October, 2010 | Beth's Blog - Part 4

Archive for October, 2010

Lessons Learned From A Twitterthon

Note from Beth: Diana Scimone is a free agent fundraiser.   She is no stranger to building relationships.  She and I have have linked to each other’s blog posts and commented on each others posts over the past three years.  I wrote about her project  The Born2Fly Project to stop child trafficking in  January, 2009 on National Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Awareness Day.

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A Free Agent and Nonprofits Working Together To End Homelessness

Christian Canter is the development director for Shelter Network, an agency that provides housing and services for homeless families and individuals.    As part of my work as Visiting Scholar at the Packard Foundation,  I’ve had an opportunity to work with him on social media strategy.   … Read More

Free eGuide: Cause Marketing Through Social Media ree

I’m pleased to announce that Zoetica and Network for Good have just published a new e-book called “Cause Marketing Through Social Media” written by Kate Olsen and Geoff Livingston.   The eGuide identifies the key questions a for-profit company should ask before initiating a cause marketing campaign and outlines the five steps to success.… Read More

Net Neutrality for Networked Nonprofits: Guest Post by Vince Stehle

Note from Beth: Last June at the New York City book party for the Networked Nonprofit,  Stephanie Strom, New York Times, moderated a discussion on the themes in the book.  (Here’s a recording by Mike Johnson).    Vince Stehle asked a great question about how nonprofits might use some of the ideas in the book to engage their networks around Net Neutrality.   

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Surfrider Foundation: The Poster Child for a Networked Nonprofit

I grew up in a small beach town on the South Jersey Shore where I spent summers swimming and building sand castles.   A deep appreciation for the ocean and beach is in my DNA.    My father (photographed above) was a life guard, swimmer, and one of the first to take up surfing in the early 1960’s on our beach.   … Read More