Ever wonder what happens to all of that food at BJ’s Wholesale Club that never gets sold? With the help of Facebook users, it can end up at a local Feeding America food bank.
Social media agency FanPage Automatic has shrinkwrapped a way for brands to quickly put a charitable endeavor on their Facebook pages.
Hip-hop superstar 50 Cent is promoting his new energy drink’s Facebook with a charitable endeavor: Every like he gets on the page for his energy drink gives another child a free meal.
A charity that aims to help homeless youth has won Aviva’s Street to School Facebook contest.
A Facebook charity initiative with real juice? Israel got one, courtesy of local fruit-juice maker Prigat International and E-dologic.
The Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation’s Facebook page needs your like in order to raise up to $125,000 in April.
Nonprofits have barely gotten started building a presence, a new report suggests.
Help Causes reach its $50,000 fundraising goal for victims and survivors of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami.
How do the best nonprofits make the most of Facebook, as opposed to other social media sites? Here’s some answers from the American Red Cross, Share Our Strength, and Causes.
Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake, Usher, Jennifer Hudson and Ryan Seacrest are silencing their Facebook and Twitter profiles this Wednesday until the charity, Keep a Child Alive, raises $1 million.