Friday, April 06, 2012

8 Changebloggers: Nonprofits and Individuals Creating Change with Blogs

I spent most of the past week at the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in San Francisco where I saw old friends, taught a session (How to Create a Blogging Plan for Your Nonprofit), and led a birds of a feather group (Changebloggers: Changing the World in More Than 140 Characters) for people writing, or planning to write, do-good blogs for their organization, or on their own.

I thought I'd share links to the blogs and/or organizations that came to the Changeblogger meetup in case you resonate with their work, and to give them a little link love.  Click away!

Adam De Rose, Interfaith Worker Justice Blog
Interfaith Worker Justice (IWJ) advances the rights of workers by engaging diverse faith communities into action, from grassroots organizing to shaping policy at the local, state and national levels.

Angela Yu, Changed by Design
Celebration and exposure of designers' ideas for solving the world's problems. The blog covers social design and the Millennium Development Goals.

Eric Martin, Native American Public Telecommunications Blog
NAPT shares Native stories with the world, and advances Native media that represents the values, experiences, histories, and cultures of Tribal Nations, communities and people.

Jennifer Errick, Park Advocate, a blog of the National Parks Conservation Association
The NPCA's mission is to protect and enhance America's National Parks for present and future generations.

Michael Gilbert, Nonprofit News
Nonprofit News provides a stream of news and resources related to emerging issues in the nonprofit world, with a particular emphasis on communication and new technology.

Mike Berkowitz, Third Plateau • Social Impact Strategies
Third Plateau is a full-service philanthropic advisory and nonprofit consulting firm. Check out Mike's guest post about NTC on the Rally blog.

Patti Carlin, Associated Services for International Adoption (ASIA)
ASIA works to create a better future for abandoned or orphaned children, provide cultural, emotional and educational support for adopted children and their families, and increase cultural awareness of inter-racial adoption. It specializes in adoption from China, Taiwan and Haiti. Check out their blog, Brighter Futures.

Sue Sena, Swish Pride
Swish is a gay-straight alliance that creates opportunities for all women and men to contribute their time, energy, and talents to furthering the LGBT rights movement.


I've got two blogging e-courses and one in-person workshop coming up:

Juicy Blogging E-Course: The Art and Play of Blogging (April 18-May 5)

Blogging for Writers, The Writing Salon, San Francisco (May 5)

Juicy Blogging Circle: Grow Your Blogging Habit (May 16-June 6)

I also offer blog coaching and editing!


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