Companies and nonprofits can now post on Facebook's Community Help during a crisis squib


When crisis strikes, Facebook users often turn to the platform to let friends and family know they're safe. 

In the last year, since the social media company launched its Community Help tool, people have also used Facebook to ask for emergency assistance and aid, or offer help to those who've been affected. 

Now Community Help is getting another feature: Businesses and nonprofits can post about relief services and volunteer opportunities while connecting with victims in need. Lyft, Chase, Direct Relief, Feeding America, Save the Children, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire are among the first organizations and businesses to get the feature.  Read more...

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