Elevating Advocacy Voices for Children Through Social Media

Beth Kanter

Note from Beth: As part of my work at the Packard Foundation, I’ve had the honor of designing and facilitating a “networked capacity building project” for a cluster of grantees, state-based groups, to be more effective in engaging their networks toward covering uninsured children. Elevating Advocacy Voices for Children Through Social Media – Guest Post by Barbara Munoz. Utah is dead last in the nation for education funding per pupil.

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How Well Do You Know Your Neighbors?

Connection Cafe

She lives across town in a nice neighborhood and is married with two children. Or would you invite her to a behind-the-scenes event for local VIPs? Her current donor profile shows her address in the next town, but with the screening you learn she actually has another home in the upstate, and a vacation home in Utah.

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Symantec Gives Back

Tech Soup Blog

As a company, they works to have a positive impact on the local communities around the world where it has offices. Last year, Symantec employees donated $650,000 to nonprofits and libraries in their local communities, as well as 19,000 hours of volunteering. In Lindon, Utah, 50 employee volunteers planted trees that Symantec donated to TreeUtah using its local Community Outreach funds.

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The Bold, Focused Ideas of Breakthrough Nonprofit Brands: Book Giveaway Winners Announced

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Second, organize local veterinarians, municipalities and animal rescue organizations in working together to provide low-cost spay/neuter and promote adoption of the satos.’”. The Women’s Center of Tarrant County has a name problem, as we serve women, men and children…about 82,000 a year. The Bold, Focused Ideas of Breakthrough Nonprofit Brands by Carol Cone.

Bigger is always better…(Except when it’s not!)

ASU Lodestar Center

By having more local leaders she would increase not only total funds to her organization, but higher visibility as well. Scola, CFRE has been involved professionally in nonprofit work since 1983, having held leadership positions in Texas and Utah, as well as Arizona and California. John and his wife Sheila have three children, and live in north Phoenix. posted by. John Scola, CFRE , President. John Scola & Associates.

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