Strengthen The Good

Using the power of weblogs for open-source charity. Don’t just fight evil: Strengthen the good.

Welcome, And An Update

Welcome to those of you coming from the New York Times. Feel free to poke around the site and the archives, and if you’re so inclined, to visit some of the micro-charities we’ve profiled. (And if you’re taken with Susan Tom in particular, you can contribute to the Tom Family Education Trust here.) Further, if you’re a blogger (or just someone who would like to receive an email profiling a micro-charity from time to time) and would like to join the network you may do so here.

And finally, an update. I’ve held off on profiling another micro-charity for a while so that I could make arrangements for this announcement: I’ve established Strengthen The Good as a 503/c non-profit organization. The paperwork just came through, so those who do donate through this site will be able to do so and claim the appropriate tax deduction.

Now that that’s done, I have two micro-charities that I’ll profile in the next several weeks or so … and both are thing I think will make lots of people feel good.

Until then: don’t just fight evil–strengthen the good.

Comments

  1. November 15th, 2004 | 5:59 pm

    Strengthen the Good

    News from Strengthen the Good:

  2. November 16th, 2004 | 10:59 am

    Not Your Usual Suspects

    Normally I don’t blog in my pajamas, but today I’m off work. The reason? Well, I’m involved in politics here in my little part of the world and a big part of being successful in government is being able to…

  3. November 16th, 2004 | 7:06 pm

    Library Notes - 11/16/04

    Eric Engberg, a former correspondent for CBS News came out of retirement last week just for a day in order to compare the blogosphere to a “school paper or a ‘Breaker, breaker 19′ gabfest on CB [radio].” He cites election night coverage by the blog…

  4. November 19th, 2004 | 2:34 pm

    What a wonderful and thoughtful site. I hope you might consider profiling the NPO I work for at some point in the near future…Until then I am a loyal follower and leader in helping strengthen the good

  5. November 21st, 2004 | 4:15 pm

    Strengthen The Good Update

    Strengthen The Good has not had a charity profiled in awhile, but for a very good reason.  Alan has been working hard to establish STB as a 503/c non-profit charity.   And Alan is even more famous since being profiled by the New York Times!  They

  6. November 24th, 2004 | 1:57 pm
  7. October 27th, 2005 | 11:07 pm

    Just discovered your blog and wanted to say a big - KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

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