Britt Bravo Believes :: Have Fun, Do Good :: Nonprofit Use of Social Media

While we’re considering nonprofit related blogs, I wanted to to share this recent find – an excellent example. Several students have mentioned working in the nonprofit sector, this semester. One just posted about it. 🙂 So, let’s explore how nonprofits have been using social media in their daily PR and marketing activities.

From Oakland, California, we discover a great site. This one will be particularly interesting for those students thinking about a future in nonprofit work.Britt Bravo

Meet Britt Bravo of Have Fun • Do Good, “A blog for people who want to make the world a better place AND have fun!” Now there is a cool name – Britt Bravo.

Britt Bravo is a writer specializing in stories about individuals and organizations who are creating social change. She writes for blogs, produces podcasts and teaches women to blog and podcast. Britt writes for Have Fun * Do Good, BlogHer, WorldChanging San Francisco, and NetSquared. She also produces the Big Vision Podcast and the NetSquared Podcast. Using her 15 years of experience working with nonprofits, socially responsible businesses, and artists, Britt provides consulting for nonprofits and individuals to help them realize their Big Vision. To learn more about Britt go to her web site, Big Vision Career and Project Consulting, at www.brittbravo.com.

Her latest post is Have Fun • Do Good: 10 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Blogs and Bloggers to Support Their Cause. A good post and one we should all check out for ideas.

Have Fun Do Good TotebagBritt recently posted a list of favorite nonprofit blogs here: Have Fun * Do Good. She is implementing some interesting promotional ideas to get feedback on her blog. In the call for those links, she gave away a cool Have Fun, Do Good tote bag. We should consider doing that at Camp ASCCA, with our shirts and other various goodies.

And, as a writer for NetSquared – another great nonprofit site – the readers sent her the following links. Check them out, too.

Now, I would have, of course, added to that list with Camp ASCCA’s Journal.

I’m glad I found Britt’s blog. It is a good resource.

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