Crowdsourcing Change is a highly participatory event where attendees (the crowd) provide constructive feedback and advice to help three “social changers” who are using — or trying to use — the social web to advance their cause or project. This month, we’re featuring three organizations: AIDS Policy Project, Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, and the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia.
Our event was featured in this week’s Philadelphia Citypaper, who wrote that Crowdsourcing Change “is a learning ground for local activists and non-profit groups to utilize social technology to their advantage.”
Our event is free and open to all — nonprofit staffers, tech gurus, social change activists and those interested in the intersections between all three. Learn more about the event.