Your Official #18NTC Local's Guide to New Orleans

EveryAction

Visit this long-time New Orleans favorite and join the ranks of notable past patrons such as Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams. The bar itself carries as much history as the famous beverage; once a favorite haunt of Famed Louisiana Governor and U.S. We're just a few weeks away from one of the most highly anticipated nonprofit conferences of the year , and we're so excited to be headed down South to the Big Easy!

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Your Official #NN18 Local's Guide to New Orleans

EveryAction

Visit this long-time New Orleans favorite and join the ranks of notable past patrons such as Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams. The bar itself carries as much history as the famous beverage; once a favorite haunt of Famed Louisiana Governor and U.S. We're just a few weeks away from one of the most highly anticipated nonprofit conferences of the year , and we're so excited to be headed down South to the Big Easy!

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Covid-19 and Museum

Museum 2.0

As a Historic Interpreter for Telfair Museums, I would lead visitors through the Owens-Thomas House and Slave Quarters on a 45 minute guided tour of antebellum Savannah history discussing politics and urban slavery. We discussed our passion for history, art, and education.

Thank You RCI Customers!

Tech Soup Blog

We have a long history of championing electronics recycling. Using the University of Tennessee Electronics Environmental Benefits Calculator , here is a snapshot of how the TechSoup RCI program — and our customers — have done the Earth some good by extending the life of and reusing equipment since 2005: For years we have been trumpeting the environmental impact of reuse, but we were surprised at how significant it is for 50,000 refurbished devices.

Five Winning Attributes of Winning Fundraisers

NonProfit Hub

One evening I called a jovial gentleman from Tennessee. The subject turned to my area of study, history. Major-gifts officers, and fundraisers in general, need to be a lot of things to be successful at what they do. Let’s take a look at some of the winning attributes of winning fundraisers. The last one may surprise you! (1) 1) Individuals in charge of fundraising need to be in tune with their NPO’s finances so they can set goals that are strategic, effective and attainable.

10 Ways Geolocation is Changing the World

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In 2008, we had the Tennessee coal ash spill , which was billed as “the largest environmental disaster of its kind in the United States.&# Protests, natural disasters, sporting events, parties, political crises…real-time information about anything happening anywhere at any time, as well as the history of what happened.

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"It Is What It Is," and the Challenges of Dialogue-Focused Exhibits

Museum 2.0

A volunteer manager at a major US history museum once told me about a failed dialogue program in which older volunteers would sit in rocking chairs on an exhibit component themed to look like a front porch. Or this one of the team touring a farm in Tennessee and discussing the differences between American and Iraqi burial rituals. I sat down this morning to write a negative review of an exhibit. Now, two hours of YouTube exploration later, I'm not sure what I think.

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Nonprofit CRM Trends Plus How to Choose an eCRM - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Care2

He grew up in Tennessee, got a history degree from Harvard, worked in Manhattan for the Edison Project, then bought a home in Toronto where he rests and plays with his wife and their two sons ages 11 and 7. frogloop Home frogloop Home Receive monthly updates Subscribe to our RSS feed Follow frogloop on Twitter Most Popular Posts Social Network ROI Calculator Social Networking for Nonprofits: ROI, Tracking Tools and More "While Theyre Hot!"

All for Green, and Green for All: An Interview with Van Jones

Have Fun - Do Good

Van: Well, we are on the right side of history with this one, I mean at the end of the day, we are on a completely unsustainable course as a society. It's kind of lonely, and it gets kind of weird sometimes--I'm talking to Sharon Stone or Bill Clinton or Angelina Jolie or something, and I say, "Damn, I'm a long way from West Tennessee."

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