The Mashable Social Good Summit is on later this month in New York City bringing together social entrepreneurs and non-profit leaders from all over the world. To celebrate we’ve put together a list of some great #socialgood websites recommended to us by 8 Australian social entrepreneurs you should definitely be paying attention to.Tom Dawkins – founder of Vibewire and StartSomeGood recommends:
Dowser.org presents the world through a ‘solution frame,’ rather than a ‘problem frame.’ Focusing on the practical and human elements of social innovation by asking the question ‘who’s solving what and how?’
Stanford Social Innovation Review is written for and by social change leaders in the nonprofit, business, and government sectors who view collaboration as key to solving environmental, social, and economic justice issues.Zoe Condliffe – founder of Mayibuye Cambodia recommends:
Change.org the world’s largest petition platform, empowering people everywhere to create the change they want to see.Avis Mulhall – founder of LooLoo Paper and Michelle Williams founder of Ideaction both recommend:
Good.is a global community of pragmatic idealists working towards individual and collective progress.Jamie Green – founder of One Night Stand recommends:
Start Some Good which exists to empower social innovators by providing social entrepreneurs, changemakers and non-profits with the tools they need to rally their community and raise funds, to turn ideas into action and impact.Jonathan Brown founder of We Matter Media recommends
Upworthy like Buzzfeed but for things that matter.Lachy & Bridie founders of Dismantle and HalfGlassFull recommend
Enterprising non-profits a unique collaborative program that promotes and supports social enterprise development and growth as a means to build strong non-profit organizations and healthier communities.