To start us off we asked:
Q1: What’s the coolest thing about your organization’s mission?
Based on the quality of responses below, it make us think all company vision statements should be twitterized (short, punchy, emotional, resonating)
@LOwaterkeeper That we get to protect AND celebrate Lake Ontario
@endstigma We also hope to reach those online who need help but are afraid to ask for it
@fairchancedc That we believe every child deserves a Fair Chance, regardless of the zip code they live in.
@movember We ask guys to grow moustaches to raise awareness for men’s health ..we think that’s pretty cool
@reducingcrime Change and solution focused for #safercommunities
@redcrosscanada Coolest thing about the Red Cross mission? 1000s of volunteers rally to help people in Canada and around the world
@AIDSLAW We’re the only org in Canada working exclusively on the promotion of human rights for ppl living w/ or vulnerable to HIV!
@UNICEFlive We want every child to have every opportunity, no exceptions!
@sickkids Every child deserves to be healthy. We are motivated daily by the inspirational stories from the Hospital
@canadahelps The coolest thing about CanadaHelps’ mission: inspiring philanthropy using technology
@kidshelpphone To improve the well-being of young people in Canada
@techsoupcanada we make expensive, scary technology not expensive & not scary for nonprofits
@WWFCanada We are building a future in which people live in harmony with nature – this is a mission that touches EVERYONE on the planet
@safekidscanada We not only change culture we are creating a new one!
@YSM_TO building a better Toronto, one person at a time
@smallchangefund Creating a culture of everyday philanthropy in Canada is pretty cool 🙂
Our next Twitter Wikicauses #wikichat is July 26th, 2011 3:00-4:30pm EST on Twitter – (hashtag #wikichat) Hub accounts (@wikibrands @artezonline @seanmoffitt @snotforprofit).
If you work in or for not for profits, causes, charities and CSR efforts, take our first annual WikiGood survey too – chance to win and get first crack at the research.
If you’d like to meet us in real-life, join us at the Artez Interaction Conference Sept 29th in Toronto for a one-day look at social and mobile fundraising strategies.
Also contribute to our WikiCauses white paper, your chance to direct the insights of our global study of engaged not-for-profits.
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