July, 2019

FEMA Partnership Day

VisionLink

Join us at the FEMA NVOAD Partnership Day! This is an annual event designed to bring together governmental disaster agencies, non governmental agencies, faith-based organizations and private sector providers who support disaster responders.

10 Ways to Make Your Nonprofit’s Fundraising More Social

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Tereza Litsa , Social Media Manager at Lightful , a simple social media management platform for nonprofits. Online fundraising is becoming more popular each year. It is offering new opportunities for nonprofits to improve their fundraising success while trying out new channels.

Artificial Intelligence for Good: A Few Good Articles To Read #AI4Good

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Allison Fine, my co-author for the Networked Nonprofit , and I are actively researching the use of AI for Good, in particular to scale giving and spread generosity. It was almost ten years ago that we published the Networked Nonprofit during the early days of social media and networks.

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Hello Museum World!

Museum 2.0

Hello World! Or maybe hello museum world! I feel a bit like a child walking around in someone else’s, slightly bigger shoes taking over this wonderful blog. The metaphor certainly works in terms of filling big shoes. But, I like that metaphor for another reason.

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The Fundraising Trends of 2019 You Don’t Want to Miss

NonProfit Hub

If you’re looking for ways to boost your 2019 fundraising efforts for your nonprofit organization, you’re in the right place. There’s no better way to do so than by knowing the trends within your niche.

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Ignite their Passion! The Resurgence of Values-Based Marketing

Connection Cafe

You’ve probably seen it but not realized it: an Airbnb ad that doesn’t show pictures of fun travel destinations. A Nike ad with Colin Kaepernick’s face. A New York Times ad that doesn’t mention the news. Values-based marketing is omnipresent, but often goes without notice.

The 6 Modules Of Human Resource Software

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

For a company or a business in operation, one of the major areas of concern was human resource accounting but the advent of the hr software has made this rather easy and manageable.

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Just One Good Tip To Address Nonprofit Workload Stress

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Unleashing Museum 2.0

Museum 2.0

I spent last week with the OF/BY/FOR ALL team at the Skid Row School for Large Scale Change. At the end of the training, we each wrote a statement in the form of “I used to believe / now I believe.”

Getting People to Trust in Your New Nonprofit

NonProfit Hub

Okay, you did it. You’ve finally turned that idea into a reality and started your own nonprofit. Great job! But the work is far from over. . Donors are one of the most ? if not the most ? important parts of keeping your vision alive.

4 Important Membership Trends Every Museum Needs to Consider

Connection Cafe

It’s 2019, and a whole lot is changing in the museum and nonprofit world. Organizations need to determine how they fit into the transforming digital landscape and anticipate the changing expectations of their visitor and member base.

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How to Get More Results out of your Learning Management System?

Gyrus

A learning management system (LMS) is a huge asset for your organization in achieving training needs. From onboarding to training your employees and preparing them for future challenges, an LMS is your friend that guides you in the right direction

8 Best Practices for Nonprofit Event Fundraising

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Okay, so you’ve decided you’re going to throw a nonprofit fundraising event… virtual high fives.

#AI4Good: Augmenting Human Interaction

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Allison Fine, my co-author for the Networked Nonprofit , and I are actively researching the use of AI for Good, in particular to scale giving and to spread generosity. We are particularly interested in the human side of AI and how it will augment the work of fundraisers and support donors.

Do we like our visitors?

Museum 2.0

Me at the Norman Rockwell Museum Before we get to today’s topic, I want to start with a thank you. I’ve received some many notes, emails, DMs, and tweets of support this month. Your responses are so cheering, and I’m thrilled to get them.

Using Social Science to Strengthen Your Fundraising

NonProfit Hub

At its core, fundraising is a persuasive craft. It involves using rational and emotional appeals to move listeners and readers to take some action, like making a gift or volunteering time in support of your cause.

The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 106: The Power of Movements

Connection Cafe

This episode was originally published on April 5, 2018 as part of Blackbaud’s previous Raise & Engage Podcast. In recent years we’ve seen the power of movements. Movements can create trends, bring people together in support of a common cause, and drive meaningful and significant change.

MilesWeb Cloud Hosting: Best and Affordable for Your Small Business Website

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

In simple words, cloud computing is a type of computing based on the internet. In the past, people used to run applications or programs from software downloaded on a physical computer or server in their own place.

7 Keys to an Effective Social Media Ambassador Program

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Melissa Russom , a communications strategist who helps nonprofit organizations clarify their brand and message to engage more meaningfully with the people who matter most to them. We trust people more than we trust companies. It’s that simple. .

Learning Management Systems: Anticipation vs. Reality

Gyrus

A learning management system is one of the most talked-about topics in the global business world. Be it a large scale organization or a small scale one, an LMS is known to commit endless benefits or rewards to the business owner. But, is it really so?

Feelings and Participation

Museum 2.0

Me with a friend As I keep saying, I’ve been to a few museums of late. In reflecting on the sample, I’ve made some broad reflections on museum workers and visitors. Today, I wanted to think about participatory elements, something so essential to this blog. Before I do, I wanted to tell you I'm not picking the best of the best, but rather ones that I illustrated my themes. In this field, we are definitely low on praise and even lower on profit. Awards can be incredibly gratifying.

How should nonprofits develop a high-performance culture?

ASU Lodestar Center

Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by Karen Kormendy Spring 2019 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management.

Telling Your Impact Story with Donor Statements

Connection Cafe

Information and technology are at the center of everything we do. This is something highlighted often here on npENGAGE as we think about new ways the landscape of fundraising is changing due to the world becoming smaller and more transparent.

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How To Double Your Shopping App Revenue

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Mobile world has become a huge part of our lives.Not too early, but just about 20 years ago it took so many days, even weeks to get a piece of information from books and encyclopedias. Now, mobile users can do anything with their mobile devices within seconds.

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A Nonprofit’s Guide to Risk Management

NonProfit Hub

It’s a big world out there. As a nonprofit, there are plenty of opportunities to take and tough decisions to make. But with everything you do, there’s some amount of risk that comes with it. It can be hard to know where you’re vulnerable and which bases you forgot to cover. That’s where we come in. Risk management is something that needs to be a priority for nonprofit and for-profit businesses alike?especially especially today. What do we mean by “risk management”?

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The Next Big Thing in Learning Management Systems

Gyrus

E-learning has considerably changed the way we learn and access knowledge online. With its ever-growing demand, reports assume that the e-learning global market would reach $331 billion by 2025.

100 Courses in 100 Days for Alzheimer’s

Givinga

What could have been a short golf trip turned into 100 courses in 100 days, as the 57 year old Bostonian Dave Blakelock recognized the opportunity to do something big.

5 Features a Nonprofit Must Have in a Social Media Management Tool

John Haydon

Social media can be incredibly helpful for nonprofits in numerous ways. It’s probably the best method to share news and updates about the organization as well as the cause.

How to Write Effective Web Copy (Part 2): Make It Stick

Connection Cafe

Any time your organization puts anything online—e.g., a website, email, social media post, etc.—your your primary goal should always be to make an impression, to stick in the mind of the reader.

Seven Important Tips To Consider When Searching For The Best SEO Company In Melbourne

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Many moons ago, before Altavista and Dogpile succumbed to Google, search engine optimisation (S.E.O) used to be as a simple and easy like taking candy from a baby. All it took for your website to be on ranked highest on search engine results was merely repeating a keyword over and over again.

How can nonprofits effectively recruit and retain high-performing employees?

ASU Lodestar Center

Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by Jennifer Brauer Spring 2019 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management.

4 Reasons to Launch Your Team of Passionate Messengers Today

Wild Apricot

Learn how to get your passionate team off the ground and spreading your mission

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3 Reasons Learning Management Systems are Beneficial to Manufacturers

Gyrus

Technology will keep evolving with time, creating a gap between what you know today and what you must know tomorrow. It is inherent that technology advances will bring- skill gaps, which if not bridged within time, can be very perilous for any industry, especially the manufacturing industry

A Nonprofit’s Guide to Risk Management

NonProfit Hub

It’s a big world out there. As a nonprofit, there are plenty of opportunities to take and tough decisions to make. But with everything you do, there’s some amount of risk that comes with it. It can be hard to know where you’re vulnerable and which bases you forgot to cover. That’s where we come in. Risk management is something that needs to be a priority for nonprofit and for-profit businesses alike?especially especially today. What do we mean by “risk management”?

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The Ultimate Social Good Playlist for Your Summer Road Trip

Connection Cafe

Summer is far from over! There are still many weekend getaways, road trips, and beach vacations to be had.

Ecom Elites Reviews: The Ultimate Dropshipping Course Online

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Have ever played a video on YouTube and a person promoting their business course appeared as a commercial? We all did. There are so many courses trying to convince you to give them money and learn how to become an e-commerce entrepreneur.

What is the impact of restricting donations, and how does a nonprofit find balance?

ASU Lodestar Center

Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by Heather Aal Spring 2019 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management. Not all revenue streams are created equal in the nonprofit sector. They are often riddled with limitations and unrealistic expectations.