Let’s start 2014 right, with a giveaway of an exciting, infinitely readable, and immediately applicable book about using online tools to spark advocacy, raise money, and engage communities around your issues.
I’m giving away a copy of Social Change Anytime Everywhere, by Allyson Kapin and Amy Sample Ward.
Because I’m the one with the book to give away, and because I’m still clearing the cobwebs from my holiday break brain, this week’s posts will be a series of questions sparked, for me, from reading the book. I will randomly select a winner from among those who comment on any one of this week’s three related posts, and I’ll even pay to ship you the book.
Because this year is going to be epic, for advocacy, people.
Question: How do you integrate your online and offline engagement–advocacy, fundraising, volunteerism–around your cause(s)? How are these responsibilities shared, within your organization? What technologies and strategies do you find effective in both venues? What do you find is the most successful ‘entry point’ for your advocates? How do you help them to bridge the gap to other types of engagement?