Category Archive: Community

Connecting Up, Down Under!


Calling all NGOs and nonprofits! Are you going to ConnectingUp? Our team is heading to Gold Coast, Queensland in Australia next week take part in the conference, and we would love to see you see there!

Learn about the …


.org Spotlight on League of Young Voters: Real-World Community Building, Online & Off

Apr 10th, 2014 in Community, Nonprofit, Not-for-profit, Social

By Sam Patton, Chief of Staff, League of Young Voters

As Chief of Staff, Sam oversees all national staff to execute the League’s online programming and interfaces with state-based field staff. He has appeared on Huffington Post Live, Bay Area


Public Interest Registry + Nonprofit Tech for Good


We are extremely excited to announce that our team, Public Interest Registry, will be partnering with Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good this year in the effort to maximize messaging about the launch of .ngo and .ong domains for …


Your Story Could Earn You $5,000!

Mar 10th, 2014 in Community, ORG, Promotions

For over a decade, people all over the world – people like you – have carried out their missions and created positive impact on .org – where action begins! We’ve truly been humbled by the passion and commitment that has …


Q&A Spotlight with .ORG Website Makeover Contest Winner, National Network to End Domestic Violence

Feb 27th, 2014 in Community, Design, Internet, Not-for-profit, ORG

We sat down with Kim Gandy, President and CEO of the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), to discuss the organization’s work, their motivation to enter the .ORG Makeover Contest and the organization’s future goals. With NNEDV’s recent …


Happy 28th Birthday to .ORG!

Jul 10th, 2013 in Community, ORG

On July 10, 1985, Mitre Corp. launched the very first .ORG domain website. We are thrilled to have been given the opportunity to serve the public interest for the past 28 years, and we look forward to what the future …


ORGs for Boston

Apr 19th, 2013 in Community, News

The energy in the air is nervous today. Eyes are low, constantly shifting from Twitter and Facebook mobile apps to the Arrival/Departure signs overhead. Security dogs are pacing up and down the halls as armed policemen herd us all like …