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Why Now is the Time to Focus on Long-Term Relationships for Fundraising

Connection Cafe

Relationships are the foundation of fundraising. Growing authentic, long-term and mutually beneficial relationships with highly engaged supporters is proven to be the most effective and sustainable development strategy, regardless of market conditions.

48 Nonprofit Twitter Experts Who Tweet Great Advice

Wild Apricot

If you’re looking for nonprofit Twitter tips, here is a list of forty-eight nonprofit experts on Twitter categorized by business area (events, volunteering, marketing, and more

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[FREE WEBINAR] How Nonprofits Can Use Crowdfunding to Raise More Money

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2020. Time: 1pm EDT / 10am PDT. Presented by: Jared Kylstad and Lauren Slocum , Charity Services Specialists at GoFundMe Charity. This webinar will walk you through the basics of crowdfunding for nonprofits.

What are the eLearning Trends of 2020?

Gyrus

We have concluded e-learning trends of 2020 that are going to redefine the industry standards. Technologies like AR/VR/MR, and AI, will soon be used to their full potential

Tips to Maintain Momentum for Your In-Person Fundraising Events Amidst COVID-19

Connection Cafe

With the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19, let’s discuss tips for maintaining momentum for your upcoming events. Fortunately, we live in a time where technology can help bring people together in new and creative ways to fundraise without the requirement of being face-to-face with one another.

The Complete Guide to Choosing a Nonprofit CMS

Wild Apricot

Your nonprofit CMS can make a huge difference in the success of your organization. This guide walks you through everything you need to know when choosing a CMS for your nonprofit

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Justin Wheeler : A Tale of Two Nonprofits

NonProfit Hub

From a nonprofit tech perspective, I’d like to share a story that I’ve seen play out countless times, and I challenge you to be honest about which description fits your organization. . Imagine two nonprofits — you probably already know them.

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Tips for a Successful Virtual Gala Experience

Connection Cafe

Spring has sprung and Gala planning is in full force. Since COVID-19 is evolving daily, the fundraisers in charge of planning galas are undoubtedly raising questions about how to navigate through this unprecedented time.

How Nonprofits Can Use Instagram Stories to Raise Awareness For Their Cause

Wild Apricot

Instagram Stories are seen by millions of people every day. Learn how your nonprofit can take advantage of this social media feature to spread the word about your cause

How To Think Outside The Box

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Here is a tip for how to think outside the box. Thanks to Michael Kallet , author of, Think Smarter: Critical Thinking to Improve Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills. To think outside the box, you have to acknowledge that the box is bound by your premise.

A Beginner’s guide to playing and Win at Online Bingo

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Many of us enjoy a game of online bingo for many reasons – it’s fun and convenient and you get the chance to win some money. Well, actually quite a lot of money. What’s not to love? However, it’s not always the easiest way to get money as this is one of the games you.

The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 138: Incorporating CSR Into Sourcing and Procurement

Connection Cafe

Corporate social responsibility and responsible business are now seen as integral to successful business operations. But have you thought about involving the sourcing and procurement process es in creating social impact? .

How can nonprofits leverage mobile technology for greater mission impact?

ASU Lodestar Center

Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by Amanda Siegal, Fall 2019 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management. Technological advancements have fundamentally changed the way people live, and they will continue to do so.

Seven Smart Things To Do To Succeed In The Future

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Here are the seven smart things you need to do to succeed in the future , according to leadership expert. John Baldoni, in his book, Lead With Purpose : Make purpose a central focus. Instill purpose in others. Make employees comfortable with ambiguity. Turn good intentions into great results.

5 Best Calorie Counter Apps Designed to Make Losing Weight Easier

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Losing weight is difficult and can be an effort in futility if you're not using the right methods. Sure, you can cut calories and exercise until the cows come home, but it can be hard to stay motivated to reach your goals.

The 2020 Foundations Excise Tax Regulations – What You Need to Know

Connection Cafe

At first thought, most people recall The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act , which the President signed into law in late 2017, as legislation that changed the rate for standard deductions and capped certain other deductions, including charitable contributions.

The People at Work

Museum 2.0

I had something different planned for today. I suspect many of you could say the same. COVID-19, the non-catchy short-form for CoronaVirus, ran roughshod over most of our days, hiding in emails and sneaking into almost all our plans. Abundance was in full effect in the corporate emails that filled my box. Caution was something I even found myself typing all afternoon. This month's topic was about the people who make up the ecosystem of work. Last week, I rambled about how work is a system.

Staying Relevant In A Fast-Changing World

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Alan Adamson , co-author of the book, Shift Ahead , says that “the ability for companies and organizations to stay relevant is being significantly challenged by the accelerating pace of change – and new ways of doing things – that are emerging with every passing day.”

Free Amazon Giveaway

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Q&A with sgLEADERS: Tim Snyder, Wake Forest University

Connection Cafe

The “Q&A with sgLEADERS” series on sgENGAGE aims to provide readers, including the next generation of social good leaders, with valuable insights from executives across the social good community.

A Guide to Remote Working for Nonprofits

Wild Apricot

If your nonprofit is considering remote working, this guide will help you decide whether it's for you and how to make it work

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Listen Up Or Lose Out

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Although people generally spend about 50 percent more time listening than speaking, the average listener misses more than he or she takes in – about two-thirds of any spoken message. That’s the unnerving findings of Robert Bolton, PH. and Dorothy Grover Bolton, ED.M.

The Three Drivers Of Motivation

Eric Jacobsen Blog