Meta is expanding efforts to raise money on Facebook, Instagram and Giving Tuesday for Giving Tuesday

Meta is expanding efforts to raise money on Facebook, Instagram and Giving Tuesday for Giving Tuesda ...

Many ways to give back this holiday season are possible.

Upon Monday, the company said it's expanding its fundraising efforts and features, including a new "Giving Exchange" feature in the Neighborhood section of the Facebook app and a Giving Tuesday tournament for nonprofits.

Thats where people come back, is giving to their communities. Today, the daily events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday are called the annual shopping events. Hopefully, there is also a chance to attract extra money from Facebook and other businesses.

In the wake of an investigation about how Facebook acted about its potential harm, it became clear to regulators that it was involved in some of the worst practices of its own privacy.

Teams of gaming creators will live in Warzone on Facebook to raise money for Giving Tuesday.

"We have since launched fundraising tools more than five years ago" we have raised over $5 billion in personal causes and nonprofits on Facebook and Instagram," said Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer of Meta. "We think that Christmas is an time when many of us have to consider how to make things happen."

What Meta said is expanding the set of nonprofits that people can fundraise for on Instagram, letting people raise money for more than 1.5 million organizations will be matching the creators' fundraising opportunities to $50,000 per hour and giving Tuesday.

The company said it will also bring back #BuyBlackFriday, a campaign launched last year to help Black-owned businesses on Black Friday. Meta is encouraging Facebook and Instagram users to shop for gifts through the #BuyBlackFriday gift guide collection available on Facebook and Instagram tabs.

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