5 Non-Profit iPhone Apps You Should Know About Author: Ross McCulloch Published on: July 12, 2010 Published in: Uncategorized via mashable.com A great post from Frank Barry on Mashable. The apps he mentions are all from US orgs. Anyone got a UK or international mobile app they’d like to share? Ross McCulloch administrator Founder of #BeGoodBeSocial & Third Sector Forums │ Director at Third Sector Lab │ Foundation Scotland Impact & Innovation Committee Member | Comic Relief Community Cash Glasgow Chair You may also like Get our free Nonprofit Website Planning eBook Uncategorized Introduction to Social Media – Edinburgh – 23rd May 2013 Uncategorized Marc Bowker I know of a couple of apps I’ve seen recently. Firstly a UK app which you may have heard of as it was in the news is iHobo – http://www.ihobo.org/ I was also looking recently at this app which is US based and interestingly links into their website as much as it is a stand alone app – http://www.epilepsy.com/seizurediary (as I’m working with our Scottish Epilepsy Centre to develop something.) Ross McCulloch iHobo is a brilliant example Marc. I’m still undecided on the name but it really hammers home the point.That epilepsy diary is brilliant, so simple yet so effective.It could be applied to so many fields. I didn’t know Quarriers provided epilepsy advice/support?