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Minnesota Open Idea: Crowdsourcing Contest For Social Change Done Right

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Minnesota Open Idea is an example of an online social good contest that works. In this interview, Jennifer Ford Reedy , VP for Strategy and Knowledge Management, at the Minnesota Community Foundation shares the how they designed this online social good contest for success. Last November, you may have read about how the Minnesota Community Foundation ’s GiveMN’s Minnesota Give to the Max Day raised $14 Million online in 24 hours.

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The 2016 - 2017 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

EveryAction

Nonprofit Management. Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Annual Conference. Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Annual Conference. Minnesota Council of Nonprofits / Duluth, MN / $299. Join the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits for our 2016 Annual Conference. Nonprofit Management / @BoardSource. Nonprofit Management. It features valuable opportunities for executives, senior management, and board members. Alliance Management Institute (AMI).

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Great reads from around the web on May 28th

Amy Sample Ward

" Minnesota Open Idea: Crowdsourcing Contest For Social Change Done Right | Beth’s Blog – "The Minnesota Open Idea is an example of an online social good contest that works. In this interview, Jennifer Ford Reedy, VP for Strategy and Knowledge Management, at the Minnesota Community Foundation shares the how they designed this online social good contest for success."

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Help a Nonprofit Cross the Digital Divide This Summer

Tech Soup Blog

Event Management in the Raiser's Edge. Paul, Minnesota: Human Resources Networking Lunch. Boston, Massachusetts: TNB Roundtable: Librarians as Knowledge Management Allies for Nonprofits. You're reading the TechSoup blog, so you're probably already comfortable with using technology in your work. But there are millions of nonprofit staffers who don't have the skills to use technology to do more good. In fact, you probably know a few of these beginners.