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Facebook recently changed its algorithm, which severely limits what people see in their newsfeed from pages they “like” – to as few as 1% of that page’s followers.
This hurts non-profits that provide information, support and inspiration to people who want and need it. The only option is for non-profits to pay to promote posts, which is prohibitive.
Thousands of non-profits, without much money, had dramatically improved their reach into worldwide communities, improving the environment, human rights, medical care, economic conditions and other critical issues that determine society’s quality-of-life.
Facebook, the company that is on track to make more than $2 billion in profits in 2014, is strangling this humanitarian effort in order to make a few more bucks.
Tell Facebook to change its algorithm for non-profit organizations so that everyone can get the help they need.