Sat.Dec 08, 2018 - Fri.Dec 14, 2018

Navigating Power Dynamics to Create “Sticky” Relationships

Connection Cafe

In our last npENGAGE post , we shared some advice for establishing a trusting corporate volunteer relationship that results in not only great project outcomes, but also sets the foundation for a successful long term partnership.

7 Tips for a Successful Content Marketing Strategy

NonProfit Hub

Many nonprofit organizations are unaware of the impact content marketing can have on enhancing awareness, creating brand loyalty and generating revenue.

6 Signs Your Nonprofit Needs a New Website

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Katy Teson , a content strategist at Wired Impact , an organization seeking to make powerful websites something all nonprofits can afford. She also writes about digital marketing with helpful and actionable advice on Wired Impact’s nonprofit marketing blog and for their online guides.

Interview: Brigitte Hoyer Gosselink on the Google AI Impact Challenge

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Google.Org is giving away $25 million to humanitarian projects that use Google’s machine learning technology. The “ A.I. Impact Challenge ” is based on Google’s belief that artificial intelligence can provide new solutions to old problems and improve people’s lives.

Nonprofit Board Leadership: Advice for Companies and Nonprofits

Connection Cafe

I recently had the pleasure of attending a Better World Leadership event in NYC at which Alice Korngold presented the findings of the 2018 Nonprofit Board Leadership Study.

[PODCAST] INSPIRE with Afam Onyema

NonProfit Hub

In the first episode of Nonprofit Hub’s INSPIRE Hubcast series, our host Randy talks with Afam Onyema, co-founder of GEANCO. GEANCO’s mission is to save and transform the lives of the poor and vulnerable in Africa.

Does Your Business Need a Custom Corporate Philanthropy Platform?

Givinga

In 1970, economist Milton Friedman famously used his New York Times article’s headline to quip that a business’s only social responsibility was to increase its profits.¹. While that may have been true in the 70s, it’s no longer true today.

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Fundraising Tips to See 2018 Off the Right Way

Connection Cafe

Now almost halfway through December, the final days of the year are waning down in the season of giving. Well known as an important time of year for nonprofits and social good organizations of all types, this is a time when the iron is hot and the gifts are flowing.

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Boost Your Year-End Fundraising Push with Matching Gifts

John Haydon

The end of the year can be a fantastic time for fundraising: after all, charity and giving are among the most prominent messages of the holiday season.

Seeking Sponsors for 2019 Free Monthly Webinars, Tweet Chats, Instagram Takeovers, and Blog Posts

Nonprofit Tech for Good

For the first time, Nonprofit Tech for Good is seeking sponsorships from companies or organizations that serve the nonprofit sector. For almost a decade Nonprofit Tech for Good has been a one-person blog that has been funded primarily through income I have earned through consulting and speaking engagements.

Wild Apricot Launches Members Location Mapping

Wild Apricot

With the new location gadget you can map your members, saving your and your visitors time and effort. Check out what you can do and how to use it in this post. business-association member-location member-mapping map location

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The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 78: Last Minute Tips for Year-End Giving

Connection Cafe

The end of the year, or the “season of giving,” is important for all types of social good organizations. Year-end appeals are powerful fundraising vehicles, create additional exposure for your organization, and offer an opportunity to connect with donors on how they’ve helped you throughout the year.

How Fundraisers Can Use a Social Norms Approach to Increase Giving

Connection Cafe

Many fundraisers can attest to the power of social norms. In both anecdotes and previous research, we can see a clear link between social norms — behaviors that are common, valued and accepted by others — and charitable giving.