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Welcome to Social Actions

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Welcome to the Social Actions

 

Our wiki is organized into the following sections:

 

About Us

 

Clarifying the vision, mission, and method that guides Social Actions

People, press releases, photos, media attention

Chronicling the projects, communities, and conversations that have defined Social Actions

Old content, no longer pertinent but worth holding on to

 

Civic Engagement

 

 

  • Action Apps

Celebrating the work of third-party developers who create applications that help people take action

Connecting people and organizations to niche "communities of action" 

Social Actions' 1,500+ member online social network that includes founders and key staff of numerous social change organizations

 

Network Weaving

 

  • Community

Directing people to online platforms that help people take action (Wiki pages coming soon)

Resources we find of value in understanding microphilanthropy, peer-to-peer engagement, and social entrepreneurialism

Collection of current and recent proposals, applications, and event planning 

 

Open Source Development

 

A robust taxonomy (dataset) describing ways to take action on the issues people care about

An open dataset of information about ways to take action aggregated from 60+ online philanthropic platforms

An open dataset of information about social entrepreneurs who have won fellowships and awards from social enterprise funders 

 

Management

 

How, where, and what Social Actions communicates 

Processes and organizational design

  • Finances

Financial history and record-keeping

  • Funding

How Social Actions supports itself

 

Sandbox

 

A place to try new things

 

Please send questions or comments to info@socialactions.com.

 

 

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