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How to Start a Nonprofit in Hawaii

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Hawaii is a beautiful vacation destination for many, but few have the chance to live here. Nonprofit organizations in Hawaii work tirelessly to address many of those challenges while simultaneously adding to the opportunities. Those who do have lives filled with opportunities and challenges, just like the rest of the world.

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Join Us! Nat'l VOAD Conference

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Visionlink is proud to have supported hundreds of declared disaster events across the United States, beginning with Hurricane Katrina and now active from Hawaii to Vermont, Florida to Oregon--and in many other locations across the United States. It is a community-built solution, constantly evolving and always ready.

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Ho’owaiwai: A Network in Hawaii

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It is the name of a network of public and private organizations, communities, families, individuals, financial institutions, government and funders organized to build wealth and financial stability of Hawaii’s working families. ( [link] ). It is supported by the Hawaii Community foundation and a coalition of 11 funders.

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How to Help After the Maui Wildfire

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Here are some options for you: Support the First Responders The American Red Cross and the American Red Cross of Hawaii have mobilized to open shelters, distribute emergency supplies, help with damage assessment, and locate missing loved ones. If you’re interested in donating to support relief efforts, you can make a gift here.

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The Unsung Hero in Fundraising Campaigns Isn’t Raffles—It’s Sweepstakes!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Furthermore, raffles of any kind are 100% against the law in Alabama, Hawaii, and Utah. But , raffle laws vary from state to state—in many states (13, the last time we checked), online raffles are flat-out illegal. Thus, lots of nonprofits can’t even host a raffle, or if they can, there are restrictions that make doing so a hassle. .

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Social Media Game: Hawaiian Version - Beta - My Contribution to Hawaii Geek Week

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It's Hawaii Geek Week !   Part of the Hawaii Social Media Club Workshop.  You are a campaign team for a local tourist office and you want to get visitors to Hawaii to enjoy your local restaurants, hotels, and attractions. Next week, I'm bringing the game to Hawaii Social Media Club Workshop. 

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I'm the Social Media Tourist of the Future and Other Excuses Why I'm Not At PodCamp/Word Camp Hawaii

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The amazing Roxanne Darling and many dedicated Hawaiian social media leaders have organized Podcamp and WordCamp Hawaii. The event is bringing together over 500 participants to the Hawaii Convention Center to meet some of the top podcasters, bloggers, videobloggers, social media experts, and web gurus. This trip was different.

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