Facebook will allow select companies and organizations to post in ‘Community Help’ during a crisis

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Facebook rolled out a special Community Help section last year ago to do some good during a crisis. It’s intended as a way for users to offer assistance to each other including food, shelter, and so on. Now, Facebook is going to let certain businesses and organizations post in Community Help to do the same.

According to Facebook, the first wave of organizations are getting access to the crisis management features now.

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