WASHINGTON, April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This National High Five Day, social media users can give five and get five for their favorite charities with GoodWorld's social giving tool, #donate. GoodWorld has partnered with National High Five Day for the Thursday, April 21st event to let people send the ultimate sign of support to the causes they care about.
For every $5 donation made with #donate, GoodWorld will 'high-five' back with a $5 match if the donor has tagged a friend to 'high-five' it forward. GoodWorld is giving up to $25,000 in 'high-fives' to donors' favorite nonprofits to celebrate National High Five Day.
To send a 'high-five', fans and followers need simply to write '#donate $5' on the Facebook page of the charity or tweet it at the charity's Twitter handle. If the donor has never used #donate before, they will receive an automatic reply with a one-time registration form to complete the donation—after completing, the user can #donate to thousands of charities anytime without having to fill out forms or leave social media.
National High Five Day started in 2002 as a day to exchange high-fives with neighbors, coworkers, friends, strangers and even charity. Visit www.goodworld.me/high-five-day to find a list of participating non-profits to send a 'high-five'.
About GoodWorld, Inc: GoodWorld is the technology company fueling Social Giving, the next wave of seamless, viral charitable payments made with just a hashtag: #donate. The company's #donate technology makes it possible to give instantly to the causes people care most about, at the moment of inspiration. As the pioneer of hashtag donations, GoodWorld makes it possible for anyone—individuals, businesses, influencers and more—to add a charitable component to their social network and turn giving into a fun, interactive experience. Launched in October 2014, GoodWorld was named one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies of 2016 and D.C.'s Best Technology Startup. Visit www.goodworld.me for more information.
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