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777,919 followers
1,592 following
16,116 tweets
ONE (@ONECampaign)
ONE is a campaigning and advocacy organization of nearly 6 million people taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa.
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31,997 followers
6,029 following
8,012 tweets
Salvation Army USA (@SalvationArmyUS)
Links, stories & info about The Salvation Army USA. To donate to #tornado relief efforts, please visit http://t.co/iRsnOTgbzv. God bless you!
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10,520 followers
1,656 following
744 tweets
Planet Cancer (@planetcancer)
A community of support for young adults with cancer.
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15,299 followers
3,971 following
3,267 tweets
Save Darfur (@SaveDarfur)
The Save Darfur Coalition raises awareness about genocide in Darfur. Save Darfur and Genocide Intervention Network have merged to become United to End Genocide.
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492,188 followers
1,052 following
11,294 tweets
Case Foundation (@CaseFoundation)
We invest in people and ideas that change the world. Founded by Steve and Jean Case in 1997. Take risks. Be Bold. Fail forward. Be Fearless.
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77,685 followers
14,881 following
16,964 tweets
WWF Climate Savers (@climatesavers)
The Climate Savers programme is WWF’s global platform to engage business and industry on climate and energy.
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1,240,497 followers
914 following
8,724 tweets
Gates Foundation (@gatesfoundation)
We work to help all people lead healthy, productive lives, focused on health, poverty, and opportunity. Follow our work: @gateshealth, @gatespoverty, @gatesed.
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3,430 followers
4,182 following
2,292 tweets
12for12k (@12for12k)
Social change agents using social media for good. 100% of all donations go to supported charities. Tweets from #12for12K team.
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4,712 followers
3,565 following
11,515 tweets
spiritjump (@spiritjump)
Spirit Jump is a grassroots nonprofit organization with a mission to provide hope and comfort to the many men, women, and children battling cancer
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14,234 followers
6,854 following
237 tweets
WWF US (@WWFUS)
Sorry, this panda has been relocated. Please follow @world_wildlife for the latest from WWF US.
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10,007 followers
4,923 following
4,620 tweets
One Day's Wages (@OneDaysWages)
A grassroots movement of People, Stories, and Actions to alleviate extreme global poverty. Learn how 0.4% (your one day's wages) can make a dramatic impact.
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4,120 followers
806 following
1,216 tweets
HOPE worldwide (@HOPEworldwide)
Bringing hope. Changing lives.
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8,158 followers
1,057 following
3,434 tweets
Save the Children (@savechildrenaus)
Save the Children is committed to creating a world where every child has a safe & happy childhood.
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1,430,953 followers
278,869 following
6,888 tweets
charity: water (@charitywater)
We're an NYC-based charity working in 20 developing countries around the world, bringing clean water to people in need.
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727,045 followers
537 following
13,923 tweets
Fighting hunger worldwide. The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency on the front lines against hunger.
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2,956,586 followers
25,124 following
13,307 tweets
UNICEF (@UNICEF)
UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child in 190 countries and territories, with a special focus on reaching those in greatest need.
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23,752 followers
812 following
7,111 tweets
The Hunger Project (@HungerProject)
Empowering #women and men in Africa, South Asia and Latin America to end their own #hunger and #poverty since 1977. Up to date tweets on issues that matter.
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129,543 followers
1,822 following
3,478 tweets
Causes (@causes)
Discover, support and organize campaigns around the issues that impact you and your community. Need help? Tweet our Support Team at @CausesSupport.
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55,855 followers
461 following
3,194 tweets
Mashable Social Good (@socialgood)
News about social good events, innovations and non-profits from @Mashable.
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620,103 followers
30,867 following
5,151 tweets
Room to Read (@RoomtoRead)
We partner with communities across Asia & Africa to promote literacy and girls' education. World Change Starts with Educated Children.
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