Tomorrow: help AboutOne raise $1 million for local charities using Twitter - Technical.ly Philly

Nov. 14, 2011 11:00 am

Tomorrow: help AboutOne raise $1 million for local charities using Twitter

AboutOne, the Malvern-based company that helps families organize all of their documents and other information, wants to invite you to a party. AboutOne will be hosting a “Twitter Party” that encourages guests to “RSVP” by donating at least $1 to one of three charities and by using the hashtag #AOThanks on Twitter tomorrow night between […]

AboutOne, the Malvern-based company that helps families organize all of their documents and other information, wants to invite you to a party.

AboutOne will be hosting a “Twitter Party” that encourages guests to “RSVP” by donating at least $1 to one of three charities and by using the hashtag #AOThanks on Twitter tomorrow night between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.  The company has the ambitious goal of raising over $1 million for local charities OpportunitiesOperation Shower and The HERA Foundation which support military families, ovarian cancer and homeless young adults, respectively.

As of this morning, the party has 112 RSVPs and throughout the party AboutOne will be awarding over a dozen prize packs that include a free Windows 7 phone, a $250 Amazon gift card and a free 12 months subscription to local email marketing company AWeber (AWeber, of course, is no stranger to charitable causes).

“Joining our Twitter party and supporting these charities with a small donation is a wonderful way to express your gratitude and thanks at this special time of year and have a little fun,” said CEO Joanne Lang in a press release.

The campaign is, in part, a celebration of AboutOne’s upcoming Acorn Points product which will reward users for getting organized.

Companies: AboutOne, AWeber
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