In an effort to combat ‘slactivism,’ Crowdshout was born. Offered for individuals or organizations, Crowdshout puts social action at your fingertips, allowing supporters to use their mobile devices to take action and support their favorite causes.
Peter Deitz, the whirlwind behind Social Actions. (Photo by JD Lasica) Social Actions moves the open source ball forward for the cause community Guest post by Amy Sample Ward amysampleward.org I’ve followed and supported the work of Peter Deitz and Social Actions ever since hearing about his passion and ideas a few years ago. […]
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, I attended a dinner on the “Future of Philanthropy,” which was a really great talk about the role of philanthropy across nonprofits, family foundations, corporate partnerships and how individuals can get involved. The dinner sessions at Davos I heard were a must. They’re expensive add-ons to the […]
On Friday I was one of 66 folks who participated in a conference call around the launch of All for Good. It was fascinating to watch the disparate elements that came together through a single powerful idea: President Obama’s call for Americans to volunteer — for us to give back to our communities — through […]
Change.org: Helping you take action online from JD Lasica on Vimeo. One of the most impressive and influential sites in the causes space, Change.org, has really come into its own in the past six to eight months. The social enterprise is helping raise awareness about important social causes and empowering people to take action, chiefly […]