What Happens at GEO Doesn’t Stay at GEO (and that’s a good thing)

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I know that I have been tremendously influenced by what I have learned in Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Atlanta, and now Seattle. Carrie Avery is president of the Durfee Foundation , a family foundation in Los Angeles, California.

SOCAP: The Market at the Intersection of Money and Meaning

Tech Soup Blog

I had a chance this week to preside over TechSoup’s booth at the latest Social Capital Markets conference (SOCAP) in San Francisco. Stand is a San Francisco Bay Area domestic violence nonprofit. This is a fairly new informational service that started in 2010.

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Thrivability: A Collaborative Sketch

Amy Sample Ward

Like you, the contributors are from a vast array of places in the world from Stockholm, Brussels, and London to Thailand, Australia, and Uganda, and include Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, NYC, Los Angeles, Houston, Cleveland, Chicago, and Boston. I’m so excited to announce the launch of Thrivability: A Collaborative Sketch – a new book curated by Jean Russell with a collection of over 60 essays crafting a topography for thriving.

#4Change Chat Wrap-Up: Community Building

Amy Sample Ward

link] VozMob is another great example of this, organizing immigrant communities in Los Angeles, using mobile phones, photos and video [link]. From @davidahood: San Francisco Zoo has done a wonderful job and engaging and supporting their community. Last week, I had a fun time moderating the June #4Change Twitter Chat on Online Community Building. Thanks to all those who participated or followed along, and to those who will join the conversation now!

Examples of Abundance in the Arts: Ask A Conductor on Twitter

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In February 2010 I organised an event called Follow a Museum , this was prompted by the low number of followers which I felt most museums had on Twitter and simply aimed to boost those numbers.