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

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By now you have heard of the complete devastation in the Philippines wrought by Supertyphoon Haiyan. Fundraising Nonprofits Online Fundraising Social Media digital humanitarians emergency response Google+ MicroMapping Philippines Typhoon Haiyan Typhoon Yolanda

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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!

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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. Here’s my recommendation: For organizations providing disaster relief services in the Philippines.

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

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

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Social Marketing for Peace: A Lesson Learned

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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?”.