Charities urged to join in today’s #ReclaimSocial campaign

Posted on: February 8, 2021

#ReclaimSocial, the yearly viral campaign that aims to reclaim social media for good goes live today, 5 February.

Now in its fourth year, the campaign encourages charities and individuals to share inspiring and positive stories of how they use social media to make a difference, nominate heroes who brighten up their feed, thank supporters, volunteers and teams, and share the impact of work from the last year.

Previous years have seen the likes of Miranda Hart, Rob Delaney and feminist journalist Mona Eltahawy spreading positivity to followers, as well as charities like WWF UK, Samaritans, Macmillan Cancer, Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), The Big Give, Giving Tuesday, and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention getting involved.

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Author: Jade Bolton
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