Twitter for Good
Using the positive power of Twitter to strengthen our communities
Our company is built on community. Together, we can be a force for good.
We use the positive power of Twitter to strengthen our communities through our platform, people, and profits.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Internet safety and education
We help people understand healthy digital habits and online safety. We support organizations that tackle issues like bullying, abuse, and hate speech. We support initiatives that defend and respect all voices by promoting free expression and defending civil liberties.
Freedom of speech and civil liberties
We support initiatives that defend and respect all voices by promoting free expression and defending civil liberties.
We support equality and universal acceptance for all people, and recognize that while talent is found everywhere in the world, opportunity is not. We work with organizations dedicated to promoting equal opportunity, particularly in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM).
Environmental conservation and sustainability
We work with nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) around the globe to harness the power of Twitter to raise awareness and encourage action to protect environmental conservation and sustainability.
Crisis and emergency response
When emergencies and natural disasters strike, we offer tools and programs that help people around the world with communication and humanitarian response.
Ads for Good
We offer pro bono advertising credits to nonprofits as a way to use the power of Twitter's advertising platform to amplify their message.
Data for Good
In partnership with the UN Global Pulse Lab, we leverage Twitter data to work toward achieving the UN Sustainable Development goals.
Capacity building for nonprofits
We provide skills training for nonprofits to share Twitter’s best practices for content and engagement.
Campaigns for Change
As an extension of our Ads for Good program, we provide pro bono advertising resources and extensive skills training to amplify specific online campaigns.
We donate this ad product to activate custom emojis to encourage participation in important conversations around the world.
Twitter owned and operated handles
We use our corporate handles — including @TwitterForGood, @NeighborNest, and @Nonprofits — to amplify and highlight work from our nonprofit partners and our corporate philanthropy program.
Twitter for Good Day
Twice a year, we organize Twitter for Good Day, a company-wide day of service in which employees around the world come together to make an impact in their local communities.
Twitter matches donations of up to $2,000 per employee to eligible nonprofits around the world.
Twitter employees support the work of community partners by volunteering for ongoing and one-time projects throughout the year.
Hack for Good
During our annual Hack Week, we encourage and empower employees to pitch and develop ideas that further Twitter as a force for good in the world.
We provide financial contributions to select organizations around the world.
We offer space for nonprofits to host events and gatherings to advance their work.
We provide laptops, monitors, and other IT equipment to nonprofits.
Twitter Impact Nest
In our office in Dublin, Ireland, we provide quarterly skills training to social innovation startups.
In our San Francisco community space, we empower the community by sharing our love of technology.
We offset all carbon emissions for employee travel and large-scale events by funding green energy projects through Cool Effect.
Global Impact Report: 2020
Stay up-to-date on the important work we do for the people we serve.
Digital Safety Playbook
Learn about the tools available to help you feel safer, be in control, and manage your digital footprint.
Staying Safe with Twitter
Learn about digital safety and online protection for young people with this checklist produced in collaboration with the Office of the UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth.
Teaching and Learning with Twitter
Learn how Twitter can be used in the classroom and get UNESCO’s guidance on the best practices for media and information literacy.
Campaigning on Twitter
Learn how Twitter can be used to amplify your campaign, whether you’re an NGO or in public service.