Cranstoun is using Twitter to detail milestones in its 50 year history of supporting people with a range of help, including addiction services and tackling domestic abuse.
Twitter and Instagram are being used to promote National Marine Week both nationally and locally.
The charity’s campaign includes activity on social media, including Youtube and Twitter and also reveals how online and face to face bullying is young people’s top concern.
The Imperial War Museums Twitter channel features real life stories from children affected by war in Yemen.
Child.org’s Team Mum campaign aims to raise funding and awareness for new mothers in Kenya, who can face prejudice from their local communities.
The boss of a children’s hospice becomes a social media star after being mistaken on national TV as the new manager of Huddersfield Town FC.
World Braille Day is being staged for the first time this year to raise awareness of the importance of braille to blind and partially sighted people.
Twitter promotion for the Teenage Cancer Trust’s annual Royal Albert Hall fundraising concerts is being aided by a specially designed emoji.
Partnerships with social media influencers such as Fantasy Football personality FPLGeneral are a focus of online promotional activity for the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).
Cybertill report finds that too many charity shops are ignoring the increasing importance of Instagram to attract young shoppers, volunteers and donors.