On a post last week, I reported on Social Media In Action, where Beth Kanter’s passion for kids in Cambodia stood to benefit from participation in the online fundraising contest sponsored by America’s Giving Challenge. Beth’s passion is for The Sharing Foundation, which is benefiting from her networking on Twitter and her blog.
The contest is intented to encourage better and more use of online fundraising for nonprofits. The four fundraisers with the highest number of unique donors will receive $50,000 from the Case Foundation. The 50 projects that get the most total donations will each get $1,000.
As of this moment in time, The Sharing Foundation is at #2 in terms of unique donors, with 1,490–nope, make that 1,495 (just changed) unique donors.
- To donate or check out the action, click here (be patient, with last minute donations, the site is a bit slow).
The leaderboard is here, if you want to check it out.
The contest ends this afternoon at 3 p.m. (if you are reading this after that time, still check out the links…there is much to learn).
If you are reading this in time, please consider giving the $10 minimum donation to help ensure The Sharing Foundation receives the extra $50,000! It’s the number of donors that counts.
And if you are with a nonprofit, check out all these links above, including Beth’s Blog to see how you too can take advantage of web 2.0 media.
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