Introducing an Awesome New Podcast About Workplace Culture

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So perhaps I am biased, as the Culture Chat podcast is my podcast I have started producing over at WorkXO, but it really is awesome and I want to share it with you. And don’t forget to give us a review if you like these podcasts!

Podcast: No Kid Hungry Explains How Text Messaging Connects Families to Free Lunches

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In Episode 8 of Using the Whole Whale , a podcast on data and technology and the nonprofit world, Jason Wilson from Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign shares his story of how text messaging campaigns are ending childhood hunger in America.

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

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We look at nonprofits and the people who lead them to find inspiration, motivation, and opportunities for directing our support. I recently had the opportunity to chat with Jamie Serino of MicroEdge + Blackbaud on his Champions of Social Good podcast. Depending on the reports you read about the exact pay gap in America, the number we found is very close to those found throughout society. Take a listen to the podcast and study the report.

2012 SXSW Interactive – #nptech Highlights

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Just over one year ago, on February 18, 2011, Planned Parenthood Federation of America launched the largest integrated campaign in its history. New Empire Builders Podcasts. Listen to our Daily Roundtable conversation or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.

Good Food Revolution: Will Allen of Growing Power

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As I vision ahead, I see this being a situation where hundreds of thousands of young people want to do this, but we have to quantify a lot of things to make this a reality for folks. In May 2010, TIME magazine named Will to the TIME 100 World's Most Influential People.

Extra-organizational Activists & Nonprofits Using the Social Web for Their Cause

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I've also created lists of environmental and other nonprofits using blogs, podcasts, videos, Flickr and MySpace along with some resources to create your own blog, podcast or video. They held a podcast invitational. Tags: blog nonprofit video podcast activism green

Secret Agent L: Covering the Globe with Random Acts of Kindess

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We're not actually acknowledging the people around us. I think that people really, actually want that. You can listen to our chat on the Big Vision Podcast website , or via iTunes , and I've posted the edited transcript below. People started emailing me and saying, "Oh my gosh!

Nonprofit CIO interview | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Pipes (1) Cool Things Nonprofits Do , Strategy , nptech Nonprofit CIO interview 12.01.06 | 140 No Comments [link] Nonprofit+CIO+interview 2006-12-02+02%3A29%3A21 Allan+Benamer Bill Regehr, CIO of Boys and Girls Club of America , wrote a guest article for CIO Magazine. Paq 1 week ago We're still working on unconference topics, oddly some people seem unfamiliar with unconferences.

Video Didn't Kill the Radio Star: The Not-for-Profit Exchange

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The transmission of sound electronically to groups of people will always hold power, even if it's not broadcast via some type of waveform modulation. But if it's important to you, feel free to call them "live podcasts".) Flickr: Fernando Candeias Pundits love to declare radio dead.

The Networked NGO in Pakistan

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We are recording the calls so those that face electricity/connectivity problems can download it as a podcast and listen to the recordings later – and view slides/ notes. On the first day, we all sang “ Dil Dil Pakistan ,” a well-loved song that most people from Pakistan know.

The Nonprofit Publisher’s Perfect Storm

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Although, we serve members around the world, our average member works in the human resources department of a large company (5,000+ employees) in North America. In hindsight, it was almost a perfect storm for people like me (again, apologies for the over-used cliché).

Changeblogger Ning Group, Meetup, Meme and Wiki

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In early May, I wrote a post asking all of you for suggestions for "changebloggers," people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, to build community, and/or to facilitate readers/listeners/viewers' taking action to make the world a better place.

Guest Post by Gaurav Mishra: The 4Cs Social Media Framework

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Mastering each tool individually seems like a lot of work and a lot of people give up even before they begin. However, very few people use these terms precisely and almost nobody agrees on the exact definition of these terms. The Need for the 4Cs Social Media Framework.

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2009 NTC Preview: Vince Stehle on Philanthropy and Social Media

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This is the very last of my 2009 NTC Preview podcasts. It's also the longest, because Vince is a very interesting guy, with a lot of interests and a talent for connecting people and ideas. . This is the sort of thing we're talking about -- transparent philanthropy driven by the people.

What Are Your 2008 Activist Resolutions?

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I recently finished reading A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide by Samantha Power. It was probably one of the best books I've read and definitely helped me to better understand the issue, and America's policies and history around it.

How Can You Make An Impact?

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BlogHer co-founder Lisa Stone asks us to make our own "transition plan," and ask ourselves how are we are each going to help create change in America. Find a small group of people to share this process with on a regular basis. obama change America

Let The Change Blogging Meme Hit The Road.

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He describes what hopes to do: I intend to examine the methodology of various politically and socially energized young people, contacted through various activist networks, and to listen to, record, and share their stories with present and future doers.

Do Good Fraternity

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I listen to a few podcasts, UNICEF , Barack Obama , Ebert and Roeper , the ONE Campaign and the 501c3Cast. Their January 3rd show has an interview with Chad Coltrane of Push America. Push America provides ways for members of the fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi to work with and improve the lives of people with disabilities. 501c3Cast Push America Pi Kappa Phi

Guest Post by Rebecca Leaman: Social Media for Non-Profits: 26 Great Slideshare Presentations You Can Use

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Getting The Word Out About Your Cause With Blogs, Podcasts & Social Networks (Britt Bravo). ROI of Listening: America Red Cross Case Study (Beth Kanter). Sharing Your Story: Podcasting (Britt Bravo).

Social Innovation: Harnessing What Works to Address Critical National Challenges

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I've been hearing a lot about the Social Innovation Fund lately, an element of the Serve America Act. Engage people who are closest to the problem. A May 6th White House blog post by Jesse Lee, What is the Social Innovation Fund?

An Internet Lesson in a Rural Cambodian Village: And Then You Wait.

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I launched a bloggers campaign and Twitter Wall of Fame as part of the Sharing Foundation's America's Giving Challenge. (To

See3 Celebrates Blog Action Day

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October 15th is Blog Action Day , an annual nonprofit event that aims to unite the world's bloggers, podcasters and videocasters to post about the same issue on the same day. Working through our churches, campuses and other organizations, we engage more people in advocacy.

Hunger Is A Global and Local Issue: Some Ways To Take Action

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"With living costs soaring, many local families are struggling to makes ends meet, and nowhere can it be seen with more clarity than on the lengthening lists of people being helped by the local food pantry." Photo by Danamdefebbo.

How Long Does It Take for 250 Super Connected Gnomedex Geeks to raise $2,500 for Cambodian kids?

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I started with a story about how Ponzi and Chris helped me demonstrate the networked effect with flickr and twitter for a nonprofit training, then told my story about the Case Foundation and Parade Magazine's America's Giving Challenge , and then I set up a real time fundraising challenge.

Jon Husband, Guest Post: The New Realities of Engagement – Stories That Drive Action Planning and Implementation

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Leaders strive to change the way that other people think, feel and act”. . It is a change in the way that people, think, feel and act. . People take the ideas and start to do things with the idea – this phase is crucial in a new paradigm.

The Last Blogpotomac: A New Community Rises from the Ashes

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I'm writing this post from 30,000 feet aboard Virgin America as I fly back to California from a whirlwind week on the East Coast. There was food and drink and then everyone got to say a few words about why the people, conference, and community mattered to them. Flickr Photo by Ghbrett.

Interview with My Dad, Tom Aageson, Co-Founder, Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship

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We want to give people an opportunity to really develop, innovate, and preserve their own culture." -- Tom Aageson, co-founder, Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship A week, or so ago I interviewed my Dad, Tom Aageson, for a special Father's Day show on the Big Vision Podcast.

Betting on Braincake: Interview with Jen Stancil

Museum 2.0

For lots of people, it's overwhelming to jump in and embrace social networking as a basis for an educational tool. Museums aren’t competing with other museums; they’re competing with corporate America. For example, podcasts. Some people are voyeuristic, some are active.

Solutionary Women: Alli Chagi-Starr, Ilyse Hogue, Melinda Kramer and Reem Rahim

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I asked four of the women who I had previously interviewed for the Big Vision Podcast to share what brought them to their work, and their advice for the graduate and undergraduate women who attended the conference. I also produce several podcasts, one of which is called the Big Vision Podcast.

Small Groups Can Change the World: An Interview with Marianne Manilov of The Engage Network

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Last week, after the election, BlogHer co-founder Lisa Stone, asked What Will You Do To Change America? including finding a small group of people to support you in your process. Below is an edited transcript of an interview, which you can also listen to on the Big Vision Podcast.

Fair Trade Certified: An Interview with Paul Rice of TransFair USA

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Paul Rice, the founding president and CEO of the Oakland based nonprofit, TransFair USA , answers these questions and others in an interview for the Big Vision Podcast. You can read a transcript of the podcast below. People are trading up, as it were.

Tools to End Poverty: An Interview with Martin Fisher of KickStart

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You can also listen to it on the Big Vision Podcast. As we've heard, something like 18% of the people in the world live on less than $1 a day, and a much bigger percentage live on less than $2 a day. Many, many of these people are actually living on more like 15, 20 cents a day.

All for Green, and Green for All: An Interview with Van Jones

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When I went to see Van Jones speak for the first time at the Green Festival in November 2002 about, "Green Jobs, Not Packed Jails," people in the States were just starting to lift their heads up from a year of fear and despair after September 11th. They'll say, "No, it's America.

What Can I Do About Genocide? An Interview with Janessa Goldbeck

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Below is an edited transcript of our conversation on the Big Vision Podcast. Britt Bravo: Why should people care about genocide? I was really moved by the humanity of the people there. It is such a large issue and people I think often feel paralysis and overwhelm.

nfp 2.0 » A Chicken is not just for Christmas

Rebooting Charity

1) myspace (1) nspcc (2) oxfam (2) podcast (1) second life (5) social impact (6) social media (16) social networking (6) storytelling (6) tagging (3) web 2.0 (18) Oxfam America will launch its first ‘alternative gift’ catalogue next week. Robert Tolmach Says: November 23rd, 2006 at 7:54 pm Oxfam UK is one of a few non-profits that let people fund exactly what they want (chickens in the case you presented).

Bryant Terry: Eco-chef, Food Justice Activist, Author of Vegan Soul Kitchen

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What we want is for all people to have some delicious, amazing, banging food!" You can listen to the interview on the Big Vision Podcast : Or read the edited transcript below. It has certain connotations that often push people away who don't embrace a plant-based diet.

Donors unite to rate nonprofits | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

GiveWell people — e-mail me and I promise that I can get those questions answered in probably more detail than you want. I have a new TV show that travels America and helps the most amazing volunteers to fund their projects. Paq 1 week ago We're still working on unconference topics, oddly some people seem unfamiliar with unconferences.

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Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Looks like the people over at PRSPCT-L@charitychannel.com have already started talking about this service and haven’t exactly given it stellar reviews. This should be anathema to non-profit people but I know that the target user population (development and fundraising types) probably have not been educated to the magic of the open API. Paq 1 week ago We're still working on unconference topics, oddly some people seem unfamiliar with unconferences.

Women's Earth Alliance: Co-Directors Melinda Kramer and Amira Diamond

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Below is an edited transcript of our conversation for the Big Vision Podcast which you can listen to online , or download from iTunes. billion people are without clean water. More than half of those people are women and girls. This really is a rich network of people.

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