Help Us Give Back To Your Community: Redfin Facebook Campaign

‘Tis the season for giving, and Redfin wants to give back! Do you know of an excellent non-profit organization that could use a donation and increased awareness? Here’s your chance to help us help them.

We’re hosting a contest on Facebook in which we’ll donate $100 dollars to each of the three winners’ chosen charities. To enter, simply email a picture of your favorite holiday decoration in your home to press@redfin.com, along with your name and the non-profit you would like to support.* The picture could be of stockings on your mantle, holiday decor on your front porch, a Christmas tree, Hanukah menorah, dining table centerpiece…whatever display makes you most proud!

We’ll post the pictures and charity names to an album on our Facebook page and encourage fans to vote for their favorites by “liking” the photos on Facebook. We are accepting submissions from now until December 17, and the voting period will take place December 18-25. If your photo is among the top three to receive the most likes, we’ll donate $100 dollars in your name to the charity of your choice. We’ll also write a blog post about the three recipient charities to help increase awareness of the cause and encourage our readers to contribute.

We’re excited to see how our fans have decorated for the holidays, and which non-profits will receive the donations! For a little inspiration, you can check out a holiday display in my home. We don’t have a fireplace, so I decorated the next best thing – our TV!

*The fine print: By sending us your photo, you confirm you have the right to grant us, and you grant us, a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use your uploaded photo on Facebook, the Redfin blog, and in other promotional materials for this campaign. If we publish your photo it will be public, meaning that everyone can access and use that information. In addition, we reserve the right not to publish your photo and charity information if we determine it contains inappropriate content.

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