Designing for Democracy

March 5, 2009
District 319, Vancouver, BC

Web of Change has returned! They're hosting a special event in Vancouver to kick off this year’s schedule.

Newbies to web technology and the non-profit world are invited to join our past WOC alumni at Designing for Democracy — a limited engagement event starring one of North America’s leaders in technology, arts and social activism, Favianna Rodriguez.

Venture Philanthropy Boldly Going Forward

Renewal investee Jason Mogus of Communicopia was the focus of a recent article on Charity Village.

Renewal2 Website - Alive & Kicking

Communicopia has done it again; producing a rock star website for Renewal2. A big thank you goes out to Graeme Worthy, Jordan Lewin, and the whole Communicopia team. To see what we are up to at Renewal2 check out our news and blog or read some of the inspiring stories of the social entrepreneurs we have supported. Please note that we are moving to the Tides Renewal Centre and our new address will be 200-163 W. Hastings St. Vancouver V6B 1H5

Web of Change 2009

September 23 – 27, 2009
Hollyhock, Cortes Island, BC

Since 2001, Web of Change has been convening events that bring together tech-savvy social change leaders from across North America to hone their skills, connect with other leaders, and refresh their passion for work, change, and innovation.

How Drupal Can Help You Save the World!

August 26, 2008
Workspace, Vancouver, BC
Get ready for an awesome introduction to Drupal for nonprofits and social change makers! We'll cover the power of Drupal to create a web presence and online community for your cause, a walk-through for beginners, and explore some exciting sites built on the Drupal platform.

Open Everything: A Web of Change Retreat

September 3 – 6, 2008
Hollyhock, Manson's Landing, Cortes Island, BC

Web of Change, a project of Communicopia, presents, in collaboration with Mark Surman, Michael Lewkowitz, David Eaves and Jason Mogus, a retreat on "open source thinking, doing and being." 


Canada’s leading online strategy and design company for social change

Jason’s Story

Jason Mogus was an enterprising 22-year-old of the .com boom—drawn to the hip, cultural, storytelling space that the World Wide Web promised to be. An activist at heart, Jason joined with friends under the business name “Communicopia” to create online strategies for groups with a social purpose. At Communicopia they were all activists, full of passion and indifferent to profitability. “We ran our business how we lived our politics, supporting those whose objectives advanced our world views. We still do,” explains Jason.

Communicopia — Making Money While Doing Good

I met Jason Mogus in the mid 90's as a very young web keener ready to change the world overnight. His company, Communicopia, was determined to provide web and interactive services to the best triple bottom line organizations in the world.

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