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Saving the California Condor: A Collective Impact Story

ASU Lodestar Center

Except one: The California Condor. The California Condor Recovery Program continues today, over 25 years since its inception. posted by.

Advocates for disabled urge feds to reject cuts to California Medicaid

Vertex Systems

Here’s an interesting story affecting our customers and the people they serve: A consortium of 33 advocacy groups for people with disabilities on Thursday urged federal regulators to reject California’s request to cut the state’s Medicaid program. Jerry Brown … Continue reading →

Crucial Policy Issues for Nonprofits: Attend California Nonprofit Convention Sept. 13

Tech Soup Blog

Jan Masaoka's California Nonprofit Policy Convention is far from conventional. "This is a different kind of conference," says Masaoka, California Association of Nonprofits CEO. State budget : What does the California budget mean for nonprofits? Location : The California Endowment. Holly J. together. 1000 N.

Health & Data: Working with the California Department of Health Care Services

Influence

A major driver of health reform is the more effective use of data. A major driver of health reform is the more effective use of data. read more.

Why the California Teleconnect Fund Is Great for Nonprofits

Tech Soup Blog

If your nonprofit organization or library is in or has offices in California, you may be eligible for up to 50% off your advanced communications expenses through the California Teleconnect Fund (CTF). The program is administered by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and provides a 50%. services. services by 50%.

Research Friday: Battling Domestic Violence with Data

ASU Lodestar Center

As a result of the California budget crisis in 2010, many DV organizations laid off staff or closed temporarily. posted by. Like this article?

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California Dreaming

Deborah Elizabeth Finn

Do Small Nonprofits in California Use Technology Successfully? :: PNNOnline ::

AFP Blog

Do Small Nonprofits in California Use Technology Successfully? :: PNNOnline ::: "Do Small Nonprofits in California Use Technology Successfully?

California Poison Control Goes Mobile

Mobile Commons

Last week, California Poison Control launched a new iPhone app called “Choose Your Poison.” The app lets kids play an informative game that suggests how similar candy can look to medication – and then lets them automatically connect with a poison control hotline. Read more about CPCS’s mobile initiatives here. Use Cases

[Cool Infographic Friday] Public Figures on Social Media

SocialFish

Public Admin | University of Southern California. Every once in a while I like to post a reminder of the big picture, like this one.

Announcing CHeQPoint: A Snapshot of HIE Activity in California

Influence

CheQPoint.org provide an overview of major Health Information Exchange efforts in California. read more. Influence

Beth's On The Move: Our Car Leaves for California

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The video above shows our car being loaded on the truck to go to California. Video is here. I would really appreciate your shooting tips.

Jgooders Web site lets philanthropy start at just $5 | j. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California

AFP Blog

the Jewish news weekly of Northern California: "However, Jgooders runs no projects of its own and fundraises nothing for itself. Jgooders Web site lets philanthropy start at just $5 | j.

How to Double Online Giving in Six Months

Frogloop

nonprofit that has provided housing and support to California’s homeless since 1989. Online Fundraising Online Marketing Lead Generation

California Poison Control System Sends Health Tips Over Text

Mobile Commons

The California Poison Control System runs an innovative campaign, in English and Spanish, to keep families informed about poison threats to their homes and lives. California Poison Control System also uses the text hotline to remind people about their emergency phone line. Buy them @ grocery store.” Blog health Use Cases

California Poison Control System Sends Daily Tips Over Text

Mobile Commons

The California Poison Control System runs an innovative campaign, in English and Spanish, to keep families informed about poison threats to their homes and lives. California Poison Control System also uses the text hotline to remind people about their emergency phone line. Buy them @ grocery store.” Blog health Use Cases

Victory for Bloggers in California Court

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

The shield law is intended to protect the gathering and dissemination of news, and that is what petitioners did here.

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California Department of Public Health Lets People Text to Find the Closest Vaccination

Mobile Commons

During the H1N1 scare in 2009, the California Department of Public Health wanted to help citizens get vaccinated against the virus.

Video Games, Virtual Worlds Workshop: Northern California Grantmakers Briefing

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Anil Dash , of Sixapart , was one of the speakers. Tom and I arranged to meet Susan in-world for the presentation. We started off with a little fun.

Goodbye, galas: Jewish nonprofits turn to social media for new types of fundraising | j. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California

AFP Blog

the Jewish news weekly of Northern California: "Whoever thought you’d see a former U.S. Goodbye, galas: Jewish nonprofits turn to social media for new types of fundraising | j. poet laureate singing a kitschy jingle on YouTube, asking for funds for a small nonprofit that most of his readers have never heard of?In

Taking First Steps With Social Media: California Child Care Resource & Referral Network

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of their policy initiatives is called " think families, think a brighter future for California." The group, for the most part, was curious.

TechSoup Wins 2009 California Digital Inclusion Award

Tech Soup Blog

The Center for Accessible Technology (CforAT) and California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) today named TechSoup Global one of three winners of the 2009 California Digital Inclusion Program Award. read more. Tools Web Building

Volunteerism Keeps Proving Its Value (Especially When Skills Are Given)

Connection Cafe

The news is out, and it’s good! What news? Volunteerism news, of course. For those of you who know me, that’s not much of a surprise. an hour in value.

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Find an Awesome Nonprofit Tech Training Near You

Tech Soup Blog

San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. Los Angeles, California: Can We Measure Social Impact? Join us! event

Online Community Unconference June 10 in Mountain View, California

Tech Soup Blog

Next week, I'll be attending The Online Community Unconference (OCU) , along with my TechSoup community colleague, Susan Tenby. What's an unconference?"

Meet Your Local NetSquared Organizer at #17NTC

Tech Soup Blog

San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. Watch out!

How to Double Online Giving in Six Months

Connection Cafe

nonprofit that has provided housing and support to California’s homeless since 1989. Nonprofit Fundraising

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Start 2017 by Building Your Tech Skills and Community

Tech Soup Blog

San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. Join us!

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Finding a Community of Nonprofit Technology Experts

Tech Soup Blog

San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. Los Angeles, California: Creating Community with Digital Tech. Join us!

Two Ways To Use Crowdsourcing for Face-to-Face Conferences

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Next week on March 1-2, the First 5 California and the Water Cooler Joint Conference will take place in Sacramento. Where is it most useful?

NetSquared: The Place for Free Nonprofit Tech Help

Tech Soup Blog

San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night (weekly). San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night.

The One-Size-Fits-All Donor Model Is so Last Century

Connection Cafe

At bbcon 2015 , some of the top minds in the nonprofit industry came together to present Big Idea sessions. percent in 2012 to 14.7 percent in 2060.

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Getting Social with Your Local Nonprofit Tech Community

Tech Soup Blog

San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. Join us!

Why Individual Giving Strategies Often Don’t Work for Communities of Color

Connection Cafe

Statistically, individual donors provide 72% of the funds for nonprofits!” When disaggregated, the numbers tell a completely different story.

Californians Txt 4 Flu Info

Mobile Commons

Text FLU and your address to 30644 to find the closest H1N1 vaccine in California. Mobile Commons, Inc., M.P.H.

Free In-Person Events for Nonprofit Techies

Tech Soup Blog

San Francisco, California: Code for America Civic Hack Night. San Francisco, California: Let's Learn About Building a Stellar World!

Guest Post: Infusing “Social” into Social Justice Organizations

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Latinos, who comprise the bulk of California’s immigrant population, tend to be younger and less affluent than the state population as a whole.

7 Can’t-Miss Nonprofit Conferences for 2017

NonProfit Hub

AFP International is hosting their 54th International Fundraising Conference April 30-May 2 in San Francisco, California. It’s hosted in San Francisco, California. In our roll-up-my-sleeves and get-r-done , scrappy nature, we tend to take advantage of any and all resources at our fingertips in the nonprofit sector. Cause Camp. Design.

#GivingShoesDay Creates a Shoe-Gooder Movement on Giving Tuesday

Connection Cafe

And this year they’re partnering with Aldo Shoes and California Closets to take the campaign to the next level. So how are they doing it?

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Stop What You're Doing NOW and Celebrate the FCC's Decision

Tech Soup Blog

California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) has been working diligently in California for a decade to figure out how to end the digital divide.