Atlanta, Georgia – Content Science has made its nonprofit donations for Q3 2020, giving 10% of proceeds from online products to renowned U.S. nonprofits PolitiFact, Snopes.com and Pew as they fight misinformation.
Content Science Founder Colleen Jones says, “I’m thrilled to continue this program after its launch in Q2. As the U.S. presidential election approaches and the pandemic persists, the risk of disinformation increases. The response from our clients and community has been overwhelmingly positive.”
“We started this policy of donating 10% of our online subscriptions and purchases back before COVID-19 reached pandemic status,” Jones continues. “Now the pandemic has shown the world just how powerful content is, for good or for bad, and strengthened our resolve to support organizations advocating for truth in content.”
In the spirit of companies like Toms making a donation for every purchase, Content Science is contributing 10% of every purchase of these popular content education items:
- Certifications offered online through Content Science Academy
- Subscriptions to premium content at Content Science Review
- Subscriptions to ContentWRX Audit
Contributions are made each quarter to nonprofits with initiatives fighting disinformation and protecting truth in content.
Jones adds, “I’ve seen first hand, many times, the positive impact that quality digital content can make. I believe in it. Content Science believes in it. And we’re excited to rebuild trust in it.”
About Content Science
Content Science is an award-winning content intelligence and strategy company founded by Colleen Jones, author of The Content Advantage. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Content Science has advised clients including Fortune 500 companies, startups, institutions, and government agencies since 2010. The firm also owns the content intelligence product ContentWRX, runs Content Science Academy, and publishes the online magazine Content Science Review.
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