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I have a website and social media I like to get the info out everywhere. This is a charity for kids. Would like to drive kids to the website.
What can you offer or advise me what to do
Social media is obviously the best place to promote anything you'll ever come across. The word spreads like fire. - Make sure to post something valuable and ask your friends & relatives to like & share the content. For starters.
You'll see how much impact that thing alone will have, and as long as you make something decent, the snowball effect will start!
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Also have a look at Patreon I am on Patreon and it is very nice. I get a monthly amount in but it really is not a lot although I have hardly spent any time promoting my Patreon account!
I have seen some people that get in thousands of dollars every month! Give it a go, it is free to join and there are no costs involved so you won't lose anything.
Then I would go with what Andre has said and promote like mad on social media.
Is this a nonprofit charity? Some nonprofit charities can apply for Google Grants and get up to $10,000 of in-kind advertising every month from AdWords. And some can gain access to other similar charities advertising and marketing campaigns. It works like a 2 way thing where you mention them and share their circles if you do the same for them in return. That can help new charities to get off the ground.
However one of the first places to start with is your own charities website/blog. And then adding posts about ways in which your charity will help people. And even blogging about other similar charities and how they are helping people, who, will reciprocate and do the same for yours.
Using your website you can share what your charity and other similar charities in the industry are doing to make a difference offline. Also using your site you can let the people who care show that they care and how through testimonials and storytelling.
Taking photos of real life events, causes and the people that make your charity tick over, along with photos of the people (kids) that it's helping, showing how it's actually helping. Smiley faces, before and after's sort of thing.
Talking of events, use Foursquare, Gowalla or Facebook Places to promote your events. And start conversations based on #hashtags that are related to your industry/cause.
The next step of course is to share those posts and photos on social media, that would mean setting up a Facebook page and/or a group too. A Twitter account, a LinkedIn profile, a Pinterest page, Instagram etc etc etc. Then doing SMO/SMM of them to drive traffic to them.
Hope this helps!
Why not create a Facebook fan page for your charitable work? That page can contain not only the description and details of your specific charity work but also pictures. Take note that pictures never fail to attract attention especially when the pictures that you will post are kind of emotional. After creating the page, promote the link to your timeline and also in your other social media accounts like Twitter and hope that your promotion will catch fire.