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Updated by Beth Kanter on Jun 13, 2017
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Nonprofit and Bots

This is a list of examples of good bot design and marketing. Not all of them are from nonprofits, but a good list to give you some ideas to design.

Discusses Einstein's interests in science, music, art, life, and his hair. Designed as an engagement bot. This bot most likely required some custom programming and a lot of design work to map out the conversation and language.

The Pope's Bot can help you be more spirtual

This bot is designed to help you navigate to the best choice of whisky to fit your tastes. While it isn't nonprofit, could imagine something like this could educate and help people select information, services, or products from a nonprofit.

This bot is designed by a nonprofit in South Africa to help pregnant women receive important health information via Facebook Messenger.

This bot dispenses great advice and tips for marketing your bot. While not nonprofit specific, the content is useful. But more importantly, this bot illustrates the potential for using bots to deliver educational content. This bot is more advanced and takes a bit of design work.

This bot is about how to design and market bots . While the information is about selling different services, there are some good tips and examples.

While a good cause, this BOT is a little too transactional.

This bot is designed to help Facebook Fans sign up for more information about Climate Reality. Example of use of bot for lead building.

Designed to engage people in a conversation with "Yeshi" a young girl from Ethiopia on her daily walk to get water.

Use of Bots for youth engagement around a development report

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Woebot

Robot therapist.

This bot will share the history of Anne Frank or help you plan your visit

This bot shares the history and educates about democracy in Australia.

This Thanksgiving, Walmart workers are promoting WorkIt, a new tool that uses IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence technology to answer questions about health, safety, benefits and more.