The IT Director is in training… | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

2006-09-06+16%3A57%3A02 Allan+Benamer I’m helping my brother-in-law train for his marathon plus I’m doing some long needed fat reduction (hehe)… so I won’t be back with more regular posts until next week.

A Jargon-Free Guide to Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies (L3C)

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In this blend, an L3C is a private organization that does earn profits, but only so that it can conduct business to help a certain cause. Other examples have included farmers’ markets, newspapers, law groups and art centers. This is one of the requirements for L3Cs the law puts forth for this business model. So you want to start an organization that benefits a specific cause. Great!


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When Your Powers Combine: Why Nonprofit Mergers Should Not Be Feared

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The Stanford Social Innovation Review cites three issues that stop nonprofit mergers from happening : getting the boards aligned, finding roles for senior staff and blending the brands. It helps to consult with an attorney to make sure the transaction is in compliance with all your local state laws. In the early ‘90s, a new superhero burst onto the scene. With his bright green hair, crystal blue skin and environmentally-focused attitude, Captain Planet was the ultimate do-gooder.

I Need a Good Lawyer

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

The deep reservoir of pro bono resources provides elasticity for an enterprising and agile counsel who can make the choices of which issues to handle solely inside, mainly with outside counsel, or blended. Right now, we have multiple law school clinics that would love to tackle new projects with us, projects we actually have but lack the bandwidth to pursue. No, we’re not being sued (and we want to keep it that way).

6 Tips for Nonprofit Professionals on Speaking Brilliantly with Your Slides

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A great example from last summer is from an opioid law suit — the State of Oklahoma v. Use the perfect blend of visual and verbal.

6 Online Speaking Tips for Nonprofit Professionals

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A great example from last summer is from an opioid law suit — the State of Oklahoma v. Use the perfect blend of visual and verbal.

The Science Behind Going Viral

Beth Kanter

Blender company Blendtec’s sales shot up more than 700% a few years ago after videos of the CEO blending things like iPhones spread like wildfire. Has Please Don’t Tell violated traditional “laws of marketing?” Note from Beth: I’m thrilled to participate in the LinkedIn Influencer Program where I get to write regular posts about leadership, failure, analytics, big data, presenting, and training from a nonprofit perspective.

Breaking: Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Convio | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

There is a clause in the Convio contracts I am familiar with that states Convio will comply with all laws. Anonymous said: Apparently these FACTA suits are both serious business and somewhat widespread: see the linked articles at the WSJ Law blog. The legislation isn’t quite effective at stopping identity theft although it’s odd that an organization in the business of receipt generation doesn’t bother to look at laws that have been on the books for three years.

Are Social Enterprises Viable Models for Funding Nonprofits?

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Historically, federal and state laws have viewed nonprofit and for-profit entities as mutually exclusive organizations whose work rarely, if ever, overlapped. The blending of for-profit and nonprofit organizational characteristics reflects an integrated hybrid form that could address the serious burnout factor and problems with talent retention in many nonprofits (Stecker, 2014).

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Support Women Survivors of War with $27/month

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Honorata's days blended into one another until the moment another marauding band stormed the camp. They sat side by side to discuss the role of women in rebuilding society, women's rights and the new Constitution, and family law. "The program 'has dared me to hope-of having a house, of living in peace, of reclaiming my dynamism, my dignity.

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Wealth of Networks (and the Poverty of Non-Profits) | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Perhaps THE seminal book on the Internet in the last ten years, Yochai Benkler’s Wealth of Networks is an intellectual smorgasborg of a book encompassing philosophy, economics, law and technical issues all at once.

Game Friday: Playing in Real-Time

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I’m working on a game design project now that involves an interesting experiment: a blend of real-time and on-demand gaming. While some military, fire, and law enforcement simulations do allow time out for discussion and reflection, others require the “players” to move through exercises in real time. What's more important: convenience or realism?

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MPayy discusses transaction costs in the nonprofit sector | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

However, the law seems to be pretty murky about the guidelines.

Read "The Seven Arts Of Change"

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skip to main | skip to sidebar Eric Jacobson On Management And Leadership Welcome! This blogs tips and ideas are perfect for managers and leaders of all types of small to large businesses and nonprofit organizations. What youll read is primarily based on what Ive learned from a variety of mentors, co-workers and supervisors over the past 30 years. -- Eric Jacobson -- formerly a Senior Vice President at Penton Media in Overland Park, Kansas (Kansas City, MO).

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Kevin Danaher of Global Exchange Talks about the Global Citizen Center

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They build a building, and then they just fill it up, and there's an architecture firm, and a law firm, and whatever. Kevin Danaher is the co-founder of the nonprofit Global Exchange which co-sponsors the Green Festivals with Co-op America. Kevin talks about the Global Citizen Center, a large mixed use building in downtown San Francisco that will serve as a hub for ecologically and socially responsible enterprise, education and economic development.