Poverty Resolutions YouTube Campaign Hopes to Garner 300,000 Views

Nonprofit organization hopes to hit 300,000 views on their YouTube videos by Valentine’s Day to raise awareness of global poverty and their work in Haiti.

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) February 05, 2013

Poverty Resolutions has started a YouTube campaign to help spread awareness of issues related to global poverty, as well as give updates on their development work in Haiti. The nonprofit organization, located in the Philadelphia area, has set a goal to hit 300,000 views on their videos by Valentine’s Day. They call on viewers to “be a Valentine to someone living in poverty.” By watching, sharing, and spreading the word, viewers are able to contribute and raise awareness.

The videos produced by Poverty Resolutions play an integral role in fulfilling their mission of educating Americans about dollar-a-day poverty. Through their videos they hope to inspire others to get involved and make a difference for those in need.

Their main video, a documentary entitled 1 Dollar Poverty, follows four American men who live in Port-au-Prince after the 2010 earthquake for 28 days on one dollar a day per person. The documentary highlights the challenges faced by 54% of Haitians and over a billion people around the world who live on one dollar a day or less.

About Poverty Resolutions:
Poverty Resolutions is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the eradication of dollar-a-day poverty. They aim to educate Americans to increase awareness of global poverty and to inspire them to take action. In Haiti, they provide sustainable solutions to poverty, which empower individuals and organizations to meet the needs of their communities.

To learn more, visit: http://www.povertyresolutions.org/



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