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Attention Data Nerds: The Future is Now: Mobile Strategies for Social Impact

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Guest Post: The Future is Now: Mobile Strategies for Social Impact. A Pew report released just last week declared that “the rise of mobile is changing the story” about the digital divide. In the age of mobile apps and hackathons, why is support for mobile strategies and projects lagging in the social sector?

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The Most Generous Online Giving Cities in the U.S.

Connection Cafe

107,584.00. 468,726.81. 146,069.00. 635,328.46. Bakersfield. 352,428.00. 1,506,953.97. 194,914.00. 829,916.42. 154,908.00. 656,576.28. 341,361.00. 1,446,060.98. 4,236.16. 173,470.00. 489,772.94. 116,829.00. 325,916.86. Wichita Falls. 103,931.00. 288,391.30. 501,362.00. 1,374,995.22. 126,432.00. 345,771.96. 175,561.00. 479,714.00. Gresham.

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Community Science Workshops and Shared Authorship of Space: Interview with Emilyn Green

Museum 2.0

Most Workshops also run a wide range of additional programs - supplemental school day programs, afterschool programs, mobile units that go to housing projects. And Fresno in the Central Valley--a city of 500,000, hundreds of miles from the closest science center. At that time, we expanded to Watsonville , where strawberries come from.

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