As part of International Women's Day, which takes place tomorrow, March 8, your fave dating app Tinder will be accepting suggestions from people like us for women's charities it should donate to, according to USA Today.
In partnership with crowdfunding website Pledgling.com, Tinder will let people who tweet the company use their money to donate to a charity of their choice. How's that for using their position to help the world?
In a statement, a Tinder spokesperson said:
"Now more than ever, Tinder wants to provide a platform for people throughout the US to stand proud in their support of women."
All you have to do is on Wednesday at 9am, tweet @Tinder with the name of your women's rights charity of choice along with the hashtag #FundHerCause. Then you'll receive a code to donate $100 to one of 12 pre-approved charities!
The 12 charities include Planned Parenthood, Girls Who Code, Women for Women International, UN Women and many more amazing charities.
Letting people donate isn't all Tinder is doing this year for women's rights. The apparently-quite-altruistic app is also hosting an immersive art installation at London's South Bank's Observation Point in collab with art couple Charlotte Colbert and her husband, Philip Colbert.
The feminist filmmaker and the fashion designer welcome women to the space on Wednesday from 8am-8pm where they can write and receive inspirational messages from fellow women. Encouraging support among women, while promoting female empowerment, the installation will also have female-oriented art on show.
Kickstarted in the early-1990s, International Women's Day continues to be recognized as an event of "unity, celebration, reflection, advocacy and action – whatever that looks like globally at a local level." While celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, this year's theme for the day is #BeBoldForChange.
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