Today, Change.org launches 7 new community areas.  The new blogs which include:

This brings the total number of cause areas featured in Change.org up to 19!  I’m really excited about the new additions but am most excited about Change.org’s realignment process which started last summer and is continuing to take shape.

Change.org integrated all nonprofit pages and actions into affiliated cause areas so that investigating an area of interest to you is much easier, and taking actions to support the cause (whether that’s supporting an organization working in the field, pledging to make a change or take action, or donating money or time) are available to you when you visit your cause area to read news, and so on.  I think it helps empower individuals to get more involved in a meaningful way (instead of leaving the site because there are too many other things going on, they can zoom in on the one area they are interested in).

How do you use Change.org?  What do you think of the platform, the cause areas, or the actions?  How would you change it or which cause areas would you add next?

Change.org Rings in New Year with More Ways to Make Change
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