The 7.9-magnitude earthquake has devastated Nepal and its survivors need help right now. Facebook has set-up a new pop-up donate box when you visiting your account asking you to help right now. Whenever a Facebook user donates the social media network will match it, giving up to $2 million in donations.
Nepal earthquake survivors need help and support right now, and we all know how social media is a powerful thing. Facebook helps many causes around the world by either donating money or creating services such as Facebook’s Safety Check page.
The new Facebook ‘donation feature‘ will pop-up every time you visit your newsfeed to help support Nepal victims. The box say’s ‘Your Name’ and then, “Thousands of Nepal earthquake survivors need our help. Facebook is giving $2 million to match donations.” All you need to do is hit the ‘Donate’ button and follow the on-screen instructions, it is very simply to use.
You will be donating to the ‘International Medical Corps’ and when you do Facebook will match your donation. 100% of your donations will go to IMC.
Other ways to donate: Please visit these websites on other ways to donate, The Salvation Army, World Food Programme, UNICEF, The Red Cross and Oxfam. If you visit Tech Radar they have other ways you can donate money to help those in Nepal.