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Mental Health Awareness Month: 10 Nonprofits Advocating For Change


Sponsor. Mission: Under the Laughs for the Troops umbrella, you will find many other great programs to help our veterans, increase awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI), raise funds, and recruit volunteers.

What I Learned From @nancylublin About #dataonpurpose

Beth Kanter

She shared that Bob likes to talk about nonprofit data scientists as being dot organisms. Just like your brain, you have nerves everywhere that tell you to take voluntary actions like “raise your arm.” For example, they ran a campaign for teens to collect food for a Food Banks around the country. They interviewed them and found out that homeless teens want one thing – jeans. So they started a partnership with Arrow and campaign called “ Teens for Jeans.”.


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[VIDEO] How To Lead And Manage In Our New Nonprofit Work Reality


So I can tell y’all that stuff, y’all, but I’ll tell you my most important job and how I really, really learned to hone my leadership skills was as solo mama to this teen who, my friends, she has the mack daddy of all summer jobs.

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Six New Games for Change: Check Out the Future of Gaming for Good


” Presented by filmmaker Chelo Alvarez-Stehle, SOS_Slaves aims to raise trafficking awareness in teens while empowering them with the tools to take responsibility and speak out against this issue. Frontiers aims to raise awareness of migration policies through unique gameplay that would be enjoyed by a tight knit gamer community. The empowerment of girls in third world countries is a topic many corporate sponsors are looking to endorse.

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