The Twitter for Good Blog

Reflecting the positive power of Twitter.

Posts from Twitter for Good: guest posts

Guest post: cross-sector collaboration with technology companies in a changing San Francisco

A discussion on how business, nonprofits, government, and philanthropy are contributing to and affected by the changing reality of San Francisco.

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Guest post: OzHarvest

50 top chefs and 152 CEOs raise a record $1.5 million for OzHarvest and together fed 1,400 vulnerable Aussies at the annual CEO CookOff.

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Guest post: Twitter and PENCIL team up for #FridayForGood

Twitter partnered with NYC education nonprofit PENCIL to teach public high school students the ins and outs of interviewing for college and career.

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Guest post: Inspirational talk by Ann Mei Chang of USAID

An inspiring story about the intersection of Silicon Valley and public service.

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Guest post: A Compass Line! Broadway performers to teach Compass kids song and dance at Twitter NeighborNest

Cast members from “The Book of Mormon” spent an afternoon teaching kids songs and dance moves.

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Guest post: Disability, civic and business leaders tackle unemployment at Twitter-hosted hackathon

A recent gathering at Twitter HQ fostered discussions about employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

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Guest post: Twitter helps send 10 youth to Camp Mendocino

Twitter partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco to help sponsor kids to attend camp this summer.

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Guest post: Inveneo and Twitter join forces in San Francisco

Twitter partners with Inveneo to bring Internet access to families in need.

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Guest post: helping San Francisco job seekers gain skills

Twitter partners with JVS by providing volunteers who work with job seekers to build their skills and connections.

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Guest post: San Francisco Unified School District teaches Twitter at Twitter

SFUSD teachers learned Twitter tools to help teach their students and create the workforce of the future.

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