The truth is… They can’t tell your future; they said so themselves. However, what Google did say was much more powerful:
[quote]60 million refugees ask themselves every day if they have a future at all. So we used a fake Google-site to get your attention because apparently you were interested in your own future. Please take a moment to think of their future.[/quote]
Amazing campaign, right?
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But what if I told you Google wasn’t even actually affiliated with the creator of this website or played any role other than its logo and site design? Well, I guess you have no choice but to believe me, because it’s true.
In fact the site itself is deemed the work of a Dutch web design company known as BrainMedia.
So what does Google have to say? How about:
— Google (@Google) September 15, 2015
As undoubtedly one of this fall’s most successful social media campaigns, turns out not only does Google not harbor any negative feelings towards the website and its creator BrainMedia, but it matched $5.5 million dollars in donations!
So far this campaign globally has raised over €10 million euros towards the cause and has no plans to cease in the near future. It is and always will be an ongoing cause, and one that you can make a difference with too.
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You can also check out one of their biggest charity links, UNHCR, the United Nations Refugee Agency here.
So forget uncovering your future via a crystal ball, and help BrainMedia and the world come together to fight this tragedy, because together we CAN make a world of difference.
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