Olmert chat is offered in unconventional charity drive | JPost | Israel News

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Olmert chat is offered in unconventional charity drive | JPost | Israel News : The nonprofit organization Aleh is offering a video chat with Olmert as the prize in an unconventional online raffle that will help fund a mobility hoist that provides safe and dignified transport of children with severe disabilities

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Local philanthropists look to power of the masses for gift-giving venture - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News

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Local philanthropists look to power of the masses for gift-giving venture - Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News : An Israeli-South African couple is hoping to convince even the most lackadaisical gift-givers to donate to charity online with a few simple clicks.

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Chronicle of Philanthropy asks: Has your fund-raising video raised money? | The Fundermentalist | JTA - Jewish & Israel News

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The Fundermentalist | JTA - Jewish & Israel News: "Chronicle of Philanthropy asks: Has your fund-raising video raised money?By Chronicle of Philanthropy asks: Has your fund-raising video raised money? | By Jacob Berkman  July 9, 2010The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s Prospecting blog is running a series called “Fund-Raising Videos that Work.' The Chronicle is asking non-profits to send in their

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Chronicle of Philanthropy asks: Has your fund-raising video raised money? | The Fundermentalist | JTA - Jewish & Israel News

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The Fundermentalist | JTA - Jewish & Israel News: "Chronicle of Philanthropy asks: Has your fund-raising video raised money?By Chronicle of Philanthropy asks: Has your fund-raising video raised money? | By Jacob Berkman  July 9, 2010The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s Prospecting blog is running a series called “Fund-Raising Videos that Work.' The Chronicle is asking non-profits to send in their

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Creating Public Transparency: Bringing GuideStar to Israel

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In early August, NPTech launched Guidestar Israel. It took almost five years to make GuideStar Israel a reality, and it is an incredible resource for Israeli nonprofit organizations. The GuideStar project was established as an unique cooperative venture by the Ministry of Justice, JDC-Israel, and Yad Hanadiv with the objective of developing civil society in Israel. What is GuideStar Israel? . Debra Askanase, Community Organizer 2.0.

A Profile in Forbes Online by Shel Israel

Beth Kanter

I was thrilled to be featured in Forbes Online in Shel Israel’s online column. The profile is here. Shel talks about my early days in social media fundraising, my passion for teaching, learning, and sharing – as well as cupcakes and Cambodia. If you read the profile, you’ll also discover the many benefits of collaborating on a book with KD Paine and her editor, William Paarlberg: Learn to love measurement and become a better writer in the process.

Book Giveaway: Twitterville by Shel Israel (140 Characters of Twitterville Fame)

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From the Flickr Twitterville Group Shel Israel has written a book called Twitterville: How Businesses Can Thrive in the New Global Neighborhoods. It's a great read! Fabulous storytelling. Better yet, I've got a couple of advanced copies to give away.

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Halcyon's By The People Festival: How One Organization is Using Data to Unite People Around Art

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The festival offered a variety of experiences, from pop up art shows, to traditional galleries, to academic dialogues about topics such as human connection in the digital realm and achieving peace between Israel and and Palestine, to a virtual reality art hunt.

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Daily DoGooder: I Gotta’ Love You Rosh Hashana

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Gotta’ Love You Rosh Hashana | 2:02 Birthright Israel A little New Years fun for our Jewish friends in this music video from Birthright Israel, which offers the gift of free, first-time educational trips to Israel for Jewish young adults ages 18 to 26. Change the world, one video at a time.I

Innovative Uses of SMS: SMS for Lunch Campaign - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

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I see its in Israel. 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!"

Our EveryAction Hero: Jewish Voice for Peace

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We do everything from legislative organizing to engaging in campaigns that seek to put nonviolent pressure on the government both in the US and Israel to respect international law. This month, our EveryAction hero is Jewish Voice for Peace. As a a membership driven organization, JVP works with chapters and members across the country advocating for human rights, justice, and equality for Palestinians and Israelis.

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Daily DoGooder: What Is Happiness To You?

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| 0:37 Leket Israel This cute animated clip, from Leket Israel, reminds us what is really basic to happiness; a full belly. Change the world, one video at a time.What Is Happiness To You? | This org rescues food that would otherwise go to waste and redistributes it to nearly 300 nonprofit partners caring for the

Heard it on Twitter first.

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Uber-blogger Shel Israel's show Global Neighborhoods on Fast Company.tv launched today. Should have lots of good stuff. Check it out.

Happy 3rd Birthday Twitter: What was your first tweet?

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Shel Israel, Twitterville Wikipedia Article on Twitter. My first Tweet: October 24, 2006 According to the TwitterFacts Blog , the first tweets of Twitter were sent three years ago today. I started using it 6 months after, but I didn't truly adopt the tool until 6 months later.

Finding Our Way With an Interactive Map

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NEXT: A Division of Birthright Israel Foundation. At NEXT: A Division of Birthright Israel Foundation, we were looking for a way to bring together their community around High Holiday celebrations. Morlie Levin. They realized there wasn't an easy way for their alumni to share their traditions around the holidays and let other alumni know where their celebrations were taking place.

Nonprofits and Pinterest: Nonprofit Blog Carnival Round-up

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Pinterest: One Nonprofit's Story , Susan's Site • Marc van Gurp highlighted the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in Israel's "Pinsulin" campaign. Last month, I put out a call for posts about fun ways nonprofits are using Pinterest for the Nonprofit Blog Carnival. Below are links to some examples, plus additional info and inspiration. Enjoy! Susan Chavez shared 4 ways she's using Pinterest with The Association of Junior Leagues International.

Three Copies of Twitterville To Giveaway To Nonprofits: Leave A Comment

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She told me that she was planning to get a copy of Shel Israel's book herself, but had seen my Tweet leading to this post about the nonprofit book giveaway for Shel Israel's book called Twitterville: How Businesses Can Thrive in the New Global Neighborhoods.

Little Penguins, Big Drama: Lessons on How to Go Viral from the National Aquarium of New Zealand

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We received votes from all over the world including Iceland, Estonia, Israel, Germany, Poland, Chile, England, Brazil and Australia, with the most international votes coming from the United States. It’s always helpful to get inspiration and learn from other organizations in your industry. I learned early in my career that you don’t always have to start from scratch; it can be just as effective to see what others are doing and put your own spin on it.

How to License Hyper-V on Windows 2008

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Petri IT Knowledge Base, an excellent IT resource from Microsoft MVP in Israel, posted a plain-English post on Windows 2008 licensing concerns when using Hyper-V technology. Definitely bookmark-worthy if you are planning on virtualizing in the near future using this technology.

A Sneak Peak at Who Is Taking the 2018 Global Trends in Giving Survey

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Israel 13.3%. Inspiring people to take online surveys is tough! We are grateful to the 3,573 people who have taken the 2018 Global Trends In Giving Survey thus far. This year we are getting more participants from outside of the United States, but we definitely need more diversity in our survey respondents for the data to truly reflect the global donor community. The survey is available in five languages – ????????????

3 Fun Things to do with SMS this Summer

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The Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund also used text messaging to promote a sweepstakes at their annual Israel in the Gardens, an outdoor event in San Francisco. People who participated in the event had the opportunity to enter a sweepstakes for a free trip to Israel by subscribing to the JCFEF’s mobile list. The sweepstakes was a great way to grow the organization’s mobile list while also incentivizing attendance to Israel in the Gardens. Finally!

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The Age of Context is out!

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Got a chance to read an early copy of the Age of Context , the latest book by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. Don’t have time to read it? Check out this “ book in 5 minutes ” post; but for everyone else, I won’t spoil it. Instead, I’ll let Robert and Shel tell us what the book is about: Robert: We are heading into a new age: one where sensors, mobile, wearable devices teach new kinds of databases about our context. Where we are. Who we are with.

Apples, Honey, and End of Year Fundraising

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Hype Services, Like Services Some organizations who provide a service see a huge spike in online giving around the High Holidays (think of tickets to services for college students or the planting of a tree in Israel ). Author: Emily Goodstein. Break out the Manischewitz … or apples and honey, it’s time to ring in the new year! I know what you’re thinking—take a page from the Nordstrom playbook and don’t rush the seasons, Emily.

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Microsoft Security Essentials Beta Released

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Yesterday, Microsoft launched Microsoft Security Essentials Beta , a free set of security tools for validated users of Microsoft XP SP2 or SP3, Vista, or Windows 7 in the US, Israel, China, and Brazil. In what looks to be the successor to OneCare , it is said to be faster and less resource intensive. Early reviews of the beta have been positive, so if you are comparing different security packages or are a current customer of OneCare, check it out.

And the Twitterville Book Winners Are.

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That's some of the schwag and a copy of Shel Israels's Twitterville that I purchased at last night's #tbash , the launch party for the book. Shel Israel donated three books. And Congrats to Shel Israel on the launch of his book!

Welcome Fayrouz Shaqrawi

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Hers is the first blog by a Palestinian-Israel, and I'm sure she's going to offer some unique insights into life in Israel and the West Bank/Palestine. My colleague Lisa Goldman who covers the Israeli Blogosphere for Global s emailed about a new blog called The Land of Sad Oranges written by a friend named Fayrouz Shaqrawi. Here's what Lisa shared about her friend: Fayrouz is a Palestinian and an Israeli who grew up in the Galilee and speaks Arabic, Hebrew and English fluently.

Visit to Qatar

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I also personally delivered the business cards of Abbas Abbas, a blind Ashoka social entrepreneur, who focuses on serving the needs of Arabs with disabilities in Israel with his AlManarah (Lighthouse) Association. I’m on the plane heading back to the U.S.

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Games for Good - SXSWi Day 4

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Asi says Impact Games does not hide its intentions behind the game – there is one way to "win", and that involves following the plan to peace that has the most support among the UN, Israel, and Palestine alike. Author: Noah Cooper.

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Visual Thinking: A Challenge for Our Sector

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NEXT: A Division of Birthright Israel Foundation. Emily Comisar. Manager of National Projects. Conveying ideas through imagery doesn't have to involve the expertise of a trained designer. The basic tools are already in our arsenal: circles, squares, arrows, even smiley faces. If I told you that we could find new expressions of Jewish communal work using this image as our inspiration, you'd probably think I was crazy: That's right, square plus triangle equals circle.

Brace Yourself, and Your Privacy: Nonprofits in the Age of Context

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At least, that’s what Robert Scoble and Shel Israel are exploring in their upcoming book, The Age of Context: How it Will Change Your Life and Work. In the last five years we’ve seen the worlds of mobile, social, and cloud technologies mature. We’ve come to expect that we’ll be able to share, collaborate, and sync our life and work from anywhere as a matter of course.

What leadership practices help nonprofits achieve desired results?

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As an Israel Defense Forces veteran, I relate to Jim Collins’ West Point talk about the ethics of service, commitment to a cause bigger than yourself, the understanding that you could die while serving and meaningful insight that the pursuit for greatness is a journey that never ends. Illustration by Jocelyn Ruiz. posted by Shahar Edry, Fall 2019 Alumnus, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management.

Google Beth, Kiss Beth: Tangible Benefits to Blogging (and Facebook(

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Occasionally, the "Beth" entry for wikipedia comes first or Beth Israel Hospital. I discovered that if you google the word "Beth" my blog comes up first in the search results - most of the time.

Has Facebook Entered the Trough of Disillusionment?

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I thought about that diagram when I read Shel Israel's post " Is Facebook starting to fade? My FLickr Stream. That's a diagram I created to illustrate Gartner's Technology Hype Cycles. " He points to some early warning signs, but admits he doesn't have a crystal ball.

Wiser Giving: What’s Your Giving Style?

Beth Kanter

Shel Israel describes social or goodwill fundraising (individual raising money and giving to causes) as the “ cult of generosity ” – I would like to call “ Individual Social Responsibility ” – like there is “Corporate Social Responsibility,” it is also important for individuals to be generous. Flickr Photo by Time Anchor.

Experiential Leadership Development

Beth Kanter

I’ve just returned from week-long leadership development program in Israel called “ Reality Storytellers ” hosted by the Schusterman Foundation. We were connected with some of Israel’s most influential creatives and visited and explored some of the world’s most sacred sites and heard the stories from our guide, himself, a virtuoso storyteller. We stayed in amazing places and enjoyed incredible meals by some of the top Chefs in Israel.

Does Your Audience Grok Your Message?

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Caretakers of the land and people of Israel. Author: Dimitri Lundquist. Last month Lacey Kruger kicked off the first in a series of blog posts on content strategy that she and I will be posting with the excellent Content is King. Her post is a great primer on why it’s so crucial to pay attention to content on your web site.

Win A Social Media Library! (Plus One More Book From Me - Twitterville)

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Steve's Blog I think there is one important book missing from the library, so if you leave a comment here - you'll get a copy of Shel Israel's Twitterville. Steve over at Polar Limited like me, loves book. Also like me, he's doing a networked social media book giveaway.

Happy Tweetsgiving!

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I'm looking forward to attending the fundraiser in Silicon Valley where there will be fundraising raffle for signed books by these authors: Shel Israel – Twitterville Mitchell Levy 42 Rules for Driving Success with Books Janet Fouts- Social Media Success!

"Google Was Our First Office": Managing a Worldwide Staff

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Efrat Ben-Dor Erez, NPTech Israel. There are 500 volunteers working for PresenTense each year, mainly from North America and Israel, but also from other places around the globe.

TechCamp: Empowering Women Through Technology

Beth Kanter

Based on the underlying theme of women’s empowerment with a focus on education and entrepreneurship, the 70 participants of the Tel Aviv event included representatives of NGOs active in the fields of employment, education, women’s empowerment, consultancy, and tech training from all over Israel. The event was organized by Appleseeds Academy , an Israeli NGO that works to reduce social gaps in Israel through the use of tech tools and the development of life skills.

Why the Nonprofit Work Ethic Is Outdated and Needs to Change

Beth Kanter

I’ve just returned from week-long leadership development program in Israel called “ Reality Storytellers ” hosted by the Schusterman Foundation. This information was given to artist Paulina Correa who created a visual from the interview which was presented to us upon our departure from Israel. P re-Order my next book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout. The book is being published by Wiley on October 10th.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Countdown to Peace

See What's Out There

They are hoping to pressure the parties to continue the momentum from the Annapolis meeting, resulting in a Palestinian state at peace with a secure Israel.

Meet the Queen of Social Media Measurement: KD Paine

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Here's a video of her being interviewed by Shel Israel on FastCompany.TV. As I mentioned in my post about BlogPotoma c, I wanted to reserve a post specifically to talk about KD Paine , one of the best speakers at the conference. She has a company which has been helping organizations learn how to measure and monitor social media for over a decade - since before there existed the term "social media"!