Facebook does NOT donate money to sick or starving children when someone likes, shares or comments on photos, statuses, posts, links, videos or any other content. For the past 5 years now, scammers and some heartless and deceitful people have been using pictures of sick and starving children to trick Facebook users into liking, sharing or commenting on their posts in order to make the posts popular.
Facebook Donation for Share Scams
If you have received a message stating Facebook is donating money to a child if you like, share or comment on some content, please do not follow the instructions in the message, instead, report it to Facebook.
Please share with your family and friends help stop the heartless and deceitful people from exploiting children who are in serious need of care.
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