Wed.Jun 01, 2011

What’s Mobile have to do with Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Events? Answer: 1.43%


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25 SMART Social Media Objectives

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

At Zoetica , we’ve been working on a peer learning project with arts organizations called “ Leveraging Social Media &# based on the social media lab.

Trending Sources

Three Must-Haves On Your Nonprofit’s Blog

Nonprofit Tech for Good

As I have said many times, I was a reluctant blogger. I did not think the Internet needed another blogger. But I was wrong. So wrong.

Top 25 Social Media Blogs for Businesses


Sooo excited that SocialFishing made Kristi Hines’ list of the Top 25 Social Media Blogs for Businesses. We’re listed alongside such top-ranked mainstays as Mashable, Convince and Convert, Hubspot and Smartbrief on Social Media – these guys are used to it, of course, but for us this is always pretty big deal. But, as ever, it’s not us being on the list that matters – but the pointer to other great blogs in case you are looking for more social media resources.

Creating Your Generosity Plan: Kathy LeMay, Raising Change

Have Fun - Do Good

" 'Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.' I really believe that when each of us finds what that is, and we do what we can, with what we have, where we are, I think you're just going to see shifts in the world like we've never seen before."

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Should E-Waste Be the Primary Focus of Green IT?

Tech Soup Blog

This month, David Moschella of Computer Sciences Corporation touched off the latest flap in a recurrent debate on what the most important part of green IT is. In an opinion piece published by ComputerWorld called The Green IT Movement has Lost the Plot he makes the case that improving the energy efficiency of IT equipment is the wrong primary emphasis for green IT. It should be dealing with e-waste and getting some decent electronics recycling in place worldwide.

Phase 13

ASU Lodestar Center Blog: How to Start a Nonprofit Organization.

ASU Lodestar Center

So, you're thinking about starting a nonprofit organization. You have a fantastic idea, but are you ready? Do you have everything you need before you begin? Is starting a nonprofit the right path for you

Daily DoGooder: My Waters On Fire Tonight (The Fracking Song)

See What's Out There

Change the world, one video at a time.My Waters On Fire Tonight (The Fracking Song) | 2:33 Pro Publica This entertaining video offers a concise explanation of the many issues around natural gas drilling, including its dangers and the need for regulation. The use of a catchy song, which invites repeated viewings,

Choosing a Low-Cost Donor Management System


Event Price: 40.00. EventDate: July 19, 2011 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm. Type: Live Training. The right database can help you track all of your contacts and related data in a manageable, efficient way that ensures your information is current, accessible and reportable. Join Idealware for a closer look at the most commonly used, affordable databases and what each might offer your organization. Event Link: event_KEY.

Charity Tax Group in talks on free Gift Aid database - Third Sector

AFP Blog

Charity Tax Group in talks on free Gift Aid database - Third Sector : "It has approached commercial suppliers about initiative intended to cut red tape for the sector The Charity Tax Group is talking to commercial suppliers about developing a free Gift Aid database that it says would reduce red tape for charities.

FREE! New Trends in Donor Management


Event Price: 0.00. EventDate: July 7, 2011 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm. Type: Live Training. We all know that the right database can make managing donation histories, contact information, and other critical donor information easier. But how is the market changing? What new features and functions are available? Event Link: event_KEY. Presenter: Jay Leslie. Andrea Berry. Managing Constituents Back Office & Operations

Creating Digital Signs at Butler Library

Tech Soup Blog

This post was authored by Matthew Maine, computer support technician at the Butler Area Public Library in Pennsylvania, and originally appeared on the TechSoup for Libraries Blog. Technological advances are forcing constant changes in libraries. across the nation.