Monday, November 24, 2014

Getting the best from EducAid

We’ve had a few requests from people who wanted to receive inboxed updates from our blog, so we’ve decided to give you a quick guide to keeping up-to-date with our blog and social media.

Sign up to our blog to receive our posts in your inbox

You can do this from any of the pages on our website. At the bottom of each page, you can input your e-mail address in to the box entitled “Our blog”. Upon doing this, you will automatically receive our latest posts in your e-mail account without having to visit the EducAid website.

Alternatively, you can read our posts on our News Page whenever you fancy.

Sign up to our newsletters

We send out 4 regular newsletters per year, giving an overview of EducAid news and events during that period. We will also alert you of particular events that we have going on.

In order to sign up, on every page of our website, you can input your e-mail address in to the box entitled “Our Mailing List”.

Receive all of our facebook updates

At the top of our facebook page, you can choose to receive all of our updates by selecting “Get Notifications” from the dropdown list under the “Liked” button.

Also, don’t forget to follow Miriam on Twitter because that’s where she usually posts the up-to-the minute goings on of EducAid.

Thanks for all of your support. Remember that by liking and sharing our messages helps to spread the word about everything we do and to attract more donors so please do be vocal and active on your social media.

We’re still working towards our ambitious but very necessary target of £150,000 to provide support for those disadvantaged from Ebola, particularly the ever-increasing number of orphans that are coming out of this catastrophe. If you want to know why it’s so necessary, do read our blog where we’re regularly posting information regarding the Ebola situation and what we’re doing to protect our students and staff, as well as what we’re doing to plan for the a life after Ebola.

We hope that we’re bringing you a valuable insight to what is going on in Sierra Leone, so please do keep supporting us online and in donations.

Many thanks

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