Greetings from Mobile Generated News® MoGN!
Giving Tuesday ― unlike the days just passed ― was not created by marketers to get you to spend money at commercial establishments. Giving Tuesday is about giving to others, by giving to charities.
What a better way to celebrate the Holiday Season by starting today, thinking about those less fortunate. Giving Tuesday is a daylong national effort to help charities raise money online during the holiday shopping season. This idea began last year when about 2,600 non-profit organizations benefited. Last year’s Giving Tuesday was a first-time event with little time to plan. Many groups didn’t have an opportunity to get the word out in advance. This year, there is a new Website with the goal of doubling the number of charities that participate in the effort.
The idea came to life at the 92nd Street Y ― a nonprofit cultural and community Center located in New York City. They started with a partnership with the United Nations Foundation, and then word spread quickly across real and virtual social networks, attracting more organizations and people along the way.
The possibilities are endless when the technology of social networking and existing organizations can work together to help others. You can start by giving to your own favorite charity today or join the movement by clicking here: Giving Tuesday
Another way to connect you through technology is to download the Mobile Generated News® Apps and upload your story about your charity and giving or any other newsworthy subject.
─Jeff Wald, Executive Director, Mobile Generated News®, Los Angeles
Don’t forget to download the Apps! Just search for Mobile Generated News. And, when you do that search you will see two brand new, MoGN Apps ̶ The Entravision-Mobile Generated News App and the Serestar-Mobile Generated News App.
Now, video and still images from your smartphone and tablet can be seen on the Entravision-Mobile Generated News® Network of Broadcast Stations in Albuquerque, Boston, Denver, Corpus Christi, El Paso, Hartford, Laredo, Las Vegas, Monterey/Salinas, Odessa/Midland, Orlando, Palm Springs, Reno, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Tampa, Valle de Rio Grande, Washington, DC and Yuma/El Centro.
The Serestar-Mobile Generated News® Broadcast station covers the Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto market.
Remember, if it is newsworthy, we will post it nationwide and you will see it on the MoGN “Newsfeed” distributed to Broadcast Stations, Newspapers, Web Sites and news organizations across the United States and soon around the World.
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