A one-minute video introducing Socialbrite.org. Nonprofit tech + Causes + Open source + Social media = Socialbrite. (Music by Enur: “Calabria (Club Mix)”)
SAN FRANCISCO, June 29, 2009 — Eight leading experts in social media and nonprofit technology have joined forces to create Socialbrite.org, a hub that showcases social tools for social change. The site, which serves as a learning and sharing center for nonprofits and social change organizations, debuted today at www.socialbrite.org.
The Socialbrite team is made up of strategists with wide-ranging backgrounds in offering social media consulting services, training workshops, conversational marketing, fundraising and outreach campaigns.
“We’re here to help nonprofits master the social Web to bring about meaningful social change,” said J.D. Lasica, a consultant and author of four books about emerging technologies. “There’s nothing else like this on the Web for nonprofits, social change organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and educators. Socialbrite’s mission is to shine a light on the best practices, social tools and strategies that will benefit each of these important constituencies.”
John Haydon and Sloane Berrent are among the familiar names in the nonprofit tech sector who are part of the effort.
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