Tag Archives: Nonprofit Social Media Strategy

Cultivating Virtual Community Leadership: CASA of Travis County

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month so let’s take a look at CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Travis County.  This organization provides a voice for the best interests of abused and neglected children in court, at school, and in … Continue reading

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Using Technology for Social Change: Texas Civil Rights Project

What began as a program in Austin with only two unpaid staffers has turned into a force for change that houses five legal offices across Texas.  The Texas Civil Rights Project (TCRP) has been a relentless advocate for racial, social, … Continue reading

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Managing Time for Social Media: Mobile Loaves & Fishes

This week, we are looking at a nonprofit that serves our homeless community, Mobile Loaves & Fishes (MLF). This organization is a faith-based social outreach ministry committed to providing sustainable solutions for the homeless. Their mission is to provide food … Continue reading

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Driven by Results: I Live Here, I Give Here

This week, let’s take a look at a nonprofit that is all about connecting Austinites with causes they care most about – I Live Here, I Give Here.  This organization partners with local charities and nonprofits to make them more … Continue reading

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A Crowdfunding Success Story: Amplify Austin

This week, I want to do something a little different. Instead on focusing on a specific nonprofit, I want to talk about an event that took over Austin this past week: Amplify Austin.  This was a campaign organized by I … Continue reading

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Supporting Local Food with Social Media

Let’s take a look at HOPE (Helping Other People Everywhere) Campaign, specifically at their project in Austin, the HOPE Farmers Market.  The HOPE campaign is an eco-conscious non-profit that helps artists and musicians support education projects around the world.  The … Continue reading

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A Rally for Texas Public Education: Through the Social Media Lens

This week, let’s look at Save Texas Schools, one of many programs organized by Austin Voices for Education and Youth (AVEY). Full disclosure:  my husband serves as a board member for this nonprofit.  AVEY’s initiatives focus on public schools and expanding opportunities for … Continue reading

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Using Social Media to Save Austin’s Pet Community

As an animal lover, this week’s post is dedicated to two of my favorite local nonprofits – Austin Pets Alive and Austin Humane Society.  Both organizations aim to make Austin a no-kill city and over the past few years have … Continue reading

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