Tuesday, December 16, 2008
The Chronicle of Philanthropy offers an opinion piece about how some nonprofits miss out on opportunities to add supporters to their cause when they forbid employees to use social media sites like Facebook in the office. The key example? The American Red Cross, which once forbade Facebook, but now uses it to raise money--and gets grants to do so. You can join an online chat on using online tools for activism at noon Eastern Time today.