We explore how, regardless of your organization’s size, length of time in existence or level of expertise, you can begin to utilize or expand upon your current use of the myriad web-based options that can increase the effectiveness of your organizational initiatives and help you sustain them. Guest panelists Danny Moldovan, Change.org; Sarah Durham, Big Duck ; and Frankie Cheung, DonorsChoose.org describe various strategies and tools for different needs, depending upon capacity.  Watch two- to three-minute video clips of each and if you have interest in seeing more of the discussion contact us. Also post your comments on how you use the internet to advance your cause-related strategies and initiatives, whether you are with a corporation, a foundation, a government or any other public or private sector endeavor.


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  • Sarah Durham June 5, 2009, 2:55 pm

    Thanks, Nadine, for having me.

    Here are a few useful resources we didn’t discuss but your students might find valuable:
    NTEN.org (the nonprofit technology network)
    “Groundswell”- a great book on social technographics
    and
    “Here Comes Everybody” by Clay Shirky, which really explains the power of social networks.

    You may find these books have lots of content you know already but prove useful to educate E.D.s, board members, and others who don’t get it yet.

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