NetCentric Advocacy: Fighting Cancer One Cup at A Time: AlexsLemonade Continutes to Distribute Lemonade Organizing Tools via The Net to Fight Cancer

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Home Green Media Toolshed Profile Twitter Shared Links Subscribe Archives « Now is the "Network Society": Networks and Globalization Paper by Jim Davis | Main | Guerillas in the List: Network-Centric Advocacy in Grist » June 02, 2005 Fighting Cancer One Cup at A Time: AlexsLemonade Continutes to Distribute Lemonade Organizing Tools via The Net to Fight Cancer This is still one of my favorite sites on the web.

Looking forward to 2009

Judi Sohn

Yes, we’re making a difference against colorectal cancer, and that’s ultimately our big-picture goal. We don’t resolve to cure colorectal cancer in a year; instead we resolve to chip away at a very specific, very targeted part of the rock that needs banging on. Why it matters that there’s federal colorectal cancer screening legislation. Do you want to feed the homeless or cure cancer? It’s more than separating those who gave $500 from those who live in Kentucky.

Maximizing Meetings: 3 M’s to Make Event Committee Meetings Meaningful

NonProfit Hub

She leads the Events Strategy Team at Ashley|Rountree and Associates —a nonprofit consulting firm based in Louisville, Kentucky. a cancer patient whom your organization helped, a student whose scholarship your organization provided or a once homeless man whom your organization has housed. It is a subtle way to remind your volunteers that making a fundraising call is the easy part; fighting cancer, quitting school or being homeless is the hard part.

Komen Kan Kiss My Mammagram, PinActivism, and Newsjacking for a Cause

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Komen Foundation , a leading breast cancer charity, pulled hundreds of thousands of dollars in breast cancer screening funds from Planned Parenthood. Each year millions of women are screened for breast cancer at Planned Parenthood, and Susan G.

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Is Social Media the Fund Development Professional’s Magic Bullet?

NonProfit Hub

Tammy Moloy is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub, and a Senior Consultant with Ashley|Rountree and Associates, a leading regional non-profit consulting firm based in Louisville, Kentucky. Quite frankly, ALS is not a very wide spread disease like cancer or heart disease.

Why Komen Was Destined to Clash with Social Media

SocialFish

Komen For the Cure was formed from a passion to make a difference in the outcomes of breast cancer. When Nancy Brinker lost her sister to cancer in 1980 she started the organization in her sister’s memory, and to “end breast cancer forever.”

Corporate Altruism: The Blurring of the Lines Between CSR and Cause Marketing

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Komen for the Cure teamed up with KFC (formerly known as Kentucky Fried Chicken). million was donated (the largest ever breast cancer donation.) Others wondered whether Komen had read their own educational literature about the connection between high fat diets and breast cancer.

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