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How do Charities work?

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Charities can fund their your mission just by saying their message!

It works like this - if Charity has enough followers, it can earn money just by posting statuses, photos, articles, etc. So if we can ensure enough followers for Charities, we can help funding their mission. We can also directly donate Charities using 'Make Donation' button on their tsu profile. Let's help to all Charities in the World!



1. If you know some Charity that can benefit from tsu, you can do following:

  • Send a message to the Charity and tell them about tsu! 

  • If they are interested in, bring them to Sebastian (just comment his posts with message like 'Hello @Sebastian, I have a Charity which wants to sign up with tsu.'


2. If you have some proposals which charities to bring on tsu, please do following:

  • Feel free to discuss them in this forum

  • There can be somebody else who can bring them on tsu

List of verified charities can be found in our Discover Users section here

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