WOC Hollyhock

Sponsorships for Climate Change!

Nitobi Software co-founders Andre Charland and Dave Johnson have both experienced and been inspired by Web of Change in the past. This year they wanted to give back to the Web of Change community, so they've donated funds to provide five additional scholarships for those of you working with Climate Change organizations and initiatives.

WOC’ers love us so much!!

An inspiring email arrived last week from Ted Fickes, a past Web of Change alumnus, who had seen our announcement about the 10 tuition scholarships that we are giving away.   His email was spurred by the tuition scholarship announcement, but not as you would think.  Rather than submitting an application, he wanted to add to the pool of funds and help others attend!  Why?  Inspiration moved to action, and I quote:  “[I] had tons of crazy and great conversations, started friendsh

WOC Agenda is posted!

Finally - I‘ve posted this years Agenda!  Check it out!  It's a work in progress and more sessions will be added and fleshed out over the coming weeks.  Already, we have a collection of great sessions: from successful viral engagement that sparks change, to charitable giving, helping orgs get tech savvy and transformative design strategies.  

Web of Change – 10 FREE SEATS!!!

That’s right, we have 10 FREE FULL TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS to give away!!!

Web of Change is just 6 short weeks away and we want you to join us!

We are working hard here in the WOC headquarters, as we prepare for the 8th annual Web of Change gathering.  We’re seeing amazing momentum build for this event and we want it to be as epic as ever!

We Are Ready for You!

Web of Change helps the people who help the world. As the primary gathering for values-driven digital strategists, online campaigners, technology providers, and social entrepreneurs, the connections and insights at WOC 2009 aren’t to be found anywhere else. Momentum is building for this years gathering, coming up Sept 23-27, will you be there?

WOC Sponsors Get It

Web of Change is an expensive event to produce. Well, it is and it isn't: compared to big city conferences, our budget is very small (esp for the impact we have!). What keeps our costs low is the  peer produced nature of the event: we receive an incredible amount of what I call "distributed generosity" and contributions from our passionate community that help the event happen each year.

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Platinum Sponsors

Change.com Salesforce Foundation Hollyhock

Gold Sponsors

Salsa Labs

Silver Sponsors

Care2 Wire Media Blue State Digital Agentic Firefly Partners Beaconfire

Bronze Sponsors

Advomatic Crowdtangle JacksonRiver Engaging Networks Sea Change Strategies ActionSprout Fission Strategy Organizer

supporting sponsors

Gott Advertising Center for Community Change