8 Nonprofits Championing Environmental Sustainability on Earth Day


When our lives shifted around social distancing rules, our appreciation for the environment bloomed. All participants receive a virtual Earth Day kit with a face mask, trash bags, information to clean up litter in the local community, and some fun stickers.

18 Successful (Yet Untapped) Fall Fundraising Ideas


Now is the time to take a good look at your plans for the final months of the year and find a fun, unique fall fundraiser that will make you and your donors feel comfortable and supported. To make it even more fun, consider having a local celebrity (i.e. It’s fall y’all.

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The Importance of Nonprofit Workplace Culture: Learning to Move on from Your Mistakes

NonProfit Hub

It’s inevitably in our human nature (and we’re pretty sure a scientific law?). So make sure your staff knows that, and also knows that you’re working in an encouraging workplace environment where you can learn from mistakes. The primary motivator for people to come here is belief in the mission, but I think making sure that the office culture is both really inspiring and fun is really important to attracting talent, and then retaining people when they’re here,” Eric said. “We

8 Creative Fundraising Ideas to Advance Your Mission

Connection Cafe

Note: there are rules and regulations associated with raffles custom to each state; make sure to check your state’s laws. They generated awareness, strengthened their brand and are having fun! This environment can increase visibility and lead to new possibilities. Good luck on your fundraising efforts and don’t forget to have fun. Fundraising for your cause is exciting, challenging and should be unique to your mission.

How to Train and Develop Millennials Today?


There are some really fun ones out there, about how millennials are weaker than their parents, and how their neurological wiring explains their short attention spans. As such, we are comfortable in most environments, are quick to adapt at the introduction of a foreign software and interface, and willing to take on complicated items they may seem daunting to the world before us. How to Train and Develop Millennials.

SOCAP: The Market at the Intersection of Money and Meaning

Tech Soup Blog

I thought it might be fun to recount a perfectly random cross-section of folks who came by chat at the TechSoup booth on a Tuesday at the SOCAP event. This is a new Croatian company that has developed an affordable device that allow disabled people to control their environment with voice commands like ‘turn on the lights’ Miroslav Vrankic was trolling the conference looking for U.S.

Has Your Organization Thought Through its Social Media Policy?


A volunteer group put on a Fun Day. What may be just one fun photo of a staff member can destroy the professionalism of your office. There are many things you need to consider: Should your on-line presence adhere to the same laws as your physical space? "We advise establishing codes of behavior that apply in any circumstance when an employee is acting as a company representative, whether in a real or virtual environment." Dee Albritton, Fast Forward.

Interview with Lux Mean: Teaching Cambodians in Rural Areas To Blog

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I earned a bachelor of law from Royal University of Law and Economics in 2003. I find that blog is interesting and helpful for Cambodian young people as well as fun. I hope young people will put their issues on their blogs (health, employment, environment in their communities, education, gangsters ??? Lux Mean works for the IRI. He is currently training young people in Cambodia's provincial areas how to blog.

[VIDEO] Building Your Nonprofit’s Engagement Engine


Always fun. This is always fun to be here with the smart crowd at Bloomerang. These are all channels that your organization can direct and basically do whatever you want with, within reason and the law, at your own discretion.

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iLaw: Cyber Strategy for a Developing Nation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Even though he refers to himself in the backgrounder piece given to participants prior to the lecture as " Billion Dollar Charlie " and is the Weld Professor of Law and founder of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School , the first principle in the project was "the Berkman Center did not come with a project or technology, but rather to amplify a project of Jamaica, from Jamaica, for Jamaica." Photos of the slides.

[VIDEO] Young Professionals and Junior Boards: Beyond the Kid’s Table to Meaningful Engagement


I see fun. Corinne: Fun a couple of times. Sarah: Fun fact, all millennials are older than Google. So it’s a very, very relaxed group, but they get a lot done, and they have a lot of fun doing it.

Observations from The Tech Virtual Museum Workshop, Month 1

Museum 2.0

Our proto-users are artists, architects, university professors, mathematicians, engineers who have already been experimenting with creating interactive environments and objects within the virtual world. Second Life presents a whole new set of rules--governing everything from social interactions to the laws of physics--that have jolted me and museum colleagues out of the boxes in which we typically develop exhibits.

Game Friday: Playing in Real-Time

Museum 2.0

There's a reason murder mystery dinners are more fun when they're the real deal than when you take them out of a box. Similarly, orienteering on your own isn’t as fun as taking part in an adventure race. There are on-demand games, like chess, that are available in playing environments like Washington Square or Yahoo Games. They do so not to raise the adrenaline but to create environments more directly related to potential real situations.

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Community Funded Reporting: Interview with David Cohn of Spot.us

Have Fun - Do Good

It's not fun for some people. They have a magazine called Race, Poverty and Environment Magazin e. Another one that I wanted to do would be, and that I'm actually looking into, is it's California law that if you lay off 50 people or more in the next six months you have to announce that and make that public. And in some ways, part of the fun of doing Spot.us That sounds really nerdy, but it can actually be really fun.

Solutionary Women: Alli Chagi-Starr, Ilyse Hogue, Melinda Kramer and Reem Rahim

Have Fun - Do Good

One is called Have Fun * Do Good , which is my personal blog; BlogHer , which is a network of women bloggers; NetSquared , which is about how nonprofits can use the social web for social change; and also the San Francisco branch of WorldChanging , which is talking about what are different solutions, particularly focusing on green solutions, happening in the Bay Area. One of the fun things about sitting up here is Britt and I went to college together. Because it's fun.

10 Steps to Extension Professional 2.0 Remix

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

So, now is the fun part. You may be wondering whether copyright laws and remix culture are at odds with one another. library, and nonprofit environments is mainly due to the benefits offered. Next week I'm doing a Webinar for Extension Professionals , a remix of 10 Steps to Association 2.0 which was a remix of Marnie Webb 's Ten Ways Nonprofits Can Change the World. I'm having to quiet some inner Gollums while working on the presentation materials. I'm nervous.

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Brahm Ahmadi, People's Grocery, Podcast Transcript

Have Fun - Do Good

Our youth are working creatively to create other ways of communicating those messages in terms of workshops and presentations that are fun, engaging, and cool, and that's a very important aspect. Oakland has changed its laws in the last few years where you have to pay per transfer. urban garden environment justice food This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5