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Online Fundraising Platforms To Face Stricter Regulations in California

NonProfit PRO

California’s Department of Justice already oversees charities and regulates fundraising on behalf of all charitable purposes in the state, but with the surge in online fundraising platforms, the state’s law, as written, wasn’t sufficient to reach online fundraising.

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Client Spotlight: Minds Matter Southern California

Qgiv

Minds Matter Southern California supports students in their sophomore, junior, and senior years. Minds Matter Southern California created donation forms that include impact statements that indicate what giving at each level supports. Who they are.

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Associations and the California Consumer Privacy Act

Nimble AMS

Associations should consider upcoming privacy legislation in California that gives their members ownership, control, and security of their personal information. What is the California Consumer Privacy Act? The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)?protects

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California Dreaming

Deborah Elizabeth Finn

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Q&A with Northern California Grantmakers

Connection Cafe

The following Q&A was conducted with Steve Barton, VP of Strategic Initiatives for Northern California Grantmakers. This year, Northern California Grantmakers has moved its annual Corporate Philanthropy Institute online (happening October 14, 2020) due to COVID-19, and will be exploring the role of companies in the responses to COVID-19 and racial justice. Q: Northern California Grantmakers has moved your annual Corporate Philanthropy Institute online this year.

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An Open (Online) Book: What SB 272 Means for California Public Records

Byte Technology

That has recently changed with the introduction of SB 272: The California Public Records Act, which for the first time establishes a statewide standard that agencies must follow in adopting open data policies. Also strangely absent from the bill is a clear timeline of how long the various public agencies operating in California have to implement the policy, which has many watchdogs worried that inherent bureaucratic impediments will surely create delays.

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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. Benefit corporations : A forum hosted by Todd Johnson, a lawyer who helped craft California's B corporation legislation, which addresses when it's the right time to form one or create a subsidiary corporation. State budget : What does the California budget mean for nonprofits?

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An Open letter to Crowdfunding Companies from the California Association of Nonprofits

Beth Kanter

Note from Beth: The crowdfunding industry has sponsored legislation in California to clarify what is legally permissible. The California Association of Nonprofits is seeking feedback from the broader nonprofit community about these proposed guidelines. An Open letter to Crowdfunding Companies from the California Association of Nonprofits. Guest Post by Jan Masaoka, CEO, California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits).

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Announcing CHeQPoint: A Snapshot of HIE Activity in California

Forum One

CheQPoint.org provide an overview of major Health Information Exchange efforts in California. One major focus of health reform efforts is on Health Information Technology (HIT), which is trying to pull health communications into the 21st century through Electronic Health Records (EHR), Telemedicine , and other technologies. read more. Influence

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Nonprofits, Libraries, and the California Teleconnect Fund

Tech Soup Blog

If you work for a nonprofit or library in California, your organization might be eligible to reduce your. California are not aware of the California Teleconnect Fund (CTF) and. When combined with the California Teleconnect Fund discount, this offering. The California Public Utilities Committee site covering the CTF makes for a daunting read, so we've done our best here to give. Attention: California Teleconnect Fund.

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Saving the California Condor: A Collective Impact Story

ASU Lodestar Center

Except one: The California Condor. The California Condor is the sole surviving member of the Gymnogyps genus, a castaway from the Pleistocene epoch. By this time, there was an official California Condor Recovery Program that included many groups: government agencies managing the program under the Endangered Species Act , environmental organizations, Native American groups, scientists, and zoos. And with them, of course, was the California Condor. posted by.

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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. The award recognizes nonprofits, government agencies, and corporations responsible for raising awareness of and improving web accessibility for Californians with disabilities. read more. Tools Web Building

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

Forum One

Through our work with the California Department of Health Care Services, our aims have been to achieve this while improving their web presence overall – including a new web governance plan, new site-wide style guidelines, and an improved analytics infrastructure. 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.

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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%. the 110,000 registered nonprofits in California, only around 3,500 have applied.

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

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Today, I had the pleasure of doing a mini-workshop at the Director's Institute for the California Child Care Resource and Referral Network in Sacramento. One of their policy initiatives is called " think families, think a brighter future for California." Today, I had the pleasure of doing a mini-workshop at the Director's Institute for the California Child Care Resource and Referral Network in Sacramento.

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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 know, I know, I said I wasn't going to be blogging very much, but realized that the move provided a good opportunity for me to play around with the FLIP camera I have on loan. I used the annotations feature in YouTube to point out places in my shoot that I could improve. I would really appreciate your shooting tips. leave them in the comments.

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Victory for Bloggers in California Court

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

It's good news for bloggers: On Friday a California Court of Appeals ruled the bloggers are entitled to the same protections as journalists in traditional media when it comes to being required to reveal confidential sources. In addition to ruling that California's shield law as well as constitutional protections applied to the bloggers, the court also found it impermissible for Apple to subpoena the plaintiff's email from their email provider, finding that this violated federal law.

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Video Games, Virtual Worlds Workshop: Northern California Grantmakers Briefing

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

from my flickr photo stream Susan Tenby from TechSoup gave a presentation for a workshop called Virtual Games/Virtual Worlds during the Northern California Grantmakers Briefing called From YouTube to Podcast: Digital Media, Philthanthropy, and Social Justice.

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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. The OCU is a gathering of online community practitioners — managers, developers, business people, tool providers, investors — to discuss experiences and strategies in the development and growth of online communities.

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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? Posted by: USF on Tuesday, September 25, 2007 Topic Special Features A new study from the University of San Francisco’s Institute for Nonprofit Organization Management (INOM) shows that small grassroots nonprofits across California understand the.

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A Model for Wildfire Disaster Relief

Connection Cafe

Nearly 20,000 residents have been asked to evacuate their homes in Northern California as a result of the multiple wildfires that have been burning for weeks, and CNBC has reported that more than 16,000 homes have been threatened by potential damage from the wildfire at this point, leading to evacuation orders for nearly 25,000 residents. Like other areas of disaster relief , wildfires, particularly in California, have becomes an increasingly common occurrence.

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Listen Now to Learn How We Can Ensure Our Oceans Continue Sustaining Life!

NonProfit PRO

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Research Friday: Battling Domestic Violence with Data

ASU Lodestar Center

This week, in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month , I’ll examine the impact of these issues on a specific subsector: Domestic violence service providers in California. With support from the Blue Shield of California Foundation , NFF recently released Navigating a New Course , a report on the challenges these organizations are facing. As a result of the California budget crisis in 2010, many DV organizations laid off staff or closed temporarily. posted by.

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How Nonprofits Can Use Claris FileMaker to Build Custom Apps

TechSoup

Susana Garcia is a program director and member of the executive team of On The Move — a community-based disaster relief organization in Napa County, California.

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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. Rather, it is a Jewish philanthropic startup offering individual donors and Jewish or Israeli charities the chance to raise money with ease via new technology and social media promotion.CGgooders Judith Stern

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The 2019 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

EveryAction

Northern California Grantmakers and Silicon Valley Community Foundation / Redwood City, CA / $350. It's finally here! If you loved our 2018 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar get ready for our new, improved, and updated 2019 calendar! We've searched far and wide for the best and brightest nonprofit conferences from all around the country! These conferences range in size, location, and topic. We have everything from: Fundraising & Grants. Nonprofit Management.

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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 In today’s great economic meltdown, nonprofits are searching for alternative ways to

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Heroes Shaping the Future of Education Technology

.orgSource

While the pandemic was making kids cranky and parents crazy, members of the California IT in Education Association (CITE), were on the frontlines restoring order. I’d like to introduce you to a group of unsung heroes.

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Visionlink New Feature: Search & Send

VisionLink

Another enhancement from your Visionlink Team, and thanks to the our customers in California and New Jersey for making it happen

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CADRE (Collaborating Agencies' Disaster Relief Effort)

VisionLink

The mission of CADRE is to strengthen the coordination of the disaster response and recovery efforts of a variety of agencies in Santa Clara county, California, working closely with Santa Clara County’s emergency management community to build disaster resilience among service organizations through communication, coordination and preparedness training.

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VisionLink - Untitled Article

VisionLink

Reconnecting Friends and Family During the chaos and dislocation of the California fires, we are honored to deploy Safe and Well for the American Red Cross. Read here for a local story, and local authorities' request to use Safe and Well, as we all work together to reconnect friends and family. link] To go to Safe and Well directly: Safeandwell.org

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What You Need to Do to Get CCPA Compliant?

Byte Technology

To answer the call, the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) will be going into effect on Jan. Does the CCPA Only Apply to California? Technically yes, the CCPA only applies to California residents. However, because the internet connects us worldwide, it will also affect companies that do business with California businesses and residents. Cybersecurity is an issue that’s on everyone’s mind.

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What You Need to Do to Get CCPA Compliant?

Byte Technology

To answer the call, the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) will be going into effect on Jan. Does the CCPA Only Apply to California? Technically yes, the CCPA only applies to California residents. Cybersecurity is an issue that’s on everyone’s mind.

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Virtual Events Made the Conventions and the Inauguration Celebrations More Accessible

The MatrixFiles

Three delegates from California were on a beautiful bluff, the delegate from Alabama was on the famous Edmund Pettus Bridge, tribal members from states with large Native American populations announced their states’ votes, and on, and on.

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8 Nonprofits Championing Environmental Sustainability on Earth Day

Classy

The UK will ban new gasoline or diesel car sales by 2030, and California plans to follow . California State Parks Foundation. How California State Parks Foundation Takes Action on Earth Day. Connect with California State Park Foundation: .

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Nucleus named data analytics solution of the Association Laboratory Research Alliance

Gravitate

And State Societies, including: California SAE. Gravitate Solutions is pleased to report that Nucleus has been named the official data analytics solution for the Association Laboratory Research Alliance.

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Crowdsourcing As Planning Tool

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

View California Coast Trip in a larger map This holiday rather than working, we decided to take a brief vacation and travel down the beautiful California coast. Only problem was by Christmas night we realized that we hadn't even opened.

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What’s Good? Leanne Fan, A Middle School Student, Invents Headphones That Detect Ear Infections

Bloomerang

Leanne Fan, a middle school student in San Diego, California, invented the coolest headphones we’ve ever heard of. This is a new series where we highlight good news that exemplifies one or more of Bloomerang’s core values : empathy, innovation, stewardship, unity, equity, and transparency. .

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Funding And Grant Resources For Nonprofits Focused On Mental Health

Kindful

California Healthcare Foundation. California Healthcare Foundation. The California Health Care Foundation is dedicated to advancing meaningful, measurable improvements in the way the health care delivery system provides care to the people of California.

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Funding & Grant Resources For Nonprofits Focused On Senior Care

Bloomerang

The foundation has a focus on California, but will also consider demonstration projects with potential for replication in California or those that have a regional and/or national impact. Areas served: California, US. Areas served: California (Los Angeles), New York (NYC).

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