Re: [netsquared-2] Fwd: 5 Empowers Grants - DemocracyInAction

From: Paula B.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 4:16 PM
I want to second this -- my organization, Workplace Fairness, previously won one of these grants, and has now been a Democracy in Action customer for over a year now. We've been very happy with their services, and having three months free really made a difference for us. If you're looking to add organizing capabilities to your site, DIA is a very good product, and here is a chance to try it out.

Paula Brantner

On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 3:47 PM, Matt Stempeck <[address removed]> wrote:
Good opportunity for any small nonprofits out there:

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From: Jeanette Russell <[address removed]>
Date: Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 9:55 AM
Subject: 5 Empowers Grants - DemocracyInAction


Hi all,

As many of you know, DemocracyInAction loves non-profits. To show our committment to the progressive non-profit sector (and prove our love), we are giving away 5 FREE accounts to qualifying 501c3 organizations. The free accounts are for groups who 1) aren't using Salsa already, 2) have an impressive organizing ability and 3) who can't afford it otherwise. If you know of an organization who fits the bill, please send them our application - http://salsalabs.com/o/8001/p/salsa/website/public2/?reference=DIA%20Empowers%20Grants

Thanks,
Jnet
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Jeanette Russell, Director of Outreach
DemocracyInAction 
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