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Empowered by DIA Grants

Happy Pi Day! DemocracyInAction handed out a few slices a la mode this week, announcing the winners of DemocracyInAction Empowers grants We had nearly 100 applications for our donation of the toolset; it was agonizing to pick just six. But what a six: They all get free Salsa. And we get to watch them use it.

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DIA Empowers Grant

It's a new year and we're happy to announce that we're opening yet another round of DIA Empowers Grants. Since the inception of the grant program, the response from our community has been phenomenal! Over the last year we've awarded 8 grants to very worthy groups from a wide range of issue areas within the progressive movement who are now successfully using the DIA platform, Salsa, to bolster their online efforts. Given this success, we're happy to again offer grants to 5 worthy organizations. If you've been thinking about trying Salsa, or are already a DIA member with a tight budget, you should apply! You'll receive one year of Salsa free-of-charge (a value of up to 10k).

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Salsa Is Here: Get It Free With a DIA Empowers Grant

There was a star danced, and under that was I born. -Beatrice, Much Ado About Nothing Well, it's here, as you may have heard a few times. (Relive the announcement here if you must, on the Salsa updates blog.) At some time today -- no one can say the hour or the place any more than the meaning -- Salsa became. It's the end of the day. The party is already beginning to crank. It's been a devil of a ride, not that it's over yet, as the views into tool development (see here, here, here and here, and check back tomorrow [update: here] besides) indicate, though plenty of the hours logged are the unbloggable drudgery of bug-spotting and -swatting.
To mark the occasion, we're giving it away. No foolin' -- get a year's service on us, with no lock-in, hidden fees or other nasty surprises with a DIA Empowers Grant. Even signups with our regular low-low, won't-be-undersold fees are taking it in the shorts: pocket $500 for beer money (or, if you're coming to the bash tonight, hangover remedy).

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