Angels in the Twitterverse

One of the things I love about social media, and Twitter in particular, is its capacity for good.  I’ve seen it in the continued support I get from people I don’t know, and the countless retweets spreading the word about a missing child or the urgent need for bone marrow or blood donors.

Just last Saturday, the incredible @megfowler, a coordinator with Social Media for Social Change,  organized the #stayinandhelp ‘pajama party’ urging the Twitterverse to stay home and donate what they would have spent out on the town to City Harvest, a charity dedicated to feeding the hungry in NYC. (@Miss604, one of Vancouver’s top bloggers, wrote a terrific piece on SM4SC, Meg and her amazing efforts here.)

I’m happy to report that more than $1,400 has been donated to date – but it’s not too late to contribute.  Visit and give generously.

There are dozens, probably hundreds of stories of good works being done through social media – and I want to showcase as many as I can.  Send me your favorite stories here, and I’ll write about them and feature the wonderful people behind these acts of kindness.  Or, tweet me @CathyBrowne and use the phrase #TwitterAngels, and I’ll get back to you.


One thought on “Angels in the Twitterverse

  1. Tanya sent me to say hi and welcome to the Meet and Greet community! And to congratulate you all on the good works you are doing with the Twitter application; what a difference this can make to peoples’ lives.

    I’m not on Twitter, but I wish you all the best for TwitterAngels’ future activities.


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