10 Non-Profits Leveraging Pinterest for Social Good
There’s no question that Pinterest is the hottest social network right now. From your friends and family to celebrities, athletes and designers, everyone’s pinning visually interesting content. But did you know that non-profit organizations are pinning, too?
Non-profits, like other companies and brands, are flocking to Pinterest and utilizing its features to gain exposure. They want to show supporters more about their missions and how their work makes a difference in the world.
We found ten non-profits that are particularly awesome at pinning. Which non-profits do you follow on Pinterest that aren’t listed here? Let us know in the comments.
Amnesty International is the world's largest grassroots human rights organization, and it's growing even larger with the U.S. chapter's Pinterest page. With images of fair trade items, inspiring quotes and infographics on human rights, you'll definitely find something to repin.
Noteworthy board: Human Rights Reading List — almost like your local book store's staff picks section, but these are titles that can help you make the world a better place.
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