Chances are you've heard of "this Pinterest thing" that's become the new social media cool kid on the block. It's now the third largest social media site and the 16th most popular site on the web.
While chatting with nonprofits, we've been asked how they can use Pinterest to help their organizations. Here are 7 tips on how nonprofits can start using Pinterest to raise awareness, impact and fundraising.
What do homeless advocacy, access to fresh food in under-served neighborhoods, rare disease patient groups, neighborhood schools and chamber choirs have in common?
They are all using digital tools to raise awareness, raise engagement and raise funds.
"Want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. Want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales." - Albert Einstein
Bookwallah's tactical mission is to collect and distribute children's storybooks, set up libraries, and spread the joy of reading to children of orphanages throughout the world. While improvement in literacy is a natural outcome, the strategic aim of Bookwallah is to spur the growth of true imagination – as a skill and basis for success. Where would we be without people like Albert Einstein or Steve Jobs? These children need to imagine how to get past some of the hardships experienced, move forward and change their own worlds.