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Building the World You Want: 6 Nonprofit Campaigns to Consider on International Day of Charity

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In response to the Supreme Court’s decision to temporarily grant the Trump administration's request to reinstate portions of its travel ban (blocking people from six countries - Iran, Yemen, Sudan, Syria, Libya and Somalia - from entering the United States), CARE reignited their #BetterThanTheBan campaign. Since its launch in April, the campaign has partnered with notable sponsors, celebrities, and community leaders to change lives and ensure families have access to decent housing.

[Book Interview] Nonprofit Example of Social Media Excellence: WITNESS

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Recent events in Burma in 2007 and Iran in 2009 and even the US in 2010 reveal that governments can easily comb activists’ footage online and seek out protesters and citizens for arrest, persecution or worse. Book Tour Sponsors. Organization: WITNESS. Organization Size: 29 staff members. Name: Marianna Moneymaker. Title: Online Outreach and Production. Website: www.witness.org. Blog: blog.witness.org. Facebook: facebook.com/witness. Twitter: twitter.com/witnessorg.

Guest Post by Heather McLeod Grant: Reflections on the Personal Democracy Forum

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

As I discovered, PDF is very much a gathering of the “digerati”: politicos, pundits, journalists, techies, bloggers, consultants, activists, and of course vendors and sponsors. Randi Zuckerberg from Facebook, who talked about how social networks are being used for social change, particularly as an organizing tool for local revolutions such as those in Columbia and Iran.

The Last Blogpotomac: A New Community Rises from the Ashes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I had never met George face-to-face, but through Twitter he made a donation that helped me sponsor the Cambodia Bloggers Summit and raise some money for the Sharing Foundation. Debbas who was in Iran at the time, risking his life said, "It helped because I didn't want to die anonymously and we can discredit raising awareness.". Flickr Photo by Ghbrett. I'm writing this post from 30,000 feet aboard Virgin America as I fly back to California from a whirlwind week on the East Coast.

Interview with Zainab Salbi, Founder of Women for Women International

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The way we do that is by asking every single woman around the world to sponsor one woman at a time by sending her $27 a month, along with a letter to start a communication link between the two women. Once the sponsored woman gets into the program - and she usually is one of the most socially excluded women in her own community within a conflict or post-conflict area - she is grouped with a group of 20 other women in what's called a "women's circle."

Kevin Danaher of Global Exchange Talks about the Global Citizen Center

Have Fun - Do Good

Kevin Danaher is the co-founder of the nonprofit Global Exchange which co-sponsors the Green Festivals with Co-op America. There are people in positions of power in places like Iran and Washington, D.C. Kevin talks about the Global Citizen Center, a large mixed use building in downtown San Francisco that will serve as a hub for ecologically and socially responsible enterprise, education and economic development.