New Listserv and Software: Organizers’ Collaborative
Posted by on May 2, 2002
In January of 2000 Organizers’ Collaborative (OC) established a low volume email list focused on the technology needs of social change groups and small nonprofits. This low-volume list, now called OCtech, has slowly grown to over 1,300 subscribers! We are about to announce some events and publish some new nonprofit resources.
So, if you are not already on OCtech, it might be a good time to subscribe (or pass this email on to friends who could use the info).
If you want to subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org, please send an email containing just the word “subscribe” in the body, to:
OCtech covers technology and Internet tips for small nonprofits, ideas on fostering communication and collaboration among social change activists, updates on the creation of open source, free software for nonprofit and activist users, and notice of relevant events.
The content is original, and a recent archive is available at: http://lists.democracygroups.org/pipermail/octech/
Thanks for your interest!
for Organizers’ Collaborative (OC)
P.O. Box 400897, Cambridge, MA 02140
P.S. We are also offering a FREE CD PREMIUM to everyone who becomes a paid member of OC by May 5, 2002. This is quite a deal; we are providing Organizers’ Database software, an office suite and the new Mozilla web browser (with source code). The power of free software! Visit: http://organizenow.net/join.html and donate $30 or more, you will receive a CD by 6/1. The CD is Windows compatible. If you are thinking of giving but you want mac or linux software, email us and we will soon be able to accommodate you! OC is a non-profit organization; all donations are tax-deductible!
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