Twestival Local will inspire the biggest global charity event ever organized through social media on March 24th, with 150+ cities across the world coordinating and hosting their own fundraising event.Organized by an army of thousands of volunteers and vocally supported by Twitter’s own founders, Twestival events will take place in 12 Canadians cities this Thursday – all fundraising for charities in their local area.
Read more about what Twestival Founder, Amanda Rose, and other high profile backers have to say about this year’s events.
With only a few days until Twestival Local events take place across the country, we thought this the perfect time to highlight what’s going on in the 12 Canadian cities hosting an event. Check out our snazzy chart to find a Twestival Local event in your area, event details, how to get your ticket, and which charity you’ll be supporting by purchasing a ticket!
The deadline to register for Live Streaming is fast approaching!
To participate in Live Streaming on March 24, and help set a world record for most charities in a live stream, you must register your Twestival Local event by tomorrow night (Saturday, March 19 at midnight EST).
We’ve all worked so hard to get Twestival locals up and running. Live streaming is a great way to showcase the best of your city and your charity of choice.
To register, simply join the VOKLE discussion andREGISTERyour city to get into the live streaming schedule. For more details check thehuddle whiteboard.
To help spread the word, the Twestival team has created this brand new animation. Check it out, tweet it, and post it on your Facebook wall.