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Columbus Foundation’s Big Give generates $10.5 million in donations, up from $8.5 million last time - Columbus - Business First

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Columbus Foundation’s Big Give generates $10.5 million last time - Columbus - Business First : The Columbus Foundation facilitated nearly $10.5 million in donations, up from $8.5 million in donations to 569 local nonprofits through its online fundraiser that wrapped up Wednesday morning

College students devise apps for nonprofits | The Columbus Dispatch

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College students devise apps for nonprofits | The Columbus Dispatch : The OSU students were among about 70 from 11 colleges participating in the event sponsored by JPMorgan Chase & Co. at the bank’s massive McCoy Center at Polaris. Chase started “Code for Good” in February.

Ohio State professor uses satellite images to aid Nepal relief effort | The Columbus Dispatch

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Ohio State professor uses satellite images to aid Nepal relief effort | The Columbus Dispatch : "But after a magnitude 7.8 via Blog this

Bank contest puts good causes in competition | The Columbus Dispatch

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Bank contest puts good causes in competition | The Columbus Dispatch: "'Looking at it in a purely positive light, you could say if their business platform can help someone in need, that's worth celebrating,' Doug Kridler, president and CEO of the Columbus Foundation, said of the bank's campaign.'Is

The Evolution of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising and the Rise of DIY

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the Pelotonia cycling event in Columbus, Ohio), Unusual (e.g. The Early Days. Overall top thirty revenue grew nearly 10% from 2008 to 2016.

Jumping for Joy at the Association of Zoos and Aquariums Annual Conference

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I am privileged to be on the Arts & Cultural team here at Blackbaud as an account manager for accounts in the western region of the U.S. Solution?

Find an Awesome Nonprofit Tech Training Near You

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. and the leaves are starting to change color. Join us! event

Start Your September with New Tech Skills

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum: Google Analytics Overview. Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Prefer to go at your own pace? event

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Start 2017 by Building Your Tech Skills and Community

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Why Are You a NetSquared Member? The top options were. Join us!

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Getting Social with Your Local Nonprofit Tech Community

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum: E-Recycling. Webinars are awesome, and so are blog posts. Want to learn about PCI compliance? Join us!

Spring Is Here! Get Outside and Meet Your NPTech Community

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum: Digital Storytelling. Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum: E-Recycling. Storymakers. Saturday, May 14.

Meet Your Local NetSquared Organizer at #17NTC

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. NetSquared believes in the power of meeting face to face in physical space. Watch out! Seattle, Washington.

Is There a Community of #Tech4Good Activists Waiting for You?

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Find your closest NetSquared group. Africa. Europe and the UK.

Why is "World Class" so Classist?

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The Columbus Museum of Art is "world class" for its commitment to inviting visitors to engage with art with all their senses. And so on.

A NetSquared Happy Holidays

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GroundWork group in Columbus, Ohio. 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.

Get Fundraising Tips at a NetSquared Community Event

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Fall has arrived, and with it comes fundraising season! Feeling overwhelmed? and the globe. Upcoming Events.

Saint Raymond Catholic Church: Adapting Marketing Tools

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This is the story of how two church members helped Saint Raymond Catholic Church make significant IT improvements at almost no cost. It will be a $2.3

Dangerous/Ridiculous: Reflections on AAM

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Merilee Mostov and the Columbus Museum of Art. If you are interested in innovation in in-gallery experiences, get thee to Columbus.

Quick Hit: Upcoming Workshops and Webcast Talks

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I've experienced all kinds of fabulous museums and participatory experiences from Stockholm to Columbus, Ohio, many of which I will be sharing soon on this blog. I'm reaching the end of another heavy travel jag. It's affordable ($15 for morning plus lunch, $40 for afternoon workshop) and there are still spots available.

How Arts Organizations Win Gold Medals in Social Media

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Flickr Photo - Of Small Things. Gold Medaling in Social Media and Arts Organizations, guest post by James Nickerson. moment. Our group also discussed.

Engagement, Distraction, and the Puzzle of the Puzzle

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Note: Thanks to Lisa Hochstein for allowing me to quote her emails in this post. She is a fabulous and thoughtful artist. But Lisa questioned this.

Build Your Storymaking Skills with Free Events and Webinars

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum: Assistive Technology. TechSoup's annual Storymakers campaign launches April 4. Thursday, March 31.

Kids and Philanthropy: Teaching Your Children To Be Charitable

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When I was a kid, Lucy the Elephant , was in a state of disrepair. I baked a lot of cupcakes with my mom for those bake sales.

Storymakers Past Winners: In Their Own Words

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" Our first place video for 2012 was by Columbus, Ohio based Dave Thomas Foundation. Our story challenges get lots of attention.

Research Friday: Strengthening the Economy through Civic Engagement

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posted by. Patsy Kraeger, Ph.D. Welcome to Research Friday ! We have long known that civic engagement strengthens democratic systems. Voting.

Supporting Nonprofit Tech Educators Across the Globe

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Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. Columbus, Ohio: Nonprofit IT Forum. They're having a huge impact. Please join NTEN (and me!)

On the Future of Braille: Thoughts by Radical Braille Advocates

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Guest Beneblog by Betsy Beaumon, VP and General Manager, Benetech’s Global Literacy Program. Accordingly, U.S. This is important here in the U.S.,

11NTC Science Fair Preview: Giveaways and Even More Giveaways!

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The winner can attend a GA101 or GA301 in DC (March 29-31), Columbus (April 11-13), Boston (May 18-20) or NYC (June 7-9). The 2011 Nonprofit Technology Conference kicks off tomorrow and one of the key elements to Community Day is the Science Fair. The Science Fair isn't like a typical conference exhibit hall. Want to share it? Seriously.

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NetSquared Events to Cure Your Social Media Ailments

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Columbus, Ohio: Formatting … Styles …Themes — Do You Know How They Can Help or Hurt You in Microsoft Office Programs? Louis?

Study Released: Untapped Opportunity to Engage High Dollar Nonprofit Donors via Social

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New research funded by the Columbus Foundation, The San Francisco Foundation and The Saint Paul Foundation demonstrates that High dollar donors — especially 30-49 year-olds — use the social web, but have yet to be engaged by strong, trustworthy philanthropic organizations. The full executive summary of the study is available for download.

The Institute for eHealth Equity Combines the Power of the Pulpit with the Power of Text Messages to Help People Live Healthier Lives

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In 2014, the Institute launched a pilot program in Atlanta, Columbus, and Dallas. They know that people read text messages.

Need Your Help for a BlogHer Post: Kids and Philanthropy

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I'm working on what has become my annual holiday post at BlogHer on the topic: Helping kids understand why it is better to give than to receive.

A Social Survey for Social Causes

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Flickr , Robert F. That in any time, but especially bad economic times, we need our nonprofit industry working to help ailing parts of our society?

A Charitable Giving Stimulus Package?

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It's hard times and many nonprofits are and will experience the pain of tightening budgets and perhaps worse. What will you do this holiday season

The NPR Bump for SharingHope.TV

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For example, the Salvation Army has set up a system where people in Columbus, Ohio, can text the word “kettle&# to the organization, and the phone carrier adds $5 to the texter’s phone bill. Thanks to our good friend Omar we got mentioned on National Public Radio a few days ago. Head over there and drop a comment on them.

Change from the Inside: A Conversation with COSI

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COSI is a hands-on science center in Columbus, Ohio. What can we do to grow Columbus as a tech hotspot and energize kids about technology?”

Becoming Generous Thieves: Notes from the Museums in Conversation Keynote

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WOSU programs happen at the museum, and they collaborate as partners to host other events for the growing Columbus non-profit and media fields.

GiveMN Raises $14 Million Online in 24 Hours!

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   Last November, The Columbus Foundation's Power Philanthropy Day was highly successful , raising over $1 million dollar. 

The Great Good Place Book Discussion Part 3: Pockets of Third Places

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If you ask me if this effort to be a third place for people in Columbus has been successful I will tell you yes… and no. I became confused.

Federal Marriage Amendment Debate Begins

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distributing 10 million postcards to Knights of Columbus members, organizing ???Protect The fight for family equality and marriage equality are inextricable linked. Some very powerful people do not want to make marriage inclusive of our families, even though marriage would provide responsibilities as well as rights. ???I I don???t s office.