Robbin’ the Rich: Strategies and Ideas for Advancing the Common Good


Connect to Others with a Social Mission Online
29 January, 2008, 6:16 pm
Filed under: Alliances/Collaborations, IT

There are a number of websites that exist to connect nonprofiteers, NGO-workers, and others with a social mission. To name a few:

Social Actions: “Social Actions helps individuals and organizations use social media to plan, implement, and support peer-to-peer social change campaigns.”

Web of Change: “Web of Change is an annual gathering connecting senior leaders working at the convergence of online strategy, technology, and social change.”

Social Edge: “Social Edge is the global online community where social entrepreneurs and other practitioners of the social benefit sector connect to network, learn, inspire and share resources.”

Building Movement Project: “[…] the Building Movement project, […] is designed to explore and challenge (1) the current assumptions and expectations of how US-based social change nonprofit organizations should operate and (2) their impact on building larger movements for change.”

WiserEarth: “WiserEarth serves the people who are transforming the world. It is a community directory and networking forum that maps and connects non-governmental organizations and individuals addressing the central issues of our day: climate change, poverty, the environment, peace, water, hunger, social justice, conservation, human rights and more.”

NetSquared: “Our mission is to spur responsible adoption of social web tools by social benefit organizations.”

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