Posts about Advocacy Online | Rootwork

By: Rootwork  09-12-2011

Online activism didn’t come out of nowhere. The methods and tactics of online activists — be they individuals or international nonprofits with hundreds of staff — are drawn on social change movements and community organizing strategies that have been tried, experimented with, failed, tweaked, and tried again, long before the Internet existed.


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Posts about Nonprofit Projects | Rootwork

I know when we began a couple of years ago, and were just sort of starting our outreach on Facebook is a social network encouraging real identity — each user has a single account under their full, real name. Facebook began among US college students but has quickly expanded to people of all ages around the world., we found there were already dozens of Facebook groups around the issue and working on these issues.


09-12-2011

Rootwork Builds Websites for Social Change

Perhaps you want to cultivate a vibrant online community around your group’s issues, giving your supporters the means to communicate with each other, organize events and actions, and attract people in their real-world and online social networks to the cause. In each case, Rootwork will be able to tailor a solution to your group’s goals, and build upon the strengths your staff and your supporters already have in organizing for social change.


09-12-2011

Our Services: Social Change Strategy, Drupal Development, Nonprofit Media and Networks

Like a social network, it allows users to “friend” one another, join groups, and see a recent-updates feed of their own and their friends’ images. We work through social networks — like Facebook is a social network encouraging real identity — each user has a single account under their full. We help you execute a coordinated strategy for advocacy and fundraising that draws on the power of your network of supporters.


09-12-2011

Rootwork Empowers Your Supporters with Tools for Social Change

Rootwork launched a social network presence for the grassroots organization on Facebook is a social network encouraging real identity — each user has a single account under their full. Rootwork developed several tools for the Genocide Intervention Network that centered on giving members “actionable information” to assist in their own grassroots organizing.


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Posts about Fundraising | Rootwork

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