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January 16, 2007 at 3:18 pm Leave a comment

The 59 Smartest Orgs Online



GetActive, NetSquared and Squidoo partner up to bring you this list of the 59 smartest nonprofit organizations online today.

These charities were chosen for their excellence in online storytelling and collaboration with their donors. We didn’t play favorites to one cause over another, nor did we look at their fundraising goals or number of members. Instead, these organizations are winners because of their web 2.0 smarts and a willingness to engage their constituents far beyond asking them to dig into their pockets.These are organizations that give their volunteers and members a voice and get out of the way. They’re pros at mobilizing awareness online. They’re experimentors. Innovators. On a mission. They’re fearless.

NetSquared, GetActive and Squidoo all share a similar mission: making it free, easy, and fun for people to support and talk about good causes online.


The best of 2006!

Check out their sites and stories and communities. Then vote for your favorites on the list.

(If you want to put this list on your own blog or site, just click the “Grab this List” button and go.)


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Room to Read

What’s smart: What’s not?! These guys get most things Org 2.0. Check them out.11 points


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Amnesty International

What’s smart: Online advocacy powerhouse, empowers blogging community, runs numerous campaigns that solicit letters, video, petition signings10 points


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Oxfam America

What’s smart: a daring Starbucks campaign, MySpace Rock for Darfur, winner of the Squidoo 50,000 lens contest.10 points


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What’s smart: Personalized sponsorships–you choose which entrepreneur to support. Leveraging traditional TV to support online efforts. Flickr, Squido…9 points


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Grameen Foundation – Fighting poverty with microfinance

What’s smart: Microfinance, fearless innovation and use of new media like YouTube, Squidoo. Congrats on the Nobel Prize!7 points


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