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To quote my own post in response to Marnie's question - I can think of two nonprofit organizations advancing their missions with bloggish behavior:

From a grassroots/advocacy perspective, I would point to what Jason Lefkowitz is doing over at Oceana. By having Oceana staffers speak directly to the public, they are heightening awareness and extending their message in a way that no direct mail campaign ever could (or would, I should say).

From a policy standpoint, The Center for Global Development, is following these approaches with 2 weblogs: The Millennium Challenge Monitor Weblog and the The Vaccine Development Weblog. (full disclosure, CGD is a Forum One customer).



Great examples and thanks for weaving them into this post.

I asked Marnie this question as well - which I hope isn't too stupid - but is npoblogs the most comprehensive place to find a list of links to npo's blogs that is somewhat organized? Is there a delicious tag npoblogexample or something?

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