How we’ve started to #ReclaimSocial
Thank you so much to everyone who took part in #ReclaimSocial yesterday – we even trended! But it’s not over yet. This is a movement, not a campaign so we need you to keep the hashtag alive!
We are delighted that #ReclaimSocial has already been featured by Third Sector, Charity Digital News, Charity Times and UK Fundraising so thank you for your support.
How has the message spread?
So far, #ReclaimSocial has had 16M social impressions from 1,500 posts and over 1,000 people and organisations have taken part.
Here are just a selection of some of the amazing #ReclaimSocial posts by charities and individuals.
Let’s keep #ReclaimSocial alive! Keep using the hashtag in all your social media posts that celebrate good people, good work and good causes. Together we can make social media more positive and turn it into a force for good.
Earlier this month, we had the pleasure of running a webinar in partnership with Alliance magazine, shedding light on the (hot) topic of Philanthropy and AI. I was joined on the panel by Karen Gill, Vice President of Operations, Patrick J. McGovern Foundation and Catherine Miller, Director, European & AI Society Fund.
A few years ago, the Tour de France had a time trial stage in London. I wasn’t a massive cycling fan, but this was a rare opportunity to watch the world’s most famous cycling race in the flesh, and so I joined the thousands of other people lining the pavements to watch. After waiting an age, and before we saw it, we heard the surprisingly deafening rumble of the peloton. And then, in seconds, it was gone.
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