Monday, July 6, 2009

Endorsed Social Action Collaboration Platforms

Social Action Collaboration

We endorse the following terms of collaboration:

  • Our platform adheres to the ePhilanthropy’s Code of Ethics, and to abstaining from fraudulent activity of any kind.
  • Our platform publishes its own privacy policy and respects the terms of Social Actions’s privacy policy.
  • Our platform is committed to data portability, openness, and collaboration.
  • Our platform is committed to expanding the amount and types of data we publish about our operation and the actionable opportunities we promote.

We understand that Social Actions may refuse or temporarily suspend an endorsement if the preceding statements have been seriously compromised by the platform.

Alonovo represented by George Polisner
Bring Light represented by Drew McManus
CanadaHelps represented by Zenia Wadhwani
CharityFocus represented by Nipun Mehta
ChristmasFuture represented by Jay Baydala

Community Goals represented by David James
Democracy in Action represented by April Pedersen
DoGooder.TV represented by Michael Hoffman represented by Oliver Hurst-Hiller
Dreambank represented by Julie Selby

GiveForward represented by Ethan Austin
GiveIndia represented by Pawan Mehra
GiveMeaning represented by Tom Williams
GlobalGiving represented by Donna Callejon
GreaterGood South Africa represented by Tamzin Ractliffe

Helpalot represented by Julius Huijnk
Idealist represented by Dave Amos
JustGive represented by Sarah Myers
MyCause represented by Tania Burstin
NABUUR represented by Siegfried Woldhek

Ned represented by Mark Grimes
Ourmedia represented by JD Lasica
PincGiving represented by Beverley Pomeroy
Prax represented by Mike Gifford
Razoo represented by Bryan Owen

Six Degrees represented by Stacie Mann
South African Social Investment Exchange represented by Tamzin Ractliffe
Spark represented by Chris Balme represented by David Cohn
Squarepeg represented by Isaac Holeman and John Wagner

TakingITGlobal represented by Michael Furdyk
The Point represented by Andrew Mason
United Prosperity represented by Bhalchander Vishwanath
uPlej represented by Nathan Osmond
VolunteerMatch represented by Robert Rosenthal

A comprehensive collection of all the widgets, plugins, extensions, web & mobile applications, mashups, and tools that draw on the Social Actions API:

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Coolaboration, teamwork, brainstorming, charting...ah ye these are simple but effective methods and steps in order to grow, become dynamic and effective in your valuable missions!!! Quality Tools are applicable to everything!!!!! Using Fishbone charts/diagrams doesn't have to be perfect/fancy but using them and brainstorming ASAP after a person is felt to be missing can help document the facts the situations as soon as possible, get various inputs and compare notes to make it a fully rounded information spectrum. Also our human minds are so bombarded with information these days from a variety of sources not to mention all the e-mails, voice messages etc so by writing down and keeping a ongoing log of information gathered , compare and update notes/impressions continously andbe sure its a dynamic type of log/document...have informal,
co mfortable exchange of ideas, brainstorming sessions on a regular together for the common good, for the answers for the truth.