(Photo via facebook.com/PhiladelphiaFederalCreditUnion)
‘Tis the season for distributing dollars to organizations doing the good work.
Philadelphia Federal Credit Union kicked off a Facebook giving campaign on #GivingTuesday inviting folks to vote on how it should distribute $5,000 by clicking the emoji corresponding with one of four nonprofits on a promo post. Each click counts as a vote and $5 donated to that organization.
Here’s how it works:
- Click “Like” to vote for Lutheran Settlement House (LSH)
- Click “Love” for Gaudenzia’s House of Passage
- Click “Haha” for SpArc Services
- Click “Wow” for Congreso
As of Wednesday morning, 475 votes had been cast totaling $2,375; LSH was in the lead with 233 votes. The vote will run through Jan. 1 or until the $5,000 is distributed via 1,000 votes.
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