Cleveland software firm holding 'tech camp' to help nonprofits with websites | cleveland.com

AFP Blog

Cleveland software firm holding 'tech camp' to help nonprofits with websites | cleveland.com: "We're inviting a bunch of geeks and people passionate about software development to help do good things for charity,' is how Stahl describes GiveCamp, set for July 16-18.Keyboards will click continuously during the round-the-clock event, as software developers, designers and database administrators.

SOS: Save Our Site! How Libraries Can Preserve Local Online History

Tech Soup Blog

The Community Webs project is working with partners from Queens Public Library , Cleveland Public Library , and San Francisco Public Library. Websites, blog posts, social media, online news — all of these are part of your community's history, but all are ephemeral in nature.

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How to Be a Wizard at Tech Training Design and Delivery

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

As I am planning for workshops in the fall in Cleveland and North Carolina (with Jeanne Allen), looking back always help you create a good lesson plan and incorporate improvements.

Upcoming Webinar on April 26: Finding Funders for Your Cause

Tech Soup Blog

David is the regional training coordinator for the Foundation Center – Cleveland. As you may recall, last month we held a webinar with the Foundation Center titled Mapping Philanthropy: How You Can Use Data Visualization to Do Good.

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Social Media and Security: Protecting Your Nonprofit

SocialFish

She can be found typing away on her laptop in cold Cleveland, OH. Guest post by Stacey Waxman for SocialFish. ——-. Social media has revolutionized the way people communicate and has become a central player in the nonprofit field.

Content Marketing Can be King For Donors | The NonProfit Times

AFP Blog

Those are some of the results of a survey released by the Content Marketing Institute of Cleveland, Ohio, and Charleston, S.C. Content Marketing Can be King For Donors | The NonProfit Times : More than nine out of 10 nonprofit marketers, or 92 percent, use content marketing, but only 26 percent consider themselves effective at it. One-quarter has a documented content strategy.

A Fundraising Success Checklist for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Follow and study the Wilderness Society , Plan International , National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM) , EarthShare , and the Cleveland Clinic.

Using Design Thinking to ReThink Our Nonprofit or Community Foundation Work

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last week I was lucky enough to facilitate a mini-innovation lab for 60 community foundation program officers at the first meeting of ProNet during the Council on Foundations conference in Cleveland, Ohio that celebrated 100 years of community philanthropy.

Your Official 17NTC Local's Guide to DC

EveryAction

Indique (Cleveland Park). We're just a few weeks away from one of the most highly-anticipated nonprofit conferences of the year and, seeing as it will be hosted in Washington, DC, our team wanted to share some favorite local spots to eat, drink, and enjoy the sights while visiting for 17NTC. Check out the list below and make sure to read the travel tips at the end! The Dabney. With locally-sourced dishes that change daily, the Dabney recently received a Michelin star and is worth the wait.

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Telling Your Story: NetSquared #Storymakers2017 Workshops for Nonprofits

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: How to Remarket to Website Visitors via Facebook and Twitter. Here at TechSoup, we're big on stories. Effective storytelling means nonprofits can reach more people, touch more hearts, and create bigger impact.

Start Your September with New Tech Skills

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Measuring Results. I'm not in school anymore, but September still feels like the real beginning of the new year. That's why this is the perfect time to make a fresh start on your nonprofit tech resolutions.

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Public speaking for change

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I originally started this blog as a way to keep more of our Benetech team aware of what was going on with me and other team members (through guest blogs) while on our travels. Many of us spend a big chunk of our time on the road rather than in the office, and it's good to share some of the reasons our office chairs are often empty! Speaking publicly is an important part of our work.

Mobile, Voice-Operated Everything, and Security, Oh My! Top Nonprofit Tech for 2016

Tech Soup Blog

I always admire the NTEN Award Winners each year, but I have to say that the choice of Leon Wilson of the Cleveland Foundation for the Lifetime Achievement Award is inspired. Here's our look at the most interesting and fun things that happened in nonprofit technology this year.

Non-Boring #Tech4Good Meetings for Nonprofits

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: How to Remarket to Website Visitors via Facebook and Twitter. NetSquared organizers bring together the nonprofit technology community for face-to-face meetings. but we all know that meetings are boring! Admit it, you sometimes dread going to those all-staff assemblies.

A Mobile and Social Fundraising Success Checklist for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Follow and study the Wilderness Society , Plan International , National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM) , EarthShare , and the Cleveland Clinic. The following is an excerpt from Mobile for Good: A How-To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits.

What is the Funder’s Role in Supporting Good Measurement?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The St Luke’s Foundation in Cleveland realigned using the premises of Leap of Reason and has redefined its own role and purpose: Bigger Investments.

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Six Reasons It’s Time for Nonprofit Board Management Software

NTEN

She currently serves as Marketing and Project Coordinator at StreamLink Software in Cleveland, Ohio and plays and teaches violin in her spare time. Steph Dlugon. Marketing and Project Coordinator. Streamlink Software.

Finding a Community of Nonprofit Technology Experts

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Social Media Workshop. What if there was a place for your nonprofit to get free technology support from local experts? What if there were regular gatherings where nonprofit techies could come together to learn, laugh, and network with their peers? Well, there are!

A NetSquared Happy Holidays

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Tech4Good Holiday Happy Hour. NetSquared holds free or low-cost educational events for people and organizations who want to learn more about using technology for social good. Our events are powered by a global network of volunteers dedicated to building strong, self-sufficient, local communities of nonprofit technology practitioners. NetSquared organizers plan events because they have skills to share, want to give back, and want to make the world a better place.

Your Local Tech4Good Club Is Ready to Help

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Keeping Up with the Demands of IT Security on a Nonprofit Budget. Every month I bring you a roundup of free technology training events that will help nonprofit staffers like you build their skills.

Getting Social with Your Local Nonprofit Tech Community

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Sharing Your Story — How to Run an Effective Multi-channel Campaign. Webinars are awesome, and so are blog posts. But there's a special magic that happens when we get face to face.

Evaluating mHealth Solutions for Healthcare Organizations

Mobile Commons

At the Cleveland Clinic, for example, a patient with a smartphone can “visit” their doctor virtually through a HIPAA-compliant video feed. A revolution is underway in the healthcare industry, and it hinges on a technology that fits in your pocket.

Need Hands-on Help? NetSquared's Free Workshops Are in Your Community

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Tableau Tutorial: Free Data Visualization for Nonprofits. Technology helps nonprofits deliver on our missions more effectively, but it can also be fiendishly complicated.

Learn Nonprofit Tech Skills at a NetSquared Meetup

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Tech4Good Cleveland — Social Media Workshop. Every month NetSquared volunteers hold free or low cost educational events for people and organizations who want to use technology for social good.

NetSquared Goes to 15NTC. And Your Hometown Too

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Tech4Good Cleveland — Social Media Workshop. NetSquared believes in the power of meeting face-to-face in physical space.

Help a Nonprofit Cross the Digital Divide This Summer

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Sharing Your Story — How to Run an Effective Multi-channel Campaign. Cleveland, Ohio: Social Media Workshop. You're reading the TechSoup blog, so you're probably already comfortable with using technology in your work.

Joint Statement from Museum Bloggers and Colleagues on Ferguson and Related Events

Museum 2.0

Gretchen Jennings convened a group of bloggers and colleagues online to develop a statement about museums'' responsibilities and opportunities in response to the events in Ferguson, Cleveland and Staten Island.

Build Your Storymaking Skills with Free Events and Webinars

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: A Well-Told Story Is Powerful. TechSoup's annual Storymakers campaign launches April 4. We know that good stories power fundraising and marketing, so join one of our events to discover powerful case studies and connect with digital storytelling experts in your community.

Pulitzer and the Pedestal – Or Why Crowdfunding Needs Influencer Marketing

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

A little over a year later, President Grover Cleveland presided over the dedication ceremony. Flickr Photo by PeterJBellis. Guest post by Jesse Noyes. The outlook for the Statue of Liberty was bleak in 1885.

Spring Is Here! Get Outside and Meet Your NPTech Community

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, Ohio: Sharing Your Story. The weather is getting better now that we're firmly into spring. No more excuses are allowed about your New Year's resolution to power up your nonprofit tech skills — it's time to join a meetup and find your tribe!

The Art of Relevance Sneak Peek: How the London Science Museum Became More Relevant to Deaf Families

Museum 2.0

Think of the Subjects to Change teen program, or the free lunches at the Cleveland Public Library. This month, I'm sharing a few chapters from my new book The Art of Relevance in advance of its release.

How Networked Nonprofits Use Facebook

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Take for example the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland or Yerba Buena Center. How Networked Nonprofits Use Facebook. View more presentations from Beth Kanter. Introduction.

NetSquared Events for September: Featuring #Storymakers2014

Tech Soup Blog

Cleveland, OH: Inaugural Meeting. Storymakers is live! TechSoup’s digital storytelling challenge is open between now and September 26, 2014. Submit your digital video, five photographs, or a super-short story. We have $13,000 in prizes available! Looking for inspiration for your digital story? Join your local NetSquared group. They are holding digital storytelling events all month! No local group?

Tired of snow? Get ready to walk, run, or ride this spring!

Connection Cafe

Example: The Race , benefitting Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer. The Race (benefitting Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute) is a 1-mile run in Cleveland whose main purpose is to get kids involved in philanthropy at an early age – and show them how fun it can be! Author: Noel Beebe.

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: Research Friday: Myths about Women as.

ASU Lodestar Center

Presentation for the annual conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organzation and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), November 2009, Cleveland, OH ^ [5] Giving USA Spotlight, Issue 3, 2010, the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University/GivingUSA Foundation.

29 Nonprofit Bloggers to Follow on Twitter

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Kris Putnam-Walkerly: @Philanthropy411 from Cleveland, OH. Last week I asked the followers of @NonprofitOrgs to nominate their favorite nonprofit bloggers. The list below is the result of that “Tweet Out&#. Some on the list are very known in the nonprofit sector, and others are completely under the radar and providing some very valuable resources to the nonprofit sector.

Teaching Online Safety: Building Curriculum

Tech Soup Blog

The Cleveland Public Library put together this fantastic activity/handout on tracing your digital footprint on the Internet. Last week, TechSoup for Libraries held a webinar called Public Tech Instruction: Teaching the Public on Internet Safety.

"Google Was Our First Office": Managing a Worldwide Staff

NTEN

PT currently has fellowships in Boston, Cleveland, New York, Philadelphia, Tel Aviv, and Jerusalem -- and will be expanding next year to Europe and other cities in North America. . Efrat Ben-Dor Erez, NPTech Israel.

"Leveling the Playing Field" Through Broadband and Public Computers

NTEN

The delivery of free Internet service to low-income households, along with access to free computers or public computer centers like those developed by the WEB Dubois Learning Center at 55th and Cleveland in Kansas City, should garner more attention by the KC public and government. Matt Quinn, IT Manager, Harvesters.

Social Media Marketing for NPOs: Give Your Organization a Voice

ASU Lodestar Center

Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Carly Rowe works in the social media marketing industry in sunny Dallas, Texas. posted by Carly Rowe , Social Media Specialist. In January of this year, nonprofit organization Invisible Children released “Kony 2012,” a video about Joseph Kony. In less than 2 months, the YouTube video has gained over 100 million views and educated millions about the crimes of the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda.