Tweets for Tibet – Students for a Free Tibet
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Tweets for Tibet

Xi Jinping is the world’s most powerful human rights violator, and Tibet is now ranked as the #1 most oppressed place on the planet. Despite Twitter being banned in China, it is being used widely by Chinese government agencies across the world as one of the biggest propaganda tools. Well, Students for a Free Tibet (SFT) has figured out a brilliant way to challenge Xi Jinping’s propaganda machine and force Xi to support Tibet. On April 1, 2021, commonly known as April Fools’ Day in the United States, SFT is playing the biggest practical joke on Xi Jinping by using his own propaganda machine against him! Every time Xi Jinping’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweets, Tibet supporters across the United States can donate a small amount to the Tibetan Freedom Movement. From 5 cents to 25 cents, any amount you contribute per tweet will help us achieve momentous victories for Tibet.

Tweets for Tibet Guide

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Tweets for Tibet is a campaign to combat Xi Jinping and the Chinese government's brutal occupation of Tibet. You can sign up to donate $0.05 or more to Students for a Free Tibet every time the Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweets-using their very own propaganda machine against them!

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100% of the proceeds from Tweets for Tibet go to Students for a Free Tibet (SFT), a 501(c)3 global grassroots network that campaigns for Tibetan freedom and human rights.

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As of right now only those with United States bank credit cards may donate.

Yes, your donation is tax-deductible! Students for a Free Tibet is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization with tax I.D. #13-4008917. We acknowledge that no goods or services were provided in exchange for your donation.
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Your contribution fuels SFT’s hard-hitting campaigns and actions, helps us plan ahead and respond to urgent crises and opportunities in Tibet, and enables us to train the next generation of Tibet movement leaders. Thank you for enabling us to grow and work to create profound change for Tibet.