Roger Carr from the Everyday Giving Blog presented the Bloggers Who Create Community Award to Beth's Blog! Here's what he had to say:
Beth is a guru in the use of technology for nonprofits. She seems to be involved everywhere nonprofit technology is discussed online. Beth practices what she teaches (and let's others watch and participate as she does it). She also shares an astounding amount of useful information with the community for free. Beth Kanter has created a huge community of nonprofit and technology experts who are changing the world.
Thank you Roger! I feel like I should be giving you this award for all you work to support the Sharing Foundation's America's Giving Challenge and sharing the very valuable information on your blog! I'm delighted to accept this award on behalf the many NpTech gurus who share their thoughts and ideas on their blogs and in the comments.
I take it from reading Roger's blog that this award that you receive and then pay it forward to three others. So, here goes:
Michele is an amazing blogger and a master of reflection and learning. But, it doesn't stop there. Michele creates communities around her. If you read her blog, you'll notice the lively conversation that happens in the comments. Michele, thank you for everything you share so generously and for all that you've taught me.
Amy Sample Ward's Version of NpTech
Amy Sample Ward is writes about nonprofits, technology, and social media. She's based on Portland. She's well-known in her local community of nonprofits and the one on her blog! I appreciate her thoughtful writing and community spirit!
Beth works in the arts and nonprofits world. She's only been blogging for a couple of months, but already you can see the lively community and conversation happening on her blog. I appreciate her deep engagement in conversation, listening, and cross-disciplinary thinking.