Technology Evolves Fundraising, But Charleston Principles Remain Unchanged - The NonProfit TimesThe NonProfit Times

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The attorney general cites the charity for being in violation of The Charleston Principles, a set of guidelines issued in 2001 by the National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO), which 39 states and the District of Columbia rely on, to varying degrees, when governing online charitable solicitations.

VisionLink’s Strategic Advantage Department Produces Complete College America’s National STEM Careers Academy


We’ve made progress in giving students from all backgrounds access to college – but we haven’t finished the all-important job of helping them achieve a degree. Counting the success of all students is an essential first step.

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Is Your State an Employment First State?

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The Employment First State Leadership Mentoring Program is an initiative from the Office of Disability Employment Policy, a division of the Department of Labor. . Purpose of EFSLMP. Here is a list of the states selected in 2016. . District of Columbia.

The Human Rights Campaign Uses Text Messages to Engage Its Members and Drive Mobile Fundraising

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The Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group fighting for LGBT civil rights, has been hailing their banner year of political successes through celebratory updates that inform their member base and raise money to push their causes further. Dane Grams of HRC on their Mobile Successes.

IMPORTANT: Only 5 days left until Give2TheMax Day!!


Here are just a few MORE of the nonprofits you can help in this massive one-day regional fundraising effort. We’re hoping to raise millions of dollars for local DC/MD/VA nonprofits – help us get them on the roster

Slides: DC's Innovative Data Catalog


Our Web Executive Seminar last month featured a terrific case study by District of Columbia CTO Vivek Kundra on the DC Data Catalog -- an archive of over 200 data feeds. Under Kundra's leadership, the District is using simple technologies to become, arguably, one of the most transparent metropolitan governments in the nation.

Nonprofit Strategy Conference Calls from PdF

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The Personal Democracy Forum is hosting a series of three conference calls over the next month. Culture Change: How DC's Office of the Chief Technology Officer is Driving Internal Change December 16, 2010 Speaker: Bryan Sivak , Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the District of Columbia.

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The Importance of Nonprofit Workplace Culture: Learning to Move on from Your Mistakes

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But mistakes are just a part of life. For the fourth article in our nonprofit culture series, we interviewed Eric Angel of the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia —DC’s oldest and largest general civil legal services program. We’ve all been there.

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The process of refinancing student loans can be difficult. It may even seem like a tall order trying to trim down the number of loans you have and looking to get the lowest interest rate, and you may end up giving up. You must also have a history of on-time payments.

Win a Trip to the Obama Inauguration with Your Commitment to Change

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How are the first 8 days of your New Year's resolutions going? Do any of them involve serving your neighborhood, your community, or even your nation? The contest is open to people who reside in one of the 50 U.S. States, the District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico.

16 Million 2-1-1 Calls in 2009


From our colleagues at the United Way of America, an update on 2009 Call Volume: 2-1-1 call centers across the country have completed their annual survey of call traffic. This is an increase of 13% in call volume over 2008. More than 40% of the 16,235,348 callers had basic human service needs for housing, utilities, food, clothing, personal and household goods. In the basic needs category 27% of the calls were for housing and utilities and 10% for food and meals.

Top States for New Donors & Online Donors | Nonprofit Trends with.

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All Blackbaud Blogs Contact Us About Nonprofit Trends Books Research Reports Speaking Top States for New Donors & Online Donors Posted by Steve MacLaughlin on November 23rd, 2010 Blackbaud has a tremendous amount of data about the nonprofit sector.

Slides by New OMB e-Gov Head Vivek Kundra


Federal News Radio reported today that Vivek Kundra, Chief Technology Officer for the District of Columbia, has taken a position as new Office of Management and Budget administrator for e-government and information technology: Kundra comes to OMB from the Washington city government where he was chief technology officer. also oversaw the development and implementation of major citywide applications, such as online mapping and real time data feeds from 259 databases.As

Loco for Local: Regional Examples of Open Government


I was pleasantly surprised by the number of people interested or involved in local open government projects. Ever since I began hearing about Open 311 , SeeClickFix , FixMyStreet , and other projects with a local focus, I became interested in how the principles of open government would look for municipalities. Unfortunately, these aren’t the types of projects that attract media attention.

Top States for Loyal & Wealthy Donors | Nonprofit Trends with.

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All Blackbaud Blogs Contact Us About Nonprofit Trends Books Research Reports Speaking Top States for Loyal & Wealthy Donors Posted by Steve MacLaughlin on December 14th, 2010 Blackbaud has a tremendous amount of data about the nonprofit sector. Today we’ll take a look which states have the highest percentage of donors giving five or more years and donors with annual incomes greater than $100,000. That’s the power and importance of benchmarking.

6 Governments Who Set Their Data Free


And they're doing it in ways that allow people to build web applications on top of the data. communities (and readers of this blog) have heard about the federal government's initiative (and the winner of a certain Apps for America competition using these data sets). Here are a few examples: District of Columbia's Data Catalog : The District has opened up 405 data sets across multiple agencies.

Supporting Nonprofit Tech Educators Across the Globe

Tech Soup Blog

Here's your monthly roundup of free in-person #Tech4Good events. But first I'm going to show off on behalf of our NetSquared organizers. I have the very best job at TechSoup — I get to support our network of nonprofit technology event organizers.

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Hackathons for Good: Techies, Thinkers, and Activists Unite

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When you hear the term "hackathon," you might imagine a group of coders getting together to break into a protected website or engaging in some other shady activity. A number of exciting projects have come out of these events including apps made by aspiring young app developers.

Start 2017 by Building Your Tech Skills and Community

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TechSoup's NetSquared community is hosting free monthly technology meetups in 74 cities globally, but with more than 39,000 members, it can be hard to get a sense of the community's needs. To be a part of a larger nonprofit community/networking.

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

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TechSoup's NetSquared community of Tech4Good meetups is growing! As of January 25, there are 40,000 nonprofit members attending free tech networking events and workshops in 75 cities. Keep reading for a roundup of upcoming events or search the directory.

Nonprofit Tech Trends from Tech Impact

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By using data sets published by the government, they developed an interactive tool that allows child advocates and policymakers to assess health, security, and education opportunities for the most vulnerable in the District of Columbia. Take a look at the power of this information here. While apps are not new, some of the ways that they are being used by nonprofits are. One of the greatest barriers to breaking down the digital divide is bandwidth.

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New Intranet for Feeding America | Beaconfire Wire

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Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

Shovel-Ready Online Civic Projects #3: Health Care Provider Data Feed


This is the third in our series of "shovel-ready" internet projects -- Forum One's take on how to spend the the "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)" popularly known as "the stimulus package.". As usual, jargon bounced off the walls: "in-network services," "co-pays, "deductibles," "out-of-pocket," and my favorite, "Pre-existing Condition Exclusion Period.". For starters, I know of no single reliable, comprehensive health care directory.

Mr. Manager, Tear down this wall!


People curious to learn more about these trends packed a room at the National Press Club in Washington on September 16 to discuss the challenges and successes of content syndication. The speakers wasted no time discussing the values and benefits when opening up the flow of information. Some presenters jumped at the chance to defend Jeffersonian principles through the timely release and transparency of public information. NPR also requires users of its API to use a unique key.

Capital One 360 Reviews and promotions


The banking industry is literally littered with giants that have been at it for hundreds of years. You will remember a few years ago; their fame grew rapidly as a result of their amusing “what’s in your wallet?” Well, banking really is at the core of Capital one 360’s practices.

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