How Nonprofits Can Stay Compliant with Online Fundraising Laws in 2022

Nonprofit Tech for Good

These virtual events may require not just prior state charitable registration but also gaming licenses. The webinar will cover the legal requirements for registration and reporting, licensing for special fundraising activities, and the positive impact of compliance.

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Online Fundraising: What Your Nonprofit Needs to Do to Be Compliant in 2021

Nonprofit Tech for Good

These virtual events may require not just prior state charitable solicitation registration, but also gaming licenses. Fundraising Sponsored PostBy Sharon Cody, J.D. Partnership Manager at Harbor Compliance – a leading provider of compliance solutions for nonprofits.

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[Free Webinar] Online Fundraising Compliance: How to Stay Compliant While Building Trust and Increasing Giving

Nonprofit Tech for Good

It also brings greater scrutiny by prospective donors, grantmakers, and sponsors. Learn about charitable solicitation registration and reporting, licensing for special fundraising activities, and the positive impact of compliance. Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2022.

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[FREE WEBINAR] Online Fundraising Compliance: How to Stay Compliant While Building Trust and Increasing Giving

Nonprofit Tech for Good

It also brings greater scrutiny by prospective donors, grantmakers and sponsors. Learn about charitable solicitation registration and reporting, licensing for special fundraising activities, and the positive impact of compliance. Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021.

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[FREE WEBINAR] Charitable Online Solicitation: Is Your Nonprofit Compliant?

Nonprofit Tech for Good

It also brings greater scrutiny by prospective donors, grantmakers and sponsors. Learn about charitable solicitation registration and reporting, licensing for special fundraising activities, and the positive impact of compliance. Date: Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Time: 1pm EDT / 10am PDT.

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Integrating WordPress with Salesforce

Saleforce Nonprofit

Your website can also pull and display data stored in Salesforce, such as lists of sponsors or grantees, program data, chapter or affiliate information, or some other personalized experience based on the visitor’s profile. Pricing and level of effort: No annual licensing costs.

Top 8 Virtual Meeting Platforms

AccelEvents

With Teams, you can easily host up to 100 people for the basic license and 500+ attendees for large virtual events. . Brands have the option of adding in sponsors in the little virtual walls or naming locations based on sponsors.

Holiday Lights in the Gardens

DipJar

Bryant likes to joke that they know it’s fall when the license plates begin to change. The Foundation also works with corporate sponsors around specific exhibits. The Florida Botanical Gardens is an oasis of green in one of the state’s most densely populated counties.

Over The Edge Fundraiser: A Daring Take on Fundraising

Qgiv

Other issues you may run into that deter you from hosting an over the edge event are: Not being able to secure an over the edge event license Or not having a donor base that’s willing to fundraise on your behalf A lack of corporate sponsors willing to take part in fundraising could also be difficult.

Catering Options for Virtual Fundraising Events-A Q&A with Vibrant Table Catering

Greater Giving

We require a guarantee of a 50 meal minimum which most organizations provide to sponsors and VIP level attendees. We build out a unique ordering site for the client to share with sponsors, VIPs, and attendees to place their orders for their meals.

Adobe Creative Cloud Giveaway for Nonprofits at 17NTC!

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global, 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support, or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. Embargo Countries): Sponsor is offering this Sweepstakes from the State of California, U.S. c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor.

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Bridging the Digital Divide? Tell Us About It!

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (“ Sponsor ”), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor. Think you could make good use of a shiny new tablet?

Mission Possible: Tell Us Your Symantec Story and Win Prizes!

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (" Sponsor "), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor.

Bridging the Digital Divide? Tell Us About It!

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (“ Sponsor ”), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor.

Calling All Nonprofits and Libraries — Come Celebrate Creativity

Tech Soup Blog

This Contest is sponsored by TechSoup Global (" Sponsor "), 435 Brannan St., Organizations that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate, support or practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor.

Calling all Faith-Based Organizations! Think You Could Use a Free Tablet?

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (“ Sponsor ”), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor. Are you… A Faith-Based Organization? A TechSoup customer?

I Need a Good Lawyer

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

We’re deep believers in the benefits of openness, which means we publish open source software and create open content under Creative Commons licenses. We rely on free licenses to proprietary content and software, and typically get a “Yes!” Will we act as a fiscal sponsor, something we’ve avoided to date? No, we’re not being sued (and we want to keep it that way).

Win $10,000: Netsquared/Network for Good Donate Now Mashup Challenge

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Submit your ideas to the DonateNow Mashup Challenge sponsored by the Case Foundation by May 19. In addition, each winner will be granted a one-year license for the Network for Good API to be donated to an organization of their choice (if the winner is an organization, it can choose to donate the API to itself). How would you mashup the Network for Good donation processing service with other services to make it easier for nonprofits to raise money online?

Using TechSoup Products or Resources for Security? Want a Free Microsoft Tablet?

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (" Sponsor "), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor. Are you. A U.S.

Are You Serving Youth in Your Community? Think You Could Use a Free Tablet?

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (“ Sponsor ”), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor. Are you… Helping youth develop lifelong skills?

Do you tweet out on a limb?

Steve Bridger

Once again, the event is being sponsored by JustGiving ( Jonathan Waddingham ably summarises the history of the nfptweetup to date) and Beautiful World (who’s co-founder, Rachel Beer came up with the whole idea in the first place). Thanks to Brian Kopp for the photo (licensed under Creative Commons) and to Tony Hsieh for the insight. Do you work for a charity? Do you use Twitter?

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Share Your Green Tech Story and Win a Laptop or Tablet!

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (" Sponsor "), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor. Are you … A U.S.

Safety First: How to Mitigate Risk at In-Person Events

Qgiv

Whoever is serving the alcohol should have the proper licensing and insurance. When planning your event, you’ll most likely be working with vendors for tents, sponsor signage, logistical signage, food, and more.

Success Stories — the Fine Print

Tech Soup Blog

Sponsored by TechSoup Global (" Sponsor "), 435 Brannan St., Groups or individuals that advocate, support or practice (or, in the sole discretion of Sponsor, are believed to advocate/support/practice) discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status are NOT eligible. (b) c) Grant of Rights to Sponsor. Read more about the TechSoup Telework Story Challenge here.

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7 Surprising Reasons Why Your Nonprofit’s Emails Should Be Mobile Friendly

TechImpact

For nonprofits, email marketing is a great way to share their organization’s story, impact, and convert potential supporters into donors, volunteers, and sponsors. There are many powerful tools available to help nonprofits integrate their donor, volunteer, and B2B databases with email marketing, such as Salesforce, which offers 10 Enterprise Edition Licenses to nonprofits as a donation — Learn More. ++ Click Image to Enlarge ++ Source: Email Marketing is Changing.

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ROI for a donor database

Robert Weiner

Or the cost of maintaining current hardware or paying current licensing fees vs. the cost a new system. But a big part of the analysis has to be “who’s the project sponsor?” My colleague Charlie Hunsaker posted the following question on the FUNDSVCS Advancement Services listserve: I have two clients who are looking for new systems and want a “cost justification” for their acquisition to share with their management. Probably an issue that we should all be looking at.

Thinking About a New Donor Management System for Your Organization? Read This First.

NTEN

We listened, and you can read a detailed write-up of the Salesforce Foundation’s Nonprofit Starter Pack, available for free to qualifying organizations for up to 10 licenses (and there is a discount on licenses above that number). Many thanks to our partners at NTEN, as well as NPower for helping sponsor the report, and all of the consultants and organizations that supported this important research.

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Beneblog: Technology Meets Society - Untitled Article

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I came to Amsterdam yesterday to attend a summit meeting of open source foundations. It was fascinating for me, as I realize this is yet another vibrant and growing community of social enterprises. There seem to be dozens of these groups, each built around one or more open source software project.

Participatory Media: Who Owns the Work You Share?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

But a closer look at its license reveals that users sign over a great deal of control when they choose to share video through the service. " The YouTube license says "you retain all of your ownership rights in your User Submissions." " And while that's true, the license explicitly gives them the right to do whatever they want with your video. This is an excellent analysis of the issue of corporate control and ownership of your participatory media.

Is Privacy for Everyone (Including Donors) Dead?

Bloomerang

Instead, during a sensitive time, Yahoo found itself publicly announcing that it had been hacked—the largest in history—by a “state-sponsored actor.”

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Advice for Consultants - Part 3

Robert Weiner

Deal with legal and administrative stuff, such as: get a business license. being a conference sponsor or exhibitor. This is the third in a series of posts aimed at new consultants in the nonprofit sector. The previous posts are at Part 1 and Part 2. Make sure you have enough savings, loans, or other income to tide you over while you build your business. Figure out where you will work and what equipment you will need.

How do we do make change if we keep doing things the same way?

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

It’s peer reviewed (good), but it’s got a rather restrictive license, and the content is not freely available. The licenses are as follows: Personal License: If you have purchased a copy/subscription to the Journal with a personal license, this means that it is for your personal use. Corporate License: For most of you, we recommend a corporate license. The overhead of finding sponsors for a small publication is enormous.

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TSDigs: Before You Hit Record Webinar Recap

Tech Soup Blog

Obtaining free music, photos, or video clips is possible through online searches for creative commons licensed content. Finding photos is even easier if using CreativeCommons.org , which searches only for creative commons licensed content on Google, Flickr, Wikimedia Commons, and more. Sponsors will sometimes contribute for higher filmmaking budget and music, photo, or video creators are more inclined to lend freely to nonprofits.

Microsoft's Ecohero: How Sean Nicholson Is Saving the Earth

Tech Soup Blog

This was mainly because refurbishers couldn't afford to put legal Windows licenses on used equipment. Refurbishers could either pay full price for licenses (and thereby price their equipment out of the market), or use pirated versions of Windows. Last year, Sean's programs supplied a million low-cost licenses for Microsoft Windows, Office, and other applications to 5,000 commercial and noncommercial refurbishers.

Moving to the Cloud? Keep These 8 Security Tips in Mind

Tech Soup Blog

How is the provider protecting data against state-sponsored hackers? Sharing accounts might be convenient, and it might save you on licensing fees, but doing so can be a security liability. Cloud-based applications and services are super convenient. After all, they let you work from practically anywhere using almost any device, and they make it easy to collaborate with coworkers.

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E-Mediat: Networked Capacity Building in the Middle East

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The E-Mediat project is sponsored by MEPI, US Department of State’s Middle East Partnership Initiative and was created in response to Secretary Clinton’s announcement of Civil Society 2.0. Develop a Multilingual Online Learning Community for partners, contributors, sponsors, participants, teams, mentors, social media techies from the region, and trainers to interact and share best practices. The E-Mediat Implementation Partners at SF Planning Meeting.

A Social Publishing Strategy by John Gautam, Pratham Books

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Also, for our Creative Commons licensed books to be remixed/repurposed by the community in whatever way they wish to. Flickr : Documentation of the work we do and also to upload our Creative Commons licensed illustrations so that they can be remixed/reused. (See In our attempt to do so, we have managed to license some of our books under Creative Commons licenses. Source: Pratham Books.

7 Ways to Avoid Fundraising Burnout

Beth Kanter

You went to every corner of the earth to recruit donors, vendors, sponsors, volunteers, attendees, etc. There are so many in each day – someone calling you to thank the organization (or you personally) for what they do, offering to volunteer, realizing that your networking is paying off when you’re connected to a new potential donor through a mutual contact, and, of course, securing new donors and sponsors. Flickr Photo by Sam Livingston.

How to Incorporate March Madness in Your Nonprofit Fundraising

NonProfit Hub

Be sure to know your local laws for lotteries and raffles to see if you need to obtain a license before starting. This approach takes a lot of planning and some good financial investments from sponsors to award the participants. March Madness is one of the annual rites of spring time—right along with setting your clocks back an hour and discovering what toys were hidden in the huge snow pile in the backyard.

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Network-Centric Advocacy

Or sponsors could purchase a bunch of credits for a class of students, community activists, etc. Otherwise content is made available through a Creative Commons license This is cool. It looks like innocentive meets reporting. I like the UI and the basic business model. I would consider tweaking it in 3 ways. Shoot for much smaller amounts. Maybe ask to create an entire paper or magazine for $20-25. You contribute an amount and then get to vote proxies all over the board.