September 15, 2010

Does your nonprofit have a Dilbert social media policy?

by Beth Kanter

As part of my work as Visiting Scholar for Social Media and Nonprofits  at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation,  I’ve had the pleasure to do a number of workshops in the area. Monday evening I had the pleasure of presenting a Networked Nonprofit mini-workshop for a group of about 50 local nonprofits and government agencies in Palo Alto hosted … Continue reading

August 27, 2010

Top 10 mobile apps for college students

by Jess Haswell

  Evernote, Wikipanion & GoDocs should be in your arsenal Target audience: Students, educators, nonprofits, social change organizations, mobile diehards. By Jessica Haswell Socialbrite staff School just got easier with this collection of the top 10 apps that you can’t hit the classrooms without. Having recently left the classroom (Cornell 2010 — woot!), these are some tools that I definitely … Continue reading

August 25, 2010

Move the needle: How to activate your supporters

by JD Lasica

Move the Needle: How to activate your supporters View more presentations from JD Lasica.   And download these 3 flyers on tools & platforms for social change Last night I gave another in the series of Mobilize Your Cause mini-camps at the Hub SoMa in San Francisco. It went well, with representatives from Women’s Film Institute, CBS Interactive, Small Act … Continue reading

August 6, 2010

How to maximize your nonprofit’s impact with YouTube

by Jess Haswell

Charity: water’s “World Water Day” video contains a call to action starting at about 10 seconds in. By Jessica Haswell Socialbrite staff Nonprofits have long known that creating a YouTube channel can help tell your organization’s story. But did you know that YouTube offers a nonprofit program? YouTube’s program gives nonprofits a number of handy features to get your message … Continue reading

July 29, 2010

Diabetes Hands Foundation as a networked nonprofit

by Guest

Elements of The Networked Nonprofit, image from Beth Kanter. Guest post by Manny Hernandez Diabetes Hands Foundation Beth Kanter’s new book, The Networked Nonprofit, co-written by Allison Fine, points out that social media tools integral to nonprofits fall into three general categories of use: Conversation starters Collaboration tools Network builders In this post, I’d like to share examples of how … Continue reading

Category: Education, Nonprofits