Code for America, a nonprofit that uses technology to transform local governments, boasts a creative, compelling promotional video that not only clearly describes its message but also engages its viewers to get involved. In just five simple steps, any nonprofit can follow its example.
Code for America
Web 2.0-fueled resources to help each other as citizens Target audience: Political activists, change agents, NGOs, nonprofits, social change organizations, educators, librarians, citizens. It’s become a cliché to be skeptical of what government can do for society. But there’s a burgeoning movement called Government 2.0, the term for attempts to apply the social networking and […]
Government entities, public-spirited orgs and more This afternoon I’ll be speaking on a panel at Personal Democracy Forum in New York on “Refining Your Social Media Smarts: Campaign Successes From YouTube to Facebook to Twitter,” following the Mobilize Your Cause Bootcamp I co-presented yesterday at CUNY to 40 participants to kick off the PDF […]