This is a good use of MySpace and its incredible 90+ million registered members: Nonprofits and Humanitarians Turning to MySpace.
(...) “It’s been phenomenal,” said Borgen. “We’re able to get the issues in front of people who normally wouldn’t be interested in poverty and U.S. Foreign Policy. Everyday we receive messages from people who are eager to help out and find out more about the Millennium Goals. It’s a great way for us get in touch with our supporters.”
In just over two months of logging on to MySpace, the Borgen Project has added over a thousand members nationwide as friends who support the work of the Borgen Project. The web community creates a friendly and informal environment where supporters feel comfortable to address their questions, and non-profits, like the Borgen Project, are ready to answer. (...)
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