Thursday, June 28, 2012

Nonprofits and Pinterest: Nonprofit Blog Carnival Round-up

Last month, I put out a call for posts about fun ways nonprofits are using Pinterest for the Nonprofit Blog Carnival.  Below are links to some examples, plus additional info and inspiration. Enjoy!

• Susan Chavez shared 4 ways she's using Pinterest with The Association of Junior Leagues International.
~ Pinterest: One Nonprofit's Story, Susan's Site

• Marc van Gurp highlighted the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in Israel's "Pinsulin" campaign.
~ Pinsulin: repin for those who pin 12 times a day
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• Christine Sculati created four Pinterest Boards to raise awareness about the California State Parks crisis.
~ Can Pinterest Help Nonprofits Promote Their Causes, Christine Sculati's Blog

• In her roundup of Pinterest resources, Lori Halley linked to a piece about how to organize an event with Pinterest.
~ Pinterest - What's It Good For?, Wild Apricot Blog

• Allison Fine interviewed Ian Haisley, Opportunity International's Director of Online Strategy, about how they used Pinterest to fundraise.
Using Pinterest to Raise Money: One Charity's Experiment, The Chronicle of Philanthropy

More examples, info, and inspiration
What do you like about using Pinterest?

The July Nonprofit Blog Carnival will be hosted by the Fundraising Detective and has an Olympics theme!


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