Great meetings in Chicago on Friday with some of our partners. I met with Lumity, Executive Service Corps, Greater Chicago Food Depository, and the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago. All in advance of our planned launch in the Chicago market.
We’re on the home page of SFGate.com - look in the sub-navigation and you’ll see ‘Search
for Nonprofits’ (see below - highlighted in yellow, circled in blue so you
don’t miss it).
And they’ve just started
turning on the links in other places. Go to Green (it’s in the sub-nav in Living) and you’ll see ‘Get Involved’ about 2/3’s of
the way down the page on the left rail - that’s us. And we’re in Pets (also a sub-nav in Living) - right in the center
about half way down you’ll also see ‘Get Involved’.
Just a thought…but…when,
other than during some sort of major national or international disaster, could
you find links to nonprofits from the home page of major newspapers?
Pretty sure the answer is ‘never’.
A bunch of calls on Monday - doing online demos with:
Volunteers of America
United Way of Tampa Bay
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte
San Antonio Community Foundation
And another half dozen calls on Tuesday. We're lucky that the good2gether story tells so fast - most calls are over in 1/2 or less. And they usually end with the nonprofit saying 'where do we sign up'.
And the answer to that question is right here. If you'd like to know more about good2gether - let Jane tell you the story.