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The Foundation Operations and Management Report—New Advice for Funders and Grantmakers

Connection Cafe

As funders, many of us spend quite a bit of time looking outward. We look at the world around us and find outlets that reflect our philanthropic passions. We look at communities to see needs and possibilities. We look at nonprofits and the people who lead them to find inspiration, motivation, and opportunities for directing our support.

Social Media Advice from Superheroes

See What's Out There

Some of the best advice I've ever gotten has come from masked avengers, caped crusaders, and friendly neighborhood supermutants. Turns out this advice applies pretty nicely to our work as digital do-gooders as well. After all, aren't we out saving our own corners of the world every day?

16 Professionals Share Nonprofit Technology Advice via Instagram Video

Nonprofit Tech for Good

15-second video interviews are the new elevator pitch. While a few individuals succeeded in just one take, most needed two or three takes.

Advice for Women Leaders

Connection Cafe

Author: Patricia Hume. However grim that may sound, another stat is encouraging: "Women are projected to account for 51.2

45 Nonprofit Experts Who Tweet Great Advice for Nonprofits

Wild Apricot Blog

If you’re looking for expert tips, here is a list of the top forty-five nonprofit experts on Twitter categorized by business area (events, volunteering, marketing, etc,). experts Twitter

Advice for nonprofits working with K-12 schools

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by. Jillian Terry , Freelance Writer. teachingdegree.org. Even hosting a one-time event at a public school can be a challenge. Get the word out.

Advice That Could Lead To A Better Nonprofit

TechImpact

The post Advice That Could Lead To A Better Nonprofit appeared first on Tech Impact Blog - Leaders in Non-Profit Technology. Get donor ready.

The 7 Steps to Choosing Nonprofit Accounting Software

Connection Cafe

Software Advice works with hundreds of nonprofit professionals searching for new accounting software every year. Determine “Must-Have” Features.

Speaking and Training Advice from Over 2000 Years Ago

Connection Cafe

As an Educational Consultant I get to interact with a lot of different nonprofits on a variety of topics. Not just for training. Back to the basics.

Fail proof relationship advice

Connection Cafe

Even though the gurus of social media can offer great advice, they also admit some major challenges. Author: Cheryl Black. It’s universal to relationships. We’ve heard it from our parents, friends and even…well, maybe most especially, from our true loves: listen. According to the “Pay Attention!” Just listen.

Social Media Advice in Fortune Cookies

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

They were clever, funny, and great social media advice! Flickr Photo by Beth Kanter. I also posted off hours. Here’s a few. Sally Reed.

Inspirational Advice for Nonprofits

Wild Apricot Blog

What piece of advice has resonated with you and transformed your work? Here are a few pieces of advice that might apply to nonprofits.

World’s Best Intern: Advice from Nonprofits to Interns

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I asked them: If you were on-boarding a new intern and you wanted them to be as successful as possible, what advice would you offer?

Ask an Expert: Online Engagement Tool Trends + Advice

EveryAction

The Guide is a thoughtful, in-depth read, and offers a lot of great advice to organizations looking at different tech options. CRM engagement

Advice for Aspiring Nonprofit Tech Leaders

NTEN

Karl Hedstrom. IT Director. As an aspiring nonprofit tech leader myself, I feel both somewhat unqualified to be coaching others on this subject, yet at the same time in a unique position to share valuable lessons from my own professional experience. Leadership Organizational Culture IT Staff

How To Create and Optimize a Facebook Content Strategy – Advice from Alison Zarrella

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The book offers lots of great advice on using many of Facebook features like Events. What was it like to co-write a book with your spouse?

Year-end Advice For Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

So, here goes.Lynn's year-end advice for leaders: • Do something that you are afraid to do. Thanks Lynn for this great end-of-the-year advice.

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Some Social Media Advice for Conan O’Brien: Be A Giver On #GivingTuesday

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last night, Razoo, the social fundraising platform that is hosting a giving competition as part of Giving Tuesday hosted an event for SF nonprofits.

The Nonprofit Weekly Roundup: Blogging Advice, Better Websites, and Email Marketing Stats

Connection Cafe

Mentioned this week in the Agitator , SOFII has become the treasury of the Jerry Huntsinger’s direct mail fundraising advice.

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Buddha’s Advice On Program Measurement

Idealware

Let me save you the hike. There are two steps to effectively measure your programs and improve them based on performance: 1. Begin. Continue.

Advice for Keeping Donors Coming Back

Wild Apricot Blog

Here's a look at the February Nonprofit Blog Carnival - hosted by Marc Pitman the Fundraising Coach - about keeping donors wanting to come back.

Safer Online for Nonprofits: Practical Advice to Keep You Safe

Tech Soup Blog

Got more advice than you can fit in a tweet? Most organizations store at least some sensitive personal information. Join the Conversation.

Great Year-End Advice For Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Saturday, December 18, 2010 Great Year-End Advice For Leaders Lynn Flinn of EWF International in Tulsa, OK wrote the following in a recent newsletter.

Year-end Advice For Leaders From Lynn Flinn

Eric Jacobsen Blog

So, here goes.Lynn's year-end advice for leaders: • Do something that you are afraid to do. Thanks Lynn for this great end-of-the-year advice.

Top 5 Laudable Links: Best Advice, Membership Spring Cleaning and More

Wild Apricot Blog

Here are 5 of the latest non-profit and membership links we''ve bookmarked on Apricot Jam this week. membership Apricot Jam social media

Choosing Nonprofit CRM Software (Expert Advice)

Donor Search

Any nonprofit who’s been through buying new CRM software can attest to the fact that it can be a long and overwhelming process.

What is the Strategic Value of New Nonprofit Software?

The SocialPath

Over and over, the same tactical benefits are touted and these vendors all start to blend together. What does that Mean? Make You More Productive.

Donor Stewardship Expert Advice Featuring Bill!

Donor Search

NonProfitEasy has put together a list of stewardship advice featuring Bill Tedesco, CEO of DonorSearch, among 28 other nonprofit experts.

Fundraising Advice From Katya Andresen Over the Years : FundRaising Success

AFP Blog

Fundraising Advice From Katya Andresen Over the Years : FundRaising Success : we are sharing some of the tremendous fundraising tips Andresen has been gracious enough to pass on to our readers through our various publications. Enjoy, and best wishes to Katya on her new endeavor at ePals

3 Key Pieces of SMS Advice from a Millennial

Mobile Commons

The post 3 Key Pieces of SMS Advice from a Millennial appeared first on Mobile Commons. That way, you make the entire process simple.

Landing Large Donors: Research, Relationship and Response

NonProfit Hub

Featured Fundraising Fundraising Tips Software Advice IRS 990s allow you to identify who has given how much to what organization. Why is this?

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How Nonprofits Can Get More Donations

The SocialPath

Electronic Documentation for Nonprofits Non-Profit Business Advice Non-Profit Software social service nonprofit fundraising ideas how to get more donations nonprofit donations nonprofit fundraising social service donationMany of our nonprofit clients have their own websites. Help where you need it most… in your wallet.

Receive Expert HR Advice by Phone or Email with New HR Solutions Partners Discount Program!

Tech Soup Blog

Even so, working outside their skill set and interests in such a complex field as HR can become time-consuming and frustrating.

Walking the Tight Rope: Finding Work-Life Balance in the Nonprofit Sector

ASU Lodestar Center

work-life Laci Lester balance adviceposted by. Laci Lester. Public Allies Arizona. Program Manager, ASU Lodestar Center. Kids are great at this!

How To Be A Better Leader In 2015

Eric Jacobsen Blog

So, here goes.Lynn''s advice for leaders: • Do something that you are afraid to do. Thanks Lynn for this great advice.

Advice for Consultants - Part 1

Robert Weiner

This post was inspired by my colleague Kris Putnam’s advice for new consultants ( So, You Want To Be A Philanthropy Consultant? This advice was provided by John Elbare in response to a question about what to expect as a new consultant. John’s advice was right on target. and Starting A Consulting Business?

The Most Exciting Thing to Happen to npENGAGE Since 2011

Connection Cafe

Nonprofit News fundraising advice nonprofit blogging redesign Welcome to the new (and improved) npENGAGE! Great. Bonus*: Webinars (for free!).

Advice for Consultants - Part 2

Robert Weiner

Last week I posted John Elbare’s advice for new nonprofit consultants. Today I’m posting Karen Nyhus ‘ advice, originally posted on NTEN’s nptechconsult forum (for members only) in response to a request for “resources and tips for our nonprofit technology community to help them start things off right in 2007.&#

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Advice for Consultants - Part 3

Robert Weiner

This is the third in a series of posts aimed at new consultants in the nonprofit sector. The previous posts are at Part 1 and Part 2. Make sure you have enough savings, loans, or other income to tide you over while you build your business. Figure out where you will work and what equipment you will need. Do you need a rented office or home office?

Prospecting - Philanthropy.com-Former Google Executive Seeks Philanthropy Advice

AFP Blog

Prospecting - Philanthropy.com: "June 30, 2009Former Google Executive Seeks Philanthropy AdviceA former Google executive is asking for advice on where to make a donation.".