Tue.Jan 21, 2020

How Game On Cancer Cracked the Code on Engaging Physicians and Cancer Survivors

Connection Cafe

Without the backing of a national organization’s flashy brand, sexy advertising campaign , or robust budget – engaging grateful patients at a local level can sometimes feel impossible.

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3 Vital Resources for Nonprofit Start-Ups

Blue Fox

How to Start a Nonprofit? Last week our CEO received a phone call that started like this: “Hi Chantal, I’m staring a nonprofit in Delaware and could use some support getting my organization off the ground.

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10 Awesome Apps For Creators Who Produce Content On the Go

Find the free stuff

Digital nomadism, global implementation of remote work policies, and the growing influence of the blogosphere. These are the trends that let creative professionals and enthusiasts work anywhere they want. But is it any possible to create anything from scratch away from the computer?

NonProfit Work and Us

Museum 2.0

Alison Koch shared these thoughts originally as part of Museum Computer Network 's 2019 Ignite. As I sat in an aerie above the stage, I DM'd her to ask her to share her remarks here. They were that true and that powerful. I hope you enjoy them.

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How to Monetize Your Youtube Channel?

Find the free stuff

It’s no secret that people are making money by creating and sharing videos on YouTube. But, how can a person earn on YouTube? Creating and sharing videos is not just all you have to do to earn a decent living via this platform. You need a strong base of followers or subscribers to earn money.

Social Media Fundraising: 6 Tips to Make It Work for You

Wild Apricot

Interested in using the power of social media in your fundraising but unsure of where to start? We’ve outlined 6 tips to make the platforms work for you

Must-Read Book For Nonprofit Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you lead a nonprofit organization, the one hour it will take you to read Peter F. Drucker's book called, The Five Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization , will be well worth it. This book may fundamentally change the way you work and lead your organization.

The Future of Mission-Based Work

Museum 2.0

Usually, I'm really positive and optimistic. In many ways, I want to believe the future is what we can make. Though, sometimes when I do literature review for projects, I find myself depressed on the future of the field. There are so many possible futures that would suck. How do we make sure the future is the one we want? Alison Koch offers her thoughts about this. I included these ideas in a month about wellness, because as you see from her remarks, the future is about each of us.