agents stirring the pots of democracy. Today is International Women’s Day. Hurrah!