Launched in January 2012 Mom Bloggers for Social Good is a global coalition of 1000+ mom bloggers who currently span seventeen countries and who care about spreading the good news about the amazing work non-profit organizations and NGOs are doing around the world. When our partners need to reach the masses about new initiatives, advocacy campaigns, or fundraising efforts we work voluntarily and collectively to spread the word through social media and blogging.
We launched with 400 founding members who committed their social media and blogging platforms to share the messages of our partners.
If you’d like to learn more about what we do, see our infographic on how Mom Bloggers for Social Good works.
If you would like to become a partner, please email us as we are always looking partners to help through blogging and social media.
If you would like to become a member, visit our Join Us page where you can sign up and become a pivotal part of Mom Bloggers for Social Good.
About Our Founder: Jennifer James
Recently named a Fast Company Most Generous Social Media Maven, Jennifer James is a pioneer in the mom blogging movement and founder of Mom Bloggers for Social Good. Through her work with Mom Bloggers for Social Good she has forged partnerships with some of the largest nonprofit organizations and NGOs in the world. In December 2012 the United Nations Foundation listed Mom Bloggers for Social Good as one of 13 social good blogs to read in 2013. Jennifer is also the founder of the Mom Bloggers Club Network, a network of over 18,000 mom bloggers from around the world.
Jennifer currently writes for the Gates Foundation, the Huffington Post, and Babble Cares about global development news and information. She has been excerpted on the White House blog and has had bylines at USAID, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Healthy Newborn Network, Frontline Health Workers, and (RED). She has traveled to Ethiopia with Save the Children to document frontline health workers and to Kenya as a member of the ONE Moms Advisory Council to document lifesaving work the US government funds abroad. In the fall of 2013 she will travel to India for two weeks to cover the global water crisis with Water for People.
In 2012 Jennifer was invited by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to cover TEDxChange in Berlin and the Family Planning Summit in London. James is a recent recipient of the National Press Foundation Global Vaccines Press Fellowship and was named a Top 25 Blogger Changing the World by Babble.
2013 Upcoming Conferences & Events
March: NYU: Heyman Center Philanthropy 3.0 Speakers Series | New York
June: Britmums Live | London
2012 Upcoming Conferences & Events:
May 30: World Food Programme: WFP Hosts Hangout from the Sahel (Panelist)
June 14: USAID: Child Survival Call to Action Event (Attendee)
June 19: UN Foundation/ Mashable: Rio + Social (Participant)
October 12: Converge South: How to Break Out of the Ordinary: Unique Ways Non-Profits Can Engage With Digital Advocates
Contact Jennifer James at email@example.com.