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The children of the Tuka, Bali, Indonesia orphanage have a "fan" page on Facebook. The orphanage is located in a remote village and had few visitors. Once Facebook users started to discover their page, it took off rapidly and now has over 1,500 members, many of whom joined after asking how they could come meet the children and bring gifts.
Chase is giving away $5 million to various charities and needs you to help pick which ones. Simply vote for your favorite nonprofit and then get friends and others on Facebook to do the same.
Using Facebook, a fan of the 90's rock band petitioned them to get back together. All proceeds from the shows go directly to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The first two shows sold out in less than 10 minutes, but additional shows have been added and tickets are still available.
Grammy-nominated musician, philanthropist, and "actionist" Kenna organized an expedition to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro called Summit On The Summit to raise awareness of the billion people worldwide who lack access to clean drinking water and to raise funds for various charities and organizations.
The Causes Application allows Facebook users to keep track of various nonprofit organizations. Unlike other applications that favor organizations with large budgets, causes associated with this application rise and fall in popularity based on how well leaders keep their communities engaged and mobilized. A cause can teach users how to make changes in their lives, raise money, or encourage people to share personal stories and find support.