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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

New Social Network for People who Want to Change the World



We got an invitation to a new social network for non-profits, so we created a TMN page on the site. It's a lot like other social networks, such as Facebook and MySpace, but it's mainly for people who want to make change in the world. Here is a review of it. TMN is also on MySpace.

We're excited to invite you to join our new social network on Change.org!

Change.org is a new social network for hundreds of social causes and over 1 million nonprofit organizations. The Texas Moratorium Network has been invited to be a part of Change.org's early release, and we want you to be the first to join and help build our community.

Change.org enables you to:

1. Connect - connect to people who care about the same issues and see others in your social network who support TMN.

2. Share - post and discuss news stories and ideas related to the issues you care about and share videos, photos, and personal stories.

3.Take Action - magnify your social impact by organizing volunteer events, rallies, and meet-ups or by joining social fundraising communities.

Click the link below to join our community. We look forward to seeing you on the site!

www.change.org/texasmoratorium

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1 comment:

Brittany said...

Another website that helps you mobilize your online community for social change is Firstgiving.com. Firstgiving is a website that helps anyone create a free personalized fundraising page for any non-profit registered with GuideStar. After you create your page you can market it via your blog or various social networks (MySpace, Facebook, etc.) with a widget or fundraising badge. It's a great way to get your supporters together using websites that you are already involved with.