Tue.Aug 16, 2022

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How to Determine the True Cost of New Software for Your Nonprofit

NonProfit PRO

When it’s time for new software for your nonprofit, you’ll need to know how much the technology will cost. However, with custom offerings and additional fees, determining the true cost can get complicated. Here are nine critical things to consider.

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Make Change Your Most Significant Advantage


This idea from an article in the “Harvard Business Review” caught my attention. “As the shelf life of business strategies grows shorter, a corporation’s transformation capability becomes its only enduring advantage.” Authors N. Anand and Jean-Louis Barsoux go on to ask: “With serial transformations becoming the norm, a key strategic question for any corporate leader […].

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The Strength of Shared Power in Nonprofit Leadership

NonProfit PRO

Co-leadership isn’t new. It is, however, a growing trend in the nonprofit world, where we continue to explore ways to share power and strengthen our organizations’ leadership and stability.

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Earn a Certificate in Digital Marketing & Fundraising from Nonprofit Tech for Good

Nonprofit Tech for Good

101 Digital Marketing & Fundraising Best Practices for Nonprofits is a blog and webinar series offered by Nonprofit Tech for Good. Those who register and attend all three webinars in the series will earn a Certificate of in Digital Marketing & Fundraising from Nonprofit Tech for Good. The required three webinars are: Website & Email Best Practices for Nonprofits.

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How to Design a Seamless & Personalized Digital Donor Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio

The average nonprofit uses five or more different software platforms to create their donor’s journey, making the experience clunky and disjointed. If you want to design a magical online giving experience for donors, making their journey as seamless as possible is key. In this webinar with expert Tim Sarrantonio, you’ll learn the fundamental steps to create an immersive and personalized online giving experience for your donors.

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2022 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy Honorees Announced

NonProfit PRO

Five distinguished philanthropists are recipients of the 2022 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy in recognition of their extraordinary contributions. The goal of the medal is to inspire a culture of giving by honoring innovative philanthropists.

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Here’s why you need to invest in fundraising to raise more money

Hands on Fundraising

Is your fundraising program lagging? Right now, employers are searching for great fundraising professionals. The current market means people looking for work are in a greater position of power. If your organization is looking, here are a few things to consider. Fundraising that succeeds requires investment I’ll wait here while that sinks in. You have […].

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Amazing AI Images for Impact: AI Generators for Nonprofits

Whole Whale

A picture is worth a thousand words. Imagine if you didn’t need an expensive camera, artistic mastery, or a ton of time to create what was in your mind’s eye. What if you didn’t need a highly trained designer every time you needed an image for an article or report? We are about to enter into a golden age of storytelling more unbound from resource constraints than ever before.

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For the 9th Time, Cloud for Good Appears on the Inc. 5000

Cloud 4 Good

August 16, 2022 [Asheville, NC] – Today, Inc. revealed that Cloud for Good is No. 3,769 on its annual Inc. 5000 list , the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The list represents a one-of-a-kind look at the most successful companies within the economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent businesses.

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Donor Communication Done Right: How to Use Moments [+Templates]


Personalization and timing are the pillars of effective donor communications. Keeping track of important donor milestones and activities can be difficult, and without the right tools, it is impossible to notice donors’ individual milestones and reach out personally. These milestones can come and go without your donors taking note of them. But for a nonprofit, […].

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How to Set Giving Tuesday Goals & Plan Your Campaign


Setting a goal for GivingTuesday starts with assessing your reasons for participating. Besides donations, think about what you hope to gain from your GivingTuesday efforts. For many nonprofits, the answer is new donors. What better way to draw in new supporters than a worldwide, community-based appeal with recognizable branding? Last year, 35 million people and Read More ».

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Nonprofits Are Leveraging the Cloud, but Does It Have to Be So Complex?

Effectively managing cloud technology is getting more complex. From cybersecurity concerns, vendor lock-in, cost increases, or lack of transparency on costs, it can quickly get out of control. Knowing what you can control and finding a platform that’s built with nonprofits in mind is key.

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Media Cause Recognized on the 2022 Inc. 5000 Annual List

Media Cause

For the Fourth Time, Mission-Driven Advertising and Marketing Agency is Named to the Inc. 5000. Today, Inc. announced that Media Cause is recognized on its annual Inc. 5000 list , the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The list represents a one-of-a-kind look at the most successful companies within the economy’s most dynamic segment–its independent businesses.

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AFP Arizona State Conference


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How Managed IT from TechSoup Supports the Midwest Assistance Program

Tech Soup

The Midwest Assistance Program (MAP) and its all-remote team help rural and tribal communities tackle issues with their utility infrastructure. TechSoup recently supported MAP's tech needs with the Managed IT service ,* empowering MAP to continue providing its services to communities all across the Midwest.

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Using Waivers to Protect Your Nonprofit: 4 Strategies


As a nonprofit professional, you’re well aware of the many legal matters your organization has to be on top of to continue operating without interruption. These legal considerations range from federal and state registration requirements to agreements between your nonprofit and your volunteers. To protect your nonprofit, neither big nor small legal matters should be overlooked.

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Nonprofit Technology Kick Start: Free World Class Board Meeting Software

Looking for cost reductions for your nonprofit? Why not consider modernizing with a digital board management system that's designed to work with remote meetings, with immediate cost reductions if you still distribute paper packets to members? Get going in less than an hour on a fully hosted cloud solution built on the latest technology that runs on any device - from desktops to tablets and smartphones - without any installation.

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Successful Fundraising Diversity That is Simple, Accessible, and Inclusive

Greater Giving

Your fundraising approach may be excluding valuable donors. If you aren’t making fundraising diversity a priority in your strategy, you are leaving dollars—and support—on the table. Virtual events are successful because they are easily accessible. Over and over, we saw nonprofits hold massively successful virtual events at the height of the pandemic.

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The great restructure: Gender inequity culture in the nonprofit sector


As we get ready to observe Women’s Equality Day on August 26, we celebrate and advocate for women having an equal voice. . Gender equality within nonprofits is not a special project. It should not be a consideration for a better bottom line, nor should it be cut when funding is tight. After all, women account for half the population in the world and more than half in nonprofit organizations.