Blogging For A Cause winners: Global Voices Advocacy, Goods For Good, iSurvive, Wokai, Yoga Bear

It’s truly empowering to see all the bloggers that stepped behind their causes and spread the word to their readers and followers on various social networks. After reading through over 400 blog posts for more than 60 charities and non-profits, we can say that the campaign Blogging For A Cause, was a great success as you managed to demonstrate the power of bloggers and their voices.
The five charities and non-profits that will split the $6000 prize are:

Even though the official Blogging For A Cause campaign has ended, don’t stop talking about your causes. We’ve seen many touching blog posts and comments to them from readers that learned about it and are now supporting that cause!

Make sure to also visit other charities and non-profits that were blogged about in the course of the last month:

African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), AIDSfreeAFRICA, Air Serv International, Amputee Surfers, ASPCA: The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Association for Children at Risk, Athletes for a Cure Blog, Autism Society of America, British Heart Foundation, Bubel Aiken Foundation, Bullying UK, Cardbury action (Co-op America), Caring for China Center, Center for Biological Diversity, Change, Chemists Without Borders, Darling Trust, Destiny – New opportunities for survivors, Direct Relief International, Dogs Trust, Donors Choose, Edirisa Smiles, Electronic Frontier Foundation – EFF, Epic Change, FreeRice, Girls Write Now, Give a Life Foundation, Help SALVEASERRA Restore the Atlantic Forest, IFAW – The International Fund for Animal Welfare, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, Invisible children, Journey for the Blind, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Kiva, Macmillan Cancer support, Malaria No More, Marine Conservation Society UK, MAZON, Monteverde Conservation League US, My Stuff Bags Foundation, National Alliance on Mental Illness, National Arbor Day, NSPCC: National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, OVAC Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition, Pardada Pardadi Educational Society, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. , Project Interfaith, Red Noses Clowndoctors International, Ten million clicks for peace, The Colon Club, The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada, The CrossRoads Foundation, The Dhatri Foundation, The Jocky Foundation , The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), The Transafrika Cultural Institutes, The UN World Food Programme, To Write Love on Her Arms, Unicef, Upbeat, Womens Future Benefit International Project

Blogging for a cause is a joint campaign between Zemanta and Social Innovation Greenhouse @ Weber Shandwick.

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