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Dec. 13, 2017 10:52 am

Help PFCU donate $5,000 to 4 Philly nonprofits

The credit union is distributing a pot of money based on how much social media love each org gets on its Facebook page.

Vote through Jan. 1, or until the campaign reaches 1,000 likes.

(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.

Vote here

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