Note: This article was originally published on Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry website.
If you're like me, then when you're into a nonprofit as dedicated as Share Our Strength, you just can't get enough content on it to satiate your thirst. But that's why we've made it as easy as possible for you to keep up to date with Share Our Strength in as many ways as you'd like.
The strength.org homepage is always the best place to go when you want to know what's up with Share Our Strength today. Not only do we have Hunger News stories, recent blog entries, and highlights up that let everyone know what's going on, we also have many other items that are updated on a regular basis for all to see. If you've only been checking out our homepage occasionally, then you may want to start stopping by a little more often. You never know what you might find there.
By far the easiest way to keep up with what's going on is by signing up for our monthly newsletter. Not only will you get monthly emails on Share Our Strength's efforts to end childhood hunger, but you can also opt in to receive reminders when Share Our Strength holds events in your area.
This blog is another great avenue for seeing new content. But rather than heading over tostrength.org/blog every time you want to see what's new, why not try subscribing to our No Kid Hungry Blog RSS feed? All you need is an RSS reader such as google.com/reader, and you can have our blog content delivered to you evey day!
While you're at it, subscribe to our Childhood Hunger News RSS feed. We post news items from across the web about childhood hunger quite often. If you want to know what's current in the field of childhood hunger, then you should definitely see our Childhood Hunger In The News section.
If you're up on social media, then you may also want to subscribe to our Twitter feed. Following the@ShareStrength account is a great way to have conversation directly with Jeff and myself on the Share Our Strength web team. You can also follow @Dine_Out for Great American Dine Out updates,@ofl_mass for Operation Frontline updates in the field from Boston, MA, and a number of our Taste of the Nation cities have twitter accounts as well; check out whichever is closest to you:
- @TONMpls in Minneapolis, MN
- @TOTNLA in Los Angeles, CA
- @TasteArizona in Scottsdale, AZ
- @OrlandoTaste in Orlando, FL
- @seattletaste in Seattle, WA
- @TOTNationDC in Washington, DC
- @TasteNationChi in Chicago, IL
- @TONHotlist in Minneapolis, MN
- @portlandtaste in Portland, OR
Becoming our fan on Facebook is also a great way to keep updated. Many items are just too small to warrant a new blog post, but a quick Facebook update will let everyone know what's going on regardless. And don't forget to join the Share Our Strength cause on facebook, nor our two program pages: Taste of the Nation and Operation Frontline.
If you really want a view behind the scenes, then I highly suggest friending us on Flickr and YouTube. Sometimes we post new videos and photos that don't always get the spotlight they deserve, and by friending us there, you can see all the rich content that may not make it onto strength.org.
Of course, Share Our Strength maintains a presence in many other places as well, so if I haven't mentioned your favorite, don't worry: we aren't going away anytime soon. But if any of you have ideas on how Share Our Strength can keep you updated with even more content, please don't hesitate to share by leaving a comment below — we'd love to know what you think!
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