first_imgRelated Posts lauren orsini Tags:#charity#ebola#Facebook#social change#social network A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Mark Zuckerberg has done his part to fight Ebola, and is now encouraging Facebook users to do the same. When Zuckerberg donated $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation to help fight Ebola, his post was “liked” nearly 300,000 times. To help those hundreds of thousands of people who care about eradicating the disease, Facebook will publish a donate button across the top of its users’ News Feeds starting Thursday.See also: Docker May Be A Great Developer Tech, But It Doesn’t Cure Ebola The donate button will sit on top of users’ news feeds for a week, Recode reports, and will offer donation options for three different charities: the American Red Cross, the International Medical Corps, and Save the Children.Aside from the donate button, Facebook will also be donating 100 wireless hotspots to first responders in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Africa holds about 100 million Facebook users, or roughly half of Africa’s entire Internet-connected population, and this will increase the company’s efforts to get the entire continent online.Photo by the European Commissioncenter_img Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro…last_img

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