Yes, it’s that time once again, folks — time for the Weekly Poll!

Yesterday, thousands of people in more than 175 cities got together to celebrate the second annual Twestival, an event that has (at the time of this posting) raised $311,696 for Concern Worldwide, an organization that works to provide an education to millions of children without access to one.

Last year’s event raised $250,000 for a charity that brought clean water to 17,000 people, and set a precedent for social media philanthropy. Not only did participants register and donate money on the Twestival website, they also promoted the event via tweets.

As our own Pete Cashmore said in his CNN column yesterday, “Twestival’s impact, then, is threefold: Its cash haul is significant, it raises awareness of the cause on a worldwide scale and it provides the framework for future campaigns.”

This year’s event no doubt surpassed last year’s in terms of giving. Here’s hoping for another awesome turnout for Twestival number three.

The Mashable staff was out in full force at New York’s event, where we not only contributed to a stellar cause, but also met a ton of interesting people and celebrated into the night. So, for this week’s poll, we’re asking you, our readers, to tell us how you celebrated Twestival? Did you attend an event? Did you tweet your support? What did you do to make a difference?

Let us know in the comments!

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