We are going through a number of inspiring images or sights in each day. It may be on social networks, print media, TV or real life. Some images will give the effect of thousands of words in a single moment. A brilliant shot of poverty, war victims, child welfare or some other is enough to melt our heart or probably haunt our activities.
Thanks to Twitter. Similar to Facebook and Google+, we can use such images as a header in the micro-blogging site now. Users are limited to say maximum 140 letters there, but these pictures will definitely work more than that.
There are several charitable organizations which use their Twitter pages in the same way. For them, the header image is the best way to spread messages, promote events and to educate the people about what they are doing.
Some of them, that uses social media management more effectively in Twitter for charitable purpose, are given below.
1. UNICEF @UNICEF
Founded: December 16, 1946
Aim: Better life for children around the world.
Features: Kidnapped Nigerian girls
2. Environmental Defense Fund @EnvDefenseFund
Aim: Solve serious environmental problems that affect our planet badly
Features: Pollution free earth
3. Parkinson’s UK @ParkinsonsUK
Aim: Provide support for Parkinson’s patients
Features: Stress-free mind
4. Greenpeace @Greenpeace
Aim: Protect environment and promote peace
Features: Polar bear in Arctic circle, whose population is gradually decreasing because of man hunting.
5. Water.org @Water
Aim: Water for all, forever
Features: Drinking water
6. Rotary International @rotary
Aim: Social service
7. American Heart Association @American_Heart
Aim: Educate people about heart diseases
Features: Girl with heart symbol on cheeks
8. GlobalGiving @GlobalGiving
Aim: Social service with full of solutions
Features: Children in happy mood, confidence
9. PETA @peta
Aim: Fight against the killing of animals, experiments on them
10. UN Refugee Agency @Refugees
Aim: Provide vital aide, support to the refugees around the world
11. Child’s i Foundation @childsi
Aim: Unite abandoned children with their families
12. AmnestyInternational @amnesty
Aim: Stop abuse of human rights
Features: People from different origins
13. LIVESTRONG @livestrong
Aim: Improve the life of cancer patients and survivors.
14. TigerTime @TigerTimeNow
Aim: Protect wild tigers from hunting
15. Alzheimer’s Assoc. @alzassociation
Aim: Alzheimer’s care
16. Macmillan Cancer @
Aim: Cancer support
17. DoSomething.org @dosomething
Aim: Social service
18. WWF @WWF
Founded: April 29, 1961
Aim: Save animals
19. World Food Programme @WFP
Aim: Fighting hunger
20. Oceana @Oceana
Aim: Working hard to protect oceans and related species
21. Initiative 4 Global Development @
Aim: To fight against poverty in Africa with business growth and investment