The Expo Hall will feature a pavilion showcasing the following non-profit companies and organizations.
5 for Fairness
5 for Fairness is an online community dedicated to fostering fairness for girls worldwide through collective grantmaking. Members contribute $5 to our Grant Account and create Teams for organizations they believe in. When we have $5000, we vote on which Team deserves our grant. Then we start again.
ACLU of NoCal
What's the ACLU doing at Web 2.0? Come learn more about the Demand your dotRights campaign and pick up a copy of Privacy and Free Speech: It's Good for Business, a primer for companies about how to avoid costly privacy and free speech mistakes that bury the bottom line.
Code for America
Code for America was founded to help the brightest minds of the Web 2.0 generation transform city governments. What if, instead of cutting services or raising taxes, cities could leverage the power of the web to become more efficient, transparent, and participatory? Come find out how you can help.
Eureka Fund empowers people to participate directly in our energy future. Through online innovation campaigns, we connect people who are passionate about energy and the environment with scientists who have transformative solutions that need support.
Games for Democracy
Not-for-profit Games for Democracy aims to reinvigorate democratic discourse through the use of serious games. We use Web 2.0 technologies to facilitate online Innovation Games® that build consensus and enable the receiving and prioritization of input from stakeholders, through collaborative activities that produce the engagement and joy of play
Give to Asia
Give2Asia, a US 501(c)3 public charity, promotes and inspires philanthropy by delivering services that meet the needs of donors and the Asian communities they care about. Founded in 2001 by The Asia Foundation, we serve 8,500 donors in the United States resulting in over $130 million in charitable giving for Asia.
Internet Systems Consortium
Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation best known for the open source software BIND and ISC DHCP. ISC operates the F-root nameserver, DLV registry and provides secondary DNS services. ISC also offers professional services related to our open source products such as support, training and consulting.
Philanthropedia is a new social venture that helps donors give with confidence because they know their contributions are having a real impact. On our webpage www.myphilanthropedia.org, we highlight nonprofit Expert Funds, which feature outstanding nonprofits recommended by hundreds of foundation program officers, researchers, policy makers, and nonprofit executives
The mission of the SETI Institute is to explore, understand and explain the origin, nature and prevalence of life in the universe. We believe we are conducting the most profound search in human history - to know our beginnings and our place among the stars.