Top 10 Most Influential Charities

Thanksgiving is a good day to give thanks to all the people (and food) that are around you. It is also a good time to give back. These top charities are not only making a difference in the world, but have a lot of Klout. They have very active Twitter presences that help them spread their message.

Topping our list is A Safe World For Women, which is a global women’s rights and advocacy organization that campaigns for the rights of women and girls.  Another organization in our list is Greenpeace, who is working to conserve the environment and promote peace.

Here is the complete list.

1. A Safe World For Women

Campaign on HumanRights, Womens Welfare & Abuse of Women/Girls: Incl Trafficking, FGM, DV, Slavery & Poverty ~ CURRENT PROJECT ~ Preparing for the 2011 Campaign

2. Amnesty International

Welcome to the Official Amnesty International USA feed. Get the latest human rights news and actions here!

3. Greenpeace

We’re an independent global campaigning organisation acting to change attitudes and behavior, to protect the environment and promote peace.

4. World Wildlife Fund

Simply put: WWF is in the business of saving our one and only planet.


Founded in 1946, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is the driving force that helps build a world where the rights of every child are realized.

6. ONE

ONE is a grassroots campaign of 2 million people committed to the fight against extreme poverty and preventable diseases.

7. UN Refugee Agency

The official account of UNHCR. Follow us as we provide vital aid and protection to the forcibly displaced around the world.

8. National Wildlife Federation

National Wildlife Federation works to inspire Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future.

9. Oxfam International

Int’l confederation of 14 like-minded organizations working together & with partners around the world to bring about lasting solutions to poverty & injustice.

10. Stand Up To Cancer

Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) raises $ for groundbreaking cancer research. This is where the end of cancer begins.

A special thanks to @hardlynormal for the inspiration behind this blog post. Now get out there and make difference!

Feel like we missed one? Leave a comment with your suggestion.


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