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[Breaking News] An Extraordinary Funding Opportunity For Nonprofits To Preserve Local Journalism


Nonprofits focused on the preservation of local journalism are being called to step up, and many of the country’s largest private foundations have announced $500 million in funding over five years to support them, an extraordinary initiative called Press Forward.

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Bullet Journaling for Nonprofit Professionals

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The topic was bullet journaling and the table host was nonprofit tech colleague Ma’ayan Alexander. Bullet Journaling for Nonprofit Professionals – Guest Post by Ma’ayan Alexander. Bullet Journal (BuJo) started as “an analog system to track the past, organize the present and plan for the future.”

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Why Responsible Journalism is Important in Volunteerism


The post Why Responsible Journalism is Important in Volunteerism appeared first on VolunteerMark Blog. In fact, up to 77.4 million Americans volunteer in various efforts per year. However, not all programs are as successful as they can be. This is, in part, due to limited reach on […].

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A $500 Million Pledge to Support Local News

Non Profit Quarterly

Im tells NPQ that “one of the main goals of this is to bring attention to the need for philanthropic support of journalism.” And the way to do that is through journalism.” The MacArthur Foundation itself pledged $150 million to the new fund. Since 2005, some 2,200 local newspapers have closed. We have a crisis in our country,” Im adds.

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A Simple Practice to Shift from Scarcity to Abundance: One-Sentence Journal

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I want to keep a one-sentence journal, a technique developed by habit change guru Gretchen Rubin. The thought of writing a personal journal was daunting to me, so the idea of writing one sentence a day was very appealing. Perhaps I can incorporate this into my morning routine. There are also ten year versions.

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Want To Be a Leader? Get to Know Yourself


If you like to write, try keeping a journal. Journaling has the added benefits of reducing stress and improving creativity and problem-solving. Inventory the areas you want to strengthen or change and dedicate space in your schedule to assess your progress. Attend classes or workshops to polish skills.

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The Problem with Complex Passwords


The Wall Street Journal recently published a good article on this topic. And if you are a Wall Street Journal subscriber, click here to read more. The complexity leads to behaviors (copying it down on a sticky note), that makes for less secure systems. You may want to share with friends, family members and colleagues.

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