November 2008: Most Popular Cause-Related Search Terms

Social Actions

Below are the most popular search terms for November 2008. congo (2). twitter (2). Social Actions is committed to making freely available the statistics we generate on flows of philanthropic activity. I have included all terms that were submitted to our search engine two or more times. I have removed search terms that do not relate to causes, or contain the name of one of our platform partners. (x) x) = number of times the term was searched.

November 2008: Most Popular Cause-Related Search Terms

Social Actions

Below are the most popular search terms for November 2008. congo (2). twitter (2). Social Actions is committed to making freely available the statistics we generate on flows of philanthropic activity. I have included all terms that were submitted to our search engine two or more times. I have removed search terms that do not relate to causes, or contain the name of one of our platform partners. (x) x) = number of times the term was searched.

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13 Women Changing the World

Have Fun - Do Good

Today I saw a blog post on Twitter about 10 Men with the Capacity to Change the World. Listen: Big Vision Podcast interview (February 6, 2008) Read: Transcript on Have Fun, Do Good 5. Listen: Big Vision Podcast interview (December 22, 2008) Read: Transcript on Have Fun, Do Good 6.

December 2008: Most Popular Cause-Related Search Terms

Social Actions

Below are the most popular search terms for December 2008. twitter (4). congo (3). Social Actions is committed to making freely available the statistics we generate on the flows of philanthropic activity. One indicator of popular action areas is the search terms that people use to find opportunities to make a difference. I have included all terms that were submitted to our search engine two or more times.

December 2008: Most Popular Cause-Related Search Terms

Social Actions

Below are the most popular search terms for December 2008. twitter (4). congo (3). Social Actions is committed to making freely available the statistics we generate on the flows of philanthropic activity. One indicator of popular action areas is the search terms that people use to find opportunities to make a difference. I have included all terms that were submitted to our search engine two or more times.

See techies from Télécoms Sans Frontières’ help out refugees in the DRC | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) Internet Télécoms Sans Frontières’ Works in the Congo 12.15.08 | 3649 No Comments [link] T%C3%A9l%C3%A9coms+Sans+Fronti%C3%A8res%E2%80%99+Works+in+the+Congo 2008-12-16+00%3A57%3A38 Allan+Benamer It’s always nice to see techies doing front-line work. Tagged: Congo , refugees , satellite , Télécoms Sans Frontières’ , TSF , UN Foundation How relevant was this post to you? (No Powered by Twitter Tools Twitter Follow me at Twitter!

Arts Activist Naomi Natale and The One Million Bones Project

Have Fun - Do Good

Naomi served as an artist-in-residence at Columbia College Chicago in 2008, 2010 and 2011. "The fact that it actually happens today despite the "Never Again," rhetoric, despite the fact we apologize for how we didn't act in the past, that we allow it to happen again.

[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: Women for Women International

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Twitter: twitter.com/womenforwomen. Following that, Women for Women International moved on WordPress, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter throughout 2008-2010. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and the Notes from the Field WordPress blog. Organization: Women for Women International.

Five Social Media Fundraising Trends for 2009

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last year, TweetsGiving , raised $11,000 to build a classroom in Tanzania using Twitter to spread messages of thanks and opportunities to donate. Social networks like Twitter connect us with people online who share our interests or passions about making the world a better place.

The Social Media Response to Disaster in Haiti

NTEN

Ushahidi was originally designed as a tool for mapping reports of violence in Kenya after the post-election unrest in 2008. We interact with our friends and colleagues in real time on and offline -- either in the office or out at coffee, on Twitter or social networks.