Good360 is hosting a social media campaign in honor of #GivingTuesday.

Good360, the nonprofit leader in product philanthropy for 30 years, is hosting a social media campaign in honor of #GivingTuesday.

The nonprofit is pledging $1 for every new ‘like’ they earn on their Facebook page during the month of November, up to $2,500. The money raised will go toward credit of administrative costs on their online donation catalog.

Good360′s online catalog features donated products generously given by corporate partners and can be accessed by all their nonprofit members. However, though the products are free to nonprofits, administrative fees are needed to cover the costs of shipping and processing.

This is where your “like” comes in. Each new like acquired during the month of November is worth $1 of credit toward administrative fees for Good360′s online donation catalog. However, since Good360 is able to leverage cash donations, on average, at a 30:1 ratio, each new ‘like’ will essentially be worth $30 in products.

Should they make their goal, that will be enough credit for one charity to receive—for free—up to $75,000 worth of products for their programming. That is enough to fund a charity’s programs for an entire year or beyond!

And to make the deal even sweeter—you have the opportunity to decide which of their charities you’d like to see the money go to. One fan of Good360′s Facebook page will be chosen to decide where to distribute this credit.

The fan chosen can give the money to one charity or distribute it amongst several. So head over to Facebook to help spread the word and let Good360 give back to its nonprofit partners this giving season!

For more information about the contest, visit http://good360.org/givingtuesday/.
 

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