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Empowering Faith-Based Organizations With Innovative Donor Management


Adapting to technology for better engagement Rabbi Shlomo Cohen, Director of Operations at Chabad of Charlotte, highlights another challenge: engaging with a community using technology everyone can use. “We We were looking for an easy-to-use donor management software that could help us organize and keep track of all our donors,” he says.

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Performance Based Funding Institute to Improve Higher Education


Douglas Zimmerman and Lois Ann Porter traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina to organize the Performance-Based Funding Institute VisionLink produced for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Two weeks ago VisionLink''s W.


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Seven solutions for nonprofits to effectively collaborate with stakeholders

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Lee Nix is a 2021 graduate of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management program at Arizona State University. She received undergraduate degrees from Appalachian State University, then began her career in the animal welfare field, and is currently managing a nonprofit veterinary clinic, SnipWell Spay Neuter & Wellness Clinic.

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Lessons from the Universe

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I spent the day with Mike Dooley this past Saturday at his event in Charlotte, NC. If you aren’t familiar with Mike, he writes ‘Notes from the Universe&# ( ). Mike is an entertaining speaker and the day was full of ‘aha’ moments for me. I thought I’d share with you some of what I learned.

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Giving Days: How We Helped Raise Nearly $40,000 For A Local Nonprofit


by Charlotte Gill. Cara holds a BS in Economics from Florida Atlantic University. This post originally appeared on. Nonprofits First. The recent Great Give was a boon for. The Guatemalan-Maya Center. (a a nonprofit member at Nonprofits First), which brought in. nearly $40,000 during the one-day fundraising event. .

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October Awareness: Breast Cancer Awareness Month


The pink ribbon that has become the most widely recognized symbol of breast cancer awareness came about when a 68-year-old California woman named Charlotte Haley, whose sister, daughter, and granddaughter had breast cancer, created peach-colored ribbons to call attention to inadequate funding for breast cancer research.

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3 New Year’s Rituals for Nonprofits That Can Boost Professional Success

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This year I facilitated several labs, including several for the Knight Foundation Arts Program to learn about the local arts ecosystem in four cities, including Philadelphia, San Jose, Charlotte, and Macon. In the US, I gave workshops at nonprofit conferences in North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Missouri, California and at SXSW.