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How to change your FB profile picture to backing Harvey victims

WBIR and its parent company, TEGNA, have released “Texas Cares,” an initiative to backing those in want on the Texas coast.
You could too review your backing with updating your FB profile picture with a frame we’ve built.
How to Utilize the “Texas Cares” FB frame:On your phoneOn your profile, tap the word “Edit” on your profile picture.
Tap “Select Profile Picture.”
On a computerClick here to get to FB profile photo options.

Facebook going to Match Donations to Hurricane Harvey Fund


Facebook is doing its fraction to help out preys of Hurricane Harvey.
The social network told in an email to Social Pro every day that it going to match every U.S. dollar raised on Facebook, up to $1 million, for the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund, that is earmarked to backing recovery and rebuilding efforts.
U.S. users going to see the message pictured above atop their break news Feeds, giving them the option to donate, and FB told donations made via the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s FB page going to too be matched.
Facebook added that all fees going to be waived on donations to this cause.


Google, Amazon, FB to match $3M in Harvey donations

Google, Amazon, Facebook

Google was 1 of several tech companies that released fundraising efforts to aid those affected with Hurricane Harvey.
(Photo: Google)SAN FRANCISCO — Tech companies are tapping their deep pockets to increase money to help preys of Hurricane Harvey.
Google staff donated $250,000 to the American Red Cross, that the firm matched U.S. dollar for dollar, and Google too made a corporate contribution of $250,000.
https://t.co/E4WDxBQScz — Google (@Google) August 29, 2017AT&T has promised $350,000 to help societies impacted with Hurricane Harvey.
Microsoft made an premier donation of $100,000 to the Red Cross, with the firm and its employees promising to do more.

collected by :Roy Mark

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