SearchLite Widget from VolunteerMatch
Posted by Allison Fine on August 26, 2009
I received an email from Robert Rosenthal of VolunteerMatch the other day providing na update on their SearchLight widget.
Anyone with a site or a blog can embed the widget on their site. There’s a great example from the FIXNOLA site. Anyone using the widget can just plug in where they are and what they’re interested in and a list of volunteer opportunities pops up. Cool.
Now, I’m wondering where the intersection of the portable portal for mainly on the ground volunteering is with the microvolunteering opportunities being created by a group like Extraordinaries. And where do people go from here, do they become more connected to an issue or a cause, a particular group — or the intermediaries providing the opportunities. All good, interesting, stuff, thanks, Robert!
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