The tube strike that took place in London on Wednesday and Thursday provided an opportunity for charities and campaigners to communicate some of their key messages via social media.
On August 6th, Save the Children UK published a poignant reimagining of the tube map, highlighting the unthinkable journeys that millions of refugee children face every day.
Macmillan’s ‘Brave the Shave’, which “helps people get sponsored and raise money so they can proudly stand alongside men and women with cancer“, published a tweet urging users to visit their website and view the total amount of money raised if they needed cheering up.
Websites turn attention to work of charity for a day
Charities working with the TheLADbible to launch UOKM8? – a three-month campaign to raise awareness of and collect data about male mental health issues
New campaign launches to increase the digital expertise of charity trustee boards
Charity calls on celebrity patrons to raise awareness of its message