Saturday, August 25, 2007

Do Good Blogger Sampler and Other Blogging Links

I ran out of handouts yesterday during my talk about do good blogging at the Writing for Change Conference, and said I'd post the handout up here today. It's just a sampler of do good bloggers (please don't be sad if I didn't include you, it's a sampler), links to blog search engines, links to blog feed readers, and links to blog software platforms.

A Sampling of Do Good Blogs

100 Mile Diet
*Started as a blog

A.Fline Blog

Anti-Racist Parent

Beth’s Blog

BlogHer's Social Change, Nonprofits and NGOs Blog Roll

Chez Pim’s Menu for Hope



Fake Plastic Fish

Fat Free Vegan Kitchen

Drilling Santa Fe

Gayle Brandeis
*Won Barbara Kingslover Bellweather Prize for Fiction in Support of Literature of Social Change.

Getcha Grub On

Give and Take
*A Roundup of nonprofit blogs by the Chronicle of Philanthropy (check out the blogroll in the right column).

Global Voices Online

Green LA Girl


Groovy Green

How I Changed the World Today

Katya Andresen’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog

My Happiness Project

Nonprofit Blog Exchange
* Click through blogs in blogroll on lower right

Race in the Workplace


Shaping Youth

Social Change Websites
* Has a blog section

Sustainable Table

Tactical Philanthropy


Triple Pundit

Urban Sprouts

Veggie Going Vegan

Wish Jar


Search for more do good blogs on:

Google Blog Search


Read do good blogs in a feed reader like:



Google Reader

Create your own do good blog with one of these platforms:

Movable Type


  1. Anonymous3:45 AM

    There are so many blogs out there trying to make a difference - it's difficult finding ones that actually pertain to your particular needs. You know, things the average person can do and actually make a difference.

    Personally, I don't want to know about what such and such company is doing unless I can join them or help out in some way - if even only to promote them so they can get the funding they need. Most bloggers don't realize this though, and they just post anything and everything, without really assessing the value of that information to the end reader.

    The list you posted however, is an excellent selection =)


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