DGC: Go back to when you were considering how to use social media. What did you decide on as an approach, and how did you come to that decision?
Did your grantees agree?
Is that common for foundations, have you found? If not, why not?
Is training part of your focus?
In addition to the links above, here are more of the Case Foundation's online resources related to social media:
- All of the Foundation's photos are hosted on Flickr.
- Timeline photos, online pledging and other resources for its current Be Fearless campaign.
- Resource pages on microphilanthropy platforms, online giving platforms, and mobile giving platforms.
- Blog posts on good giving, active citizenship, social media for nonprofits, and corporate responsibility. Each of those core topics also includes videos and related resources.
- "Social media 101" resources on strategy, blogging, Twitter, Facebook, video and photos, and emerging technologies, and a collection of social media publications on a wide range of topics.
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