Arts Suffering

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If you read, in succession, headlines about how the harsh economy is impacting the arts around the country, it is extremely depressing news. This article from the SF Chronicle reports how even the large cultural and arts institutions, the "crown jewels of the Bay Area art scene," are hurting from dwindling donations, volatile endowment funds, cuts in government grants and smaller, choosier audiences. The arts have become a victim of the sour economy.

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The Joys of Google Grants, Part 2 - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop


World | Main | Nonprofit Resolutions That Will Make A Difference in 2009 » Wednesday Feb 04 2009 The Joys of Google Grants, Part 2 Wednesday, February 4, 2009 at 03:57PM | by Robin Reed In part one of this series, I discussed the first steps the National Women’s Law Center took when we initially received our Google Grant, and some of the challenges we faced getting started. Although sadly our unabbreviated name is too long to fit the 25-character limit on ad headlines.)


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11NTC Round-Up: Your Posts, Highlights, and Take-aways


Last week, as I emerged from the post-conference haze of catching up on sleep and clearing my in-box, I started reading through blog posts from attendees and speakers. Then I couldn't stop! There are SO many posts to read that I figured I should round them all up in one place and share them. Hopefully, this means that all of the posts I haven't yet found will be added in the comments and we can all create a comprehensive list together. If I missed your blog post, I'm sorry!

Clearing the Air: 4 Myths That Shouldn’t Keep You From Moving Your HR to the Cloud

NonProfit Hub

You’ve seen the headlines and heard the stories about online data breaches, so now you’re worried that your business data could be hacked. Most software providers use state-of-the-art security features to keep your data safe, but it’s important that you know which security features to look for. Setting up your employees in an online database is next, followed by granting self-service access to your employees. Sponsored by HRdirect.

14 Top Nonprofit Websites to Inspire Your Organization

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Let’s walk through a selection of unique nonprofit websites that not only incorporate these elements but go above and beyond to impress visitors and inspire donations: Interlochen Center for the Arts. Top Nonprofit Website: Interlochen Center for the Arts.

Changing the World: TechSoup's Newest Global Partner

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The country has been making global headlines in recent years, both for cross-border craziness as well as serious domestic concerns, including 2014 attempts by the Prime Minister to shut down Twitter prior to the election (in a country where nearly 20 percent of the population — equaling nearly 10 million users — has Twitter accounts). *In Are you sitting down?! We've got some exciting news.

10 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Blogs and Bloggers to Support Their Cause

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Web publishers use RSS to easily create and distribute news feeds that include links, headlines, and summaries. You can also use reader comments, or posts by volunteers or constituents in grant applications. Last March I was on a blogging panel for an event put on by the Alliance of Technology and Women. To prepare for the panel, I wrote up 10 Ways Nonprofit Can Use Blogs.

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