Vote for the Winners of the 6th Annual DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards!

Amy Sample Ward

Winners will be announced on April 5, at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Francisco. Contest Sponsor Cisco , will be awarding $3,500 in prizes and up to $3,500 in products to the winner of each category, and the Case Foundation is awarding one $2,500 grants to the four organizations with the most fearless videos submitted to this year’s contest. Oh, and each winning organization will have their video featured on the YouTube homepage on April 5th!

E-Mediat: Social Media Capacity Building for NGOs in the Arab World

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The project was lucky enough to receive a donation from Cisco of FLIP cameras and I think the most fun I had creating curriculum was the one above on storytelling and making simple and effective content for NGOs. Flickr Photo by SMEX Beirut.

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Meet the Winners of the 2012 Digital Storytelling Challenge!

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The 2012 Digital Storytelling Challenge was a great success, with more than 250 total submissions from social benefit organizations in 24 countries! Congratulations to these organizations and to all that participated!

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Vote for the Winners of the 6th Annual DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards!

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Winners will be announced on April 5, at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Francisco. Oh, and each winning organization will have their video featured on the YouTube homepage on April 5th!

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What We Learned at Net:Work — It’s About People

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Yesterday, we held our inaugural Net:Work conference at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. Webb thinks that that our organizations need to be more meritocratic; individuals will then feel more in control of their own destiny.

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TSDigs: Who Do You Think Deserves an Award?

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Digital stories came in from all over the globe from all types of social benefit organizations throughout the month of February. Winners of the Digital Storytelling Challenge (TSDigs) stand to receive exciting prizes from TechSoup’s generous donor partners like Adobe, Cisco Systems, Seagate, Citrix, Flickr, and SlideRocket. How is the organization making a difference? Or is the organization only speaking to internal stakeholders?

Social Video Questions, Answered: Join TechSoup July 20

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Do You Have Questions on How to Do More with Video for Your Organization? a nonprofit organization dedicated to. encouraging other cause-driven organizations to use film and video to. This post was written by Evonne Heyning , part of TechSoup's community team.

What We Can Accomplish Together Using WebEx

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Every month, TechSoup staff get together in San Francisco, Warsaw, and London to discuss projects and progress in one collaborative all-staff meeting. According to Cisco, WebEx web conferencing combines dynamic online meetings with integrated collaboration tools.

Building the Tech Capacity of Nonprofits Everywhere with TechSoup's NetSquared Events

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TechSoup's mission is to build a dynamic bridge that enables civil society organizations and changemakers around the world to gain effective access to the resources they need to design and implement technology solutions for a more equitable planet. San Francisco, California.

Volunteer for the Day of Service at NTEN's NTC in SF on April 26th

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It's taking place this year in San Francisco from April 26-28th. The Day of Service is an opportunity for nonprofit techies to give back to the local community - in form of sharing knowledge one-on-one with a local organization or participate in a group project like installing a wireless network in a homeless shelter! Anthony’s: Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, you will install a network in one of St.

22 Years Ago…

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time as starting CompuMentor, so organizing this new form of. available to the organizations that are working so hard to support our. Adobe, Cisco, Intuit, and Symantec are just a few. in San Francisco. We'd organize bucket brigades of our small staff to.

My Kumbaya Moments: Like Summer Camp for NPTechies, the NTEN Conference

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As I wrote this post on the flight back from my third NTEN Conference I know I felt similar to many of the other 1,600 “NPTechies” (Nonprofit Techies) who are leaving San Francisco. Cisco sponsored the project and provided the hardware for the network.

TechSoup’s Gayle Samuelson Carpentier Joins the NTEN Board

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She's built partnerships with Cisco, Symantec, Intuit, Dell, Seagate, Adobe and dozens of other socially responsible companies. Gayle Samuelson Carpentier: I am the board chair for a San Francisco digital inclusion nonprofit, Community Technology Network Bay Area.

Grandcentral Funk! | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

10.19.06 | 102 1 Comment [link] Grandcentral+Funk%21 2006-10-19+16%3A00%3A27 Allan+Benamer This looks like a telephony service that could be of great use to social service organizations in the United States. My guess is that they developed their own platform and didn’t rely on a third party like Cisco to do it (and not so well at that).

Grandcentral Redux or a Requiem for CVM? | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Unfortunately, this means my organization or even New York City can’t get the same treatment as San Francisco. When we accepted the significant offer of support from Cisco, we weighed the pros and cons of this heavily against the needs of the people and organizations we’re serving. actually offered homeless people in San Francisco free voicemail just like CVM.