People to People Fundraising: Social Networking and Web 2.0 for Charities
The Next Generation of ePhilanthropy

Wednesday, August 13, 2008 P2P Vol 1 Issue 9: What Merger Means, Join Ted at Bootcamp, Email Options, P2P, Nonprofit 2.0 You Tube, New Cuil   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 9  
Hot Tips
Cool Sites
Social Networking
Web 2.0
Sponsor Message
Merger Paves Way for Next Generation ePhilanthropy
Successful Online Fundraising
Ted Hart Speaking at the Craigslist 2008 Nonprofit Bootcamp
Pros and cons of email options
The Spread of People to People Fundraising
Nonprofit 2.0 – Leveraging Technology and Social Capital
Youtube as advertising medium for charities
Former Googleers unveil Cuil, a new search engine
iBelong Networks
Merger Paves Way for Next Generation ePhilanthropy
Founders Sinton and Hart Issue Joint Statement

The Founding President and CEO of both NetworkforGood (Chris S. Sinton)  and the ePhilanthropy Foundation (Ted Hart) today issued a joint statement.


“The recently announced merger of NetworkforGood and the ePhilanthropy Foundation strengthens both organizations efforts to provide basic services needed by startup and “new to the web” charities. Further, this merger provides a notable turning point in the sector, paving the way for the next generation of ePhilanthropy by creating a powerful source for charities to learn how to best incorporate the internet into their fundraising efforts.”


With the basics covered, charities are better able to move to the next generation of ePhilanthropy by integrating social networking across their ePhilanthropy efforts. People to People Fundraising (, launched both online and in book form, builds on the NetworkforGood and ePhilanthropy Foundation basics to help charities harness the power of Social Networking.


Both NetworkforGood and the ePhilanthropy organizations were founded around the same time, and worked very closely for many years. Both organizations have helped tens of thousands of charities build their online capacity.

Chris S. Sinton and Ted Hart


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