Virtual sorority’s tax-exempt status denied | Albuquerque Journal News

AFP Blog

Virtual sorority’s tax-exempt status denied | Albuquerque Journal News : "Well, it seems that the IRS is made up of a lot more of us “mature” people and a lot less of our children’s generation. Two months ago the IRS Exempt Organization folks (yes, those people) denied tax-exempt status to a virtual sorority. I had never heard of a virtual sorority. But no matter; I have not heard of most virtual things. I’m not in the right age bracket, either for virtual or for sororities.

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KNME evolves to bring in new viewers and keep up with digital age : Local : Albuquerque Tribune

AFP Blog

KNME evolves to bring in new viewers and keep up with digital age : Local : Albuquerque Tribune: "And for a station that relies on financial contributions, it pays to realize that today's MySpace and YouTube addicts could be tomorrow's core viewers and potential donors.

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A Simple Guide to Maximizing LinkedIn’s New Features for Fundraising Advancement

NonProfit Hub

Albuquerque Academy, a small independent, coeducational school for grades 6-12, has integrated LinkedIn into its existing fundraising workflows. Brent Grinna is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub and the founder and CEO of EverTrue , a leading social donor management platform.

The Most Generous Online Giving Cities in the U.S.

Connection Cafe

Albuquerque. Online fundraising continued its double-digit growth in 2013, retaining the mantle as the fastest growing fundraising channel, growing at 13.5% according to Blackbaud’s most recent Charitable Giving Report.

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Solving homelessness, one tweet at a time


Louis, homeless veterans in Albuquerque, and advocates, volunteers, and physicians who have dedicated their lives to solving this crisis. This is a guest post from Danny Alpert, Executive Producer, @home. Danny – thanks for sharing this valuable story.

And the 2013 Digital Storytelling Challenge Awards Go To.

Tech Soup Blog

The shutter snappers at Keshet Dance Company based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico caught our judges' attention with their powerful slideshow titled "unlimited possibilities through dance," snapping up the first place prizes for best photo story. We all have a story.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Harry performed a song called "Albuquerque Turkey" which is about having a turkey for a pet, not Thanksgiving dinner. There was a lot of turkey art work in our house this week! If you're getting a hankering to draw one, here's a useful guide. Download drawturkey.pdf.

Lame spams of the day: Amazon HDTV shipments

Robert Weiner

Albuquerque, CA. I got 3 versions of this today. The most amusing part is that the shipping address is a mail merge field with my email address inserted. I'm sure that will produce some funny results for people with more creative email addresses.

Bookshare Creates Opportunities For Gifted Students

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Jessica, who is a junior at Manzano High School in Albuquerque, is a straight-A student and a member of the National Honor Society. I talk a lot about how technology can help create tremendous educational opportunities for students with print disabilities.

The Power of One

NCE Social Media

At the Arc of the US Convention in Albuquerque in 2009 you could count them on one hand. First, I want to acknowledge that there are now 83 Arc-related groups on Twitter. That’s impressive adoption of this emerging technology in the past 16 months. I want to share with you a story that happened to us in Pittsburgh last week. Our internet connection went down on Monday, March 8.

Content from AAM: Virtual Worlds and Eye on Design slides (and more)

Museum 2.0

My more complete thoughts and reactions to the AAM (American Association of Museums) conference are forthcoming in a longer post soon. Today, I want to share slide presentations and interviews you might be seeking related to the sessions I chaired this week.

Plants! Natural Materials! Review of Explora!, a Peaceful, Delightful Science Center

Museum 2.0

So imagine my delight to visit Explora in Albuquerque. Note: This post was also published as a review on ExhibitFiles here. I love science centers. My first jobs were in science and children's museums.