GoodWorld: Donate with Hashtags on Social Media
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GoodWorld: Donate with Hashtags on Social Media

GoodWorld: Donate with Hashtags on Social Media

Founder: Dale Nirvani Pfeifer


GoodWorld is a mobile and social media-centric donation tool that enables patrons to support non-profits right through social media platforms like Twitter or Facebook. Non-profit organizations can sign-up to use GoodWorld, which enables their fans, followers or any social media user to donate to these organizations by simply tweeting “#Donate” and the charity’s Twitter handle. On Facebook, patrons can comment #donate on a partner charity’s Facebook page or post.

If you’re a first-time donor, you will receive a one-time link to register with GoodWorld and complete your donation. The company collects a small convenience fee on all donations collected. What’s striking about #Donate is that it allows you to give instantly to the causes you care about, when inspiration strikes or the charity’s story hits a chord with you. Charities can measure their social media engagement through the number of #donate hits and help them understand their community of givers!

There are no more excuses. Give anytime, anywhere with #donate.

Why we love GoodWorld: A tool like GoodWorld helps charities and causes to harness social media and tap into their communities, create viral campaigns and stretch their marketing dollars.


Globally Spotted by: James O’Donnell