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How the Alabama Eye Bank Runs Its Entire Organization on FileMaker

Tech Soup Blog

The Alabama Eye Bank is a nonprofit that helps those with corneal blindness to see again. The Alabama Eye Bank. at the Alabama Eye Bank.

Mobile isn’t just a city in Alabama

Connection Cafe

Technology has untethered the world. And with it has introduced a number of challenges and opportunities. Cloud Computing IT Infrastructure Mobile Computing #nptech Mobile

Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice Uses Texts to Fights for Rights

Mobile Commons

The Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice is embroiled in a battle against Alabama’s HB 56 law – which a recent article from Worker’s World called “the harshest of the various state anti-immigrant laws.” The ACIJ has been at the forefront of the fight, organizing a wide variety of events and actions.

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5 Reasons Why VOIP Is The Future Of Nonprofit Communication

TechImpact

Image courtesy of Alabama A&M University. Let’s get right down to it. Free long-distance calling. Unlimited international calling.

#bbcon Just Took Over Austin, TX| Day 1 Recap

Connection Cafe

It started off with a bang, literally. Here are a some of lessons from day 1, thanks to some of #bbcon ‘s biggest fans: Embrace the Change.

Perfect Your Authentic Online Leadership Profile on Social

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Turner II is the CEO of the United Way in SW Alabama. Socrates once said, “To find yourself, think for yourself.” Alan H.

The Case for Building a Fiercely Loyal Community

SocialFish

This is a guest post by Sarah Robinson, President and CEO of Sarah Robinson Co. You can learn more about Sarah and Fierce Loyalty at [link].

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Renew The Heart & Soul of your Non-Profit for a Chance To Win $10,000

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A professionally written and recorded song by the Grammy Award-winning group, The Original Blind Boys of Alabama. What is the CTK Foundation?

TAACCCT Grantee Focus Group / Reception

VisionLink

We really appreciate the input from community college leaders from Ohio, Alabama, and Illinois--and we look forward to implementing their suggestions. TAConnecT is a source of neutral information relevant to a major, nation-wide federal program designed to improve community college education. Dr. W.

Seven Ways to Create a Fiercely Loyal Nonprofit Community

John Haydon

——————– The strategies and approaches for community building are changing. Allow them to be individuals.

How a Fan of Nonprofits Teaches Tech and Fundraising

Tech Soup Blog

Louis; Huntsville, Alabama; and Orlando. In this case, that'd be Margaux Pagan doing great things in Orlando, Florida. The idea is.

Is Your State an Employment First State?

Vertex Systems

Alabama. . . What is the EFSLMP? Purpose of EFSLMP. EFSLMP Core State List. Here is a list of the states selected in 2016. . Arkansas. Maine.

Are you strangling your community?

SocialFish

This is a guest post by Sarah Robinson, who wrote this fantastic post for us a while back. —————-. I physically winced.

Technology to Help You Vote

NTEN

For sample ballots, voters should contact local election offices for paper versions, and most states have them on their website or built into their own lookup tools ( an example from Alabama ). With election day coming right up, Nonprofit VOTE was kind enough to share with us a bunch of ways technology can help you cast your ballot.

Martin Luther King Day 2015

VisionLink

As we do several times a year, we pass along this essay from Stan Stahl. Dr. W. Douglas Zimmerman President and CEO VisionLink, Inc. Free at last.

Sierra Club Uses SMS Campaign to Map Environmental Support

Mobile Commons

Montgomery, Alabama.). They used the resulting geographic data to build a map that shows the responses. It is about time! Jordan, Minnesota).

Renew the Heart & Soul of your Non-Profit for a Chance To Win $10,000

John Haydon

A professionally written and recorded song by the Grammy Award-winning group, The Original Blind Boys of Alabama. What is the CTK Foundation?

Research Friday: Strengthening the Economy through Civic Engagement

ASU Lodestar Center

These states are Arizona, California, Alabama, Florida, Nevada, Rhode Island, and Delaware. posted by. Patsy Kraeger, Ph.D. Registering to vote.

While No “Holy Grail,” Razoo Reports Fundraising Success - NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly - Promoting an active and engaged democracy.

AFP Blog

These Give to the Max days are 24-hour races in which regional nonprofits compete to raise the most money, and the events have raised awareness and funds for organizations from Greater Washington to Minnesota to Alabama, as NPQ noted earlier this year. Since 2007, Razoo has helped 14,000 organizations collect a total of $100 million.

Daily DoGooder: Dr. King: Nonviolence is the Most Powerful Weapon

See What's Out There

The interview was conducted in Montgomery, Alabama after the success of the bus boycott. Change the world, one video at a time.Dr. King: Nonviolence is the Most Powerful Weapon | 8:13 “Look Here” This is a thought-provoking excerpt from the October 1957 interview by Martin Agronsky for the NBC program “Look Here.”

Leading the Resistance: 28 Organizations You Can (and Should) Support Today

EveryAction

Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice. The Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice is a grassroots, statewide network of individuals and organizations that works to advance and defend the rights of immigrants in Alabama. The last few days have been equal parts terrifying, challenging, and complicated. LGBTQ Rights. Healthcare.

Diabetes Awareness and the Big Blue Test

John Haydon

Following an exchange I had with my friend Manny who I blogged about last year. For those who don’t know, what is the Big Blue Test?

Southeast Tornados: Staying Focused

VisionLink

We extend our thoughts and prayers to the many injured and to those who lost friends and families in the tornados this past week across the Southeast.

Food Stamp Search Suggests Hard Times Are Spreading like a Flu.

Network-Centric Advocacy

Is it fair to assume that the actual surge next year will include Oregon, Alabama, Arkansas, New Mexico, etc.

Please Help: Volunteers Needed To Help With Hurricane Wiki To Prep for Hurricane Ida

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Ida is expected to make landfall on the Gulf Coast near the Alabama/Florida border late Monday or early Tuesday.

Plain Old Telephone Systems: The Final Countdown

Tech Soup Blog

If you live in Carbon Hill, Alabama, you may have to upgrade your phone system sooner than expected. Fading Infrastructure. Rising Prices.

Six Alternative (U.S.) Cultural Venues to Keep an Eye On

Museum 2.0

I've been spending time recently interviewing people who run unusual cultural and learning venues. Skill-sharing free schools. Louis.

Martin Luther King Day 2013

VisionLink

As we do several times a year, we pass along this essay from Stan Stahl. Dr. W. Douglas Zimmerman President and CEO VisionLink, Inc. Free at last.

My Dad Has Fans on YouTube!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

And, a gentleman from Alabama in his sixties posted a video response telling us that he was inspired to get his father (who is in his 90's) a blog! As some of you who are following this blog already know, my dad expressed some interest in blogging. 1: The First Conversation ( video ) #2: What will you write about?

Do Banner Ads Suck?

Beaconfire Wire

Mashable ran a post last month on building better banner ads. What’s Your R? But the answer really comes down to what “R” you’re looking for. Clicks.

Mergers and Acquisitions

SocialFish

There is an organization that focuses exclusively on protecting the Black Warrior River in Alabama. It rocks. The number of U.S.

NTEN 501 Tech Clubs: More Than an Email List!

NTEN

Click on their club name/location to see the event details: Jack Eyer, Alabama (our newest - who had their 1st event last week!).

Coming to a Public School Near You: Hopefully, You as a Volunteer

Have Fun - Do Good

Tuesday was my first day volunteering with the "reading partners" program at my neighborhood public elementary school. Be flexible.

Colorblindness: Implications for Youth Services

ASU Lodestar Center

Young boys are generally not allowed in the Girl Scouts, as noted by Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama : “Our many years of experience shows that girls have unique needs and interests that are best met in a program designed especially for them, delivered in an all-girl setting.”. posted by. Ariel Rodríguez, Ph.D. Assistant Professor. Larsen, D.,

NetCentric Advocacy: Rosa Parks: Thank You

Network-Centric Advocacy

Parks lost her job and had trouble finding work in Alabama after her public stance. Parks lost her job and had trouble finding work in Alabama after her public stance. NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. » November 02, 2005 Rosa Parks: Thank You I have been thinking a bit about Rosa Parks. del.icio.us/networks

MCON13 Live Blog: The Millennial Movement (Jose Antonio Vargas, Define American)

NTEN

One guy, Victor, flew from Alabama. Throughout the day, we''ll be live blogging sessions from MCON13 , a virtual conference to help leaders engage the Millennial generation. Here are my notes from the first session, a talk by Jose Antonio Vargas with a brief Q&A at the end. Find Jose Antonio Vargas at @joseiswriting on Twitter. Why not?"