As world health officials issue new guidance and warnings about coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re continuing our work to make sure everyone has access to credible information and to limit the spread of misinformation and harmful content about the virus.
This includes connecting people globally to accurate information and helpful resources and implementing new policies to protect people from those trying to exploit this emergency for financial gain. In addition, Facebook will match $20 million in donations to support COVID-19 relief efforts.
Communicating with Your Customers.
Facebook is committed to helping your business face the challenges presented by the coronavirus. You can use Facebook’s platforms to keep your customers informed about your response to the pandemic, as well as to share important information and announcements. We’ve produced guides with recommendations on how to use Facebook to communicate with your customers — whether you’re in retail, ecommerce, or another sector.
Facebook Pledges $100M for Small Businesses
We know that many businesses are experiencing disruptions resulting from the global outbreak of COVID-19. To help during this challenging time, Facebook is offering $100M in cash grants and ad credits for up to 30,000 eligible small businesses in over 30 countries.
Stay Connected to Your Workforce.
At a time when increasing numbers of employees are working remotely, staying connected can be a challenge. Discover how the online collaboration tool Workplace by Facebook can help you deepen engagement with your teams and build a sense of community.
Get Help Marketing Your Business on Facebook
With our free online training offering, Facebook Blueprint, you can access more than 80 courses about how to market your business on Facebook, Instagram and Messenger. From 5-minute lessons to in-depth courses, Facebook Blueprint has something for everyone.