Social Media Resources

Discussion in 'Servant of All' started by Polegnyn Nemeara, Jul 25, 2020.

  1. Polegnyn Nemeara

    Polegnyn Nemeara Aes Sedai

    Joined:
    May 6, 2014
    Messages:
    7,655
    Location:
    Kansas, USA
    Pronouns:
    She - Her
    Patreon

    What is Patreon?
    Patreon is an online service that allows fans of your organization to become exclusive members in exchange for monthly donations and, if you choose to offer it, exclusive content not usually available to the general public. Tiered content is available for those able to donate more each month.

    Website: patreon.com or, if you're looking to start or support non-profits, check out their notable non-profits.

    How is Patreon used for Causes?
    • Animal shelters have different tiers for different levels of care. $10 may help a single animal whereas $100 helps a shelter care for animals that would otherwise be euthanized.
    • Organizations may allow patrons benefits ranging from ad free content to becoming board or team members depending on their donation tier.
    • Building a community of people who believe that particular Cause is important.

    Ready to donate? There are things you need to know first. There are additional payment processing fees ranging from 2.9% + $.30 (for patronage over $3) or 5% + $.10 (for patronage under $3). For €, it's 3.4% + €0.35 (for over €3) and 5% + €0.15 (for under €3). For £, it's 3.4% + £0.35 (for over £3) and 5% + £0.15 (for under £3).

    How to sign up and get started:
    • Create or log in to your personal Patreon account.
    • Visit their notable non-profits or search for your favorite creator using the search bar on the main page of the Patreon website.
    • Click "Become a Patron" and choose your preferred tier.
    • Follow the remaining steps to enter your financial information.
    ____

    Have a question? The TarValon.net members below have first-hand experience with this service and have agreed to answer basic questions! Contact a member of the Servant of All Team if no names are listed or you would like your name added.
     
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2020
  2. Polegnyn Nemeara

    Polegnyn Nemeara Aes Sedai

    Joined:
    May 6, 2014
    Messages:
    7,655
    Location:
    Kansas, USA
    Pronouns:
    She - Her
    Twitter

    What is Twitter?
    Twitter is communication tool with the ability to send concise information to those who share your interests... all in 280 characters or less.

    Website: twitter.com or browse non-profits currently using the @Nonprofits tag.

    How is Twitter used for Causes?
    • Promotion of official events.
    • Introducing new members to teams and highlighting their skill set.
    • Clarifying specific needs that aren't being met so focused assistance can be found.
    • Thanking teammates for time spent advancing a nonprofit's goals.
    Make the Most of Twitter! Twitter doesn't want your Cause to fail. To help, they offer insights and solutions regarding how to create engagement, drive performance, and measure those results.

    Simply create or log in to your personal Twitter account to get started.
    ____

    Have a question? The TarValon.net members below have first-hand experience with this service and have agreed to answer basic questions! Contact a member of the Servant of All Team if no names are listed or you would like your name added.
     
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2020
  3. Arella Mathara

    Arella Mathara Accepted

    Joined:
    Aug 23, 2019
    Messages:
    3,892
    Location:
    Norway
    Pronouns:
    She - Her
    Discord:
    Arella#1913
    Facebook

    What is Facebook?
    Facebook is a social networking site that makes it easy for you to stay connected to friends and family.

    Website: facebook.com

    How is Facebook used for Causes?
    • Promotion of official events.
    • Introducing new members to teams and highlighting their skill set.
    • Clarifying specific needs that aren't being met so focused assistance can be found.
    • Thanking teammates for time spent advancing a nonprofit's goals.
    • Creating your own fundraiser.
    • Helping organizations and NGOs stay in touch with their supporters.
    How to get started:
    • Create an account on Facebook LINK
    • Raise money for yourself, a friend, a business or a charity on Facebook by creating a fundraiser LINK
    • Click on the appropriate link and follow the prompts
    What you should know about Facebook fundraisers:
    • Who can create a fundraiser? Only people from certain countries, for more information see LINK
    • How do charities receive donations? If you create a fundraiser for a charity, the charity will receive donations directly from Facebook, from Network for Good or from PayPal Giving Fund LINK
    • How are donations to a personal fundraiser received? If you create a fundraiser for yourself or someone else on Facebook, all donations are sent to the fundraiser creator's personal current account through Stripe, Facebook's fundraising payment processor LINK
    • Facebook will cover all fees when the fundraiser is for a charity LINK
    • Facebook will charge fees when the fundraiser is for a personal cause, this fee will differ depending on your country LINK
    ____

    Have a question? The TarValon.net members below have first-hand experience with this service and have agreed to answer basic questions! Contact a member of the Servant of All Team if no names are listed or you would like your name added.

    @Arella Mathara
     
    Last edited: Sep 11, 2020