via Google LatLong by elaine on 2/26/08Posted by Tanya Keen, Google Earth Outreach
Recently we announced collaborative mapmaking in Google Maps. What does this mean for those of you working at nonprofits? Simply put, it's easier to make maps with your coworkers, partners, donors, and beneficiaries.
Here are just a couple of ideas:
- Get your program leads to post photos and videos of what they're doing in the field. Recent photos and videos go a long way toward demonstrating your impact on the communities you serve, which matters to donors and potential partners.
- Have your donors, partners, and volunteers add themselves to a collective map of all of your supporters. You're all working toward the same goal, and it's encouraging to see who else is on your team.
tutorial on the Google Earth Outreach site, which shows you step-by-step how to collaborate on your maps. Whether you're changing your local landscape or tackling global issues, collaborative mapmaking helps many grassroots efforts reach global proportions.
Burma Chapters US
So people can connect with those in there area engaged in the cause of freedom for Burma
New York Burma Roundtable
The New School: Khin Phyu Htway: firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbia: Geoff Aung:gra2001@columb
San Francisco Chapter
Nyunt Than: email@example.com
Brandon Erickson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Donald Fausel; email@example.com
Sophia Lwin: firstname.lastname@example.org