Learn tips and hints to use a variety of electronic and technical equipment to enhance work with volunteers.
"TONIC" GOOD NEWS AND GOOD DEEDS
Consider getting an article about your organization and its volunteers on an international Web site devoted to doing good. Tonic is a Web site that emphasizes good. There is a special section on volunteerism.
Tonic is a media company focused on the good that happens each day in neighborhoods all around the world. The world is defined by a philosophy that people want to matter and make a difference instead of being defined by age, race, income, gender or geography.
Tonic supports itself by selling products with a social benefit, either through how it’s made or some portion of the sale price being donated to charity. Tonic is committed to transparency publishing how much is donated to various causes and posting the cashed checks as proof.
Tonic gladly accepts content submissions about all things good. The editors review articles and work with contributors to evaluate submissions for publication. Tonic also welcomes photos and videos.
YOUTUBE AND THE PROMOTIONAL ONLINE VIDEO
YouTube and the Non Profit Program
Social media is a growing force in the engagement of volunteers. YouTube has a program that offers nonprofits help in promoting its programs. There is a YouTube site specifically for American 501c3 registered charities at http://youtube.com/nonprofits
This special section is dedicated to nonprofits, which includes enhanced tools, customizable branding capabilities, and a fundraising option via Google Checkout.
One feature of the site is to help nonprofits create compelling videos to help build an image or to raise dollars and awareness for causes large and small.
For information on the video program assistance visit: http://www.whatgives.com/tag/video-volunteer-program/
For general assistance http://youtube.com/nonprofits
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