Twitter has recently announced their Twitter for Nonprofits Program. It’s short, so I’ll just repost the information from the Hope140 blog post here:
1. Promoted Campaigns for Good
Pro-bono: Select numbers of registered non-profit organizations can receive pro-bono tweets and accounts. This program is booked solid with a 6-month waiting list right now, so organizations must apply early. Fill out this query form for an application.
Paid: Registered Non-Profit organizations who do not receive acceptance into our pro-bono program can apply to receive 20% bonus on all ad buys. Contact our sales team here.
2. Promoted Crisis Campaigns
Pro-bono: Registered non-profit organizations who provide valuable resources in times of crisis (natural disaster, civil unrest) can apply to be considered for pro-bono promoted tweets and promoted accounts. Organizations are asked to apply early, and we slot them in as the need arises. Fill out this query form for an application.
Paid: Registered Non-Profit Organizations who do not receive acceptance into our pro-bono program can apply to receive 20% bonus on all ad buys.
3. Hope140 Spotlights
Guest Blog Posts from Hope140
Hope140.org is the website where we featured unique uses of Twitter in the world of social good. If you’re interested in contributing a guest post for the blog at Hope140.org, fill out this query form for an application.
Tweets from @hope140
@Hope140 is a Twitter account dedicated to highlighting positive uses of Twitter for good in the ecosystem. We often tweet out to promote third-party causes. Fill out this query form for an application for us to Tweet about your cause today.
4. Pro-Bono Analytics (NEW)
As a new initiative, we will be extending pro-bono access to comprehensive analytics system typically reserved for paying advertisers to a select number of non-profit organizations.
To be considered for Twitter account verification of your non-profit organization, fill out this query form.
As always, some conditions apply to each program. We’re eager to see your applications for doing good on Twitter.
Associations do a lot of good in the world - can Twitter help you do more?