Category Archive: Social Good

30 Celebs .ORG-anizing for Good

Jul 8th, 2015 in Community, ORG, Social Good

The life of a celebrity isn’t all glitz and glam, but it does give them a platform and the opportunity to give back to a number of various causes. Below is just a short list of today’s celebrities that are …


30 .ORG Movements


Over the past 30 years we’ve seen people from all over the globe organize together – to improve living conditions; to help women and children; to provide aid, recovery and relief; to preserve natural habitats – to inspire the world’s …


Engage, Learn & Build at InterAction 2015


Heading to InterAction Forum 2015? We’ll see you there! Join us for a thought-provoking panel on the topic on digital marketing strategy and maximizing the power of your nonprofit’s online communications.

Session title: Revitalizing Your Nonprofit’s Online Presence
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Public Interest Registry Waives Renewal Fees for.org Registrants in Nepal

May 20th, 2015 in Advocacy, Nonprofit, Social Good


As a response to the devastating earthquake in Nepal, we are extending the registration period one year for all .org domain web addresses slated to expire in 2015.

Users typically must renew their domain registration. However, limited funds and unstable …


Voila Foundation: Bringing technology to underserved regions of Africa


Founded in 2013 and based in Cameroon, Voila Foundation was created to help the people of Sub-Saharan Africa access and utilize emerging technologies that have become commonplace in the Western world. This organization aims to reach some of the most …


The Marathon of Hope


Written by Brian Cute, CEO of Public Interest Registry

Photo by: Boris Spremo

What drives a person to try to change the world for the better?

Why do “ordinary” people muster their energy and limited resources, turn them into passion …


Reaching for New Heights and Global Impact

Feb 5th, 2015 in Marketing, Promotions, Social Good

Working internationally not only offers a chance to expand branding efforts, but it’s also an opportunity to learn – about the customs, local businesses, and the people across international borders. Our team is grateful to have this opportunity to travel …



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