In connection with the GivingTuesday on November 30, Meta offers new resources and charity tools, including the Giving Exchange feature, and brings back the #BuyBlack Friday campaign for its users.
Microsoft has announced some changes to its PAC, a major one being suspending donations to Congress members who voted against election certification for the "duration of the 2022 election cycle".
Uber has announced that users in New York can make donations to help restaurants. It will also match donations and put the money into the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund, which will help couriers.
Intel is to donate a further $6 million to assist coronavirus relief efforts in areas where it operates. The firm has also delivered supplies to healthcare workers and donated $1 million.
Apple has announced several more measures that will help to stem the transmission of Covid-19 in countries outside of Greater China. Employees will also be allowed to work from home.
UNICEF has announced that it will now be accepting donations in the form of bitcoin and ether. This will be made possible through the organization's newly established Cryptocurrency Fund.
In the spirit of the holiday season, Google has now added a "donate" button that appears when users search for their favorite organizations that have enrolled in the Google for Nonprofits program.
In its first year of operations, Microsoft Philanthropies has made pretty impactful contributions in the past year donating more than $650 million in services, helping several non-profits.
Apple is teaming up with some of the biggest names in the App Store to help raise funds for fighting HIV/AIDS. A special campaign is underway for this year's World AIDS Day on December 1st.
Google is donating $10m to not-for-profit organizations working to fight the threat of Ebola, and it will donate up to $5m more, by giving $2 for every $1 donated to various nonprofits.
Youtube is getting some cool new features in the near future including support for high framerate videos as well as direct money donations from fans to their favorite channels.
Microsoft is dedicated to supporting non-profit organizations and has donated 3.9 billion dollars to them since 1998.
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