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

EveryAction

Considering our team is obsessed with all that is NOLA, we thought we'd share some favorite local spots to eat, drink, party, and enjoy the sights while visiting for the Nonprofit Technology Conference. Anyone briefly strolling through this park will likely hear the sound of a brass band and see local artists scattered along the sidewalk. Turkey and the Wolf. Located right outside of the Convention Center, this local joint is the perfect way to start your day.

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Your Official #NN18 Local's Guide to New Orleans

EveryAction

Considering our team is obsessed with all that is NOLA, we thought we'd share some favorite local spots to eat, drink, party, and enjoy the sights while visiting for the Netroots Nation 2018 Conference. Anyone briefly strolling through this park will likely hear the sound of a brass band and see local artists scattered along the sidewalk. Turkey and the Wolf. Located right outside of the Convention Center, this local joint is the perfect way to start your day.

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What is the Turkey and the Bread (or the Sourdough Starter) of the MAH?

Museum 2.0

But they suggested another metaphor: the turkey sandwich. Imagine that your existing project is a turkey sandwich. You've spent years making it the perfect, artisanal turkey sandwich. But if you want to share and spread that turkey sandwich, you've got to focus on the basics. To make a turkey sandwich, you only need two things: the turkey and the bread. When you want to scale, you need to get clear on what is the turkey and what is the bread.

Open Challenges Harness Local Knowledge for Local Change

Tech Soup Blog

It motivates and engages citizens across central and eastern Europe, the Balkans, and Turkey. These open challenges help activists, nonprofits, journalists, techies, and community members identify, refine, build, and launch technology tools to solve pressing local and regional problems. According to Worman, the first of the ReStart Challenges, ReStart Romania, was launched via a website and offline events held in collaboration with local nonprofit organizations.

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Eat Local Thanksgiving Challenge

Have Fun - Do Good

Because they didn't have any sugar to make it with - it wasn't locally available to them." from "Keep it Local This Thanksgiving," by Holly Lahd, Minnesota Daily. You can find resources to plan your local Thanksgiving dinner on the 100-Mile Diet's Thanksgiving page where you can read other readers 100-mile Thanksgiving menus and stories , and check out their Getting Started Guide. local food Thanksgiving"I'm not one to rain on anyone's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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Join Us for Local and Virtual Events This Week With Social Media September

Tech Soup Blog

Istanbul, Turkey: Net2Ist Eylül Bulu?mas?: Don’t have a local NetSquared Local group? What have NetSquared Local groups been up to recently? We’re half way into Social Media September , but we’re just getting started! There are several ways for you to get involved in our social media for social good events no matter where you live, since our community is holding both live and virtual gatherings.

The impact of COVID-19 on civil society, part two

Candid

We hope this information will be useful in a multitude of ways, from ongoing advocacy efforts to capturing the sector’s story to helping local leaders build greater resiliency. News from Turkey does offer a glimmer of hope.

7 Fall Fundraiser Ideas

NonProfit Hub

Nothing brings people together like food, especially when that food is turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes. Partner with a local restaurant or hire volunteers to cook their favorite Thanksgiving dish in large quantities. Have your guests pay a donation at the door as their ticket to the feast, serve it up buffet or family-style, enjoy some good conversation and then take a long, turkey-induced nap.

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My muddy list

Steve Bridger

It has been a fortnight of mud and rainbows; of roast turkey and cider. We slop and squelch about on the Moors , where the grazing marsh is criss-crossed by an interconnecting network of ditches (known locally as rhynes) which in mid-winter drain the floodwater from the fields. I was so absorbed with family stuff* over Christmas and New Year that I hardly gave myself any thinking time to consider my personal goals for the coming year.

9 Mother’s Day Fundraising Ideas You Won’t Want to Miss

Whole Whale

Ensure that any necessary in-person elements of your fundraising efforts comply with your local health regulations and allow for safe social distancing. Work with local wineries or shops to have wine and refreshments donated for your event, then charge by the tasting.

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My Trucker Boyfriend

GroundWire

November, 2010 Subject: Our Thanksgiving Turkey. Approach #1 Me: Do you know how most turkeys are treated in this country? Do you know that turkeys don't even eat this kind of corn? I thought we were talking about turkey. Approach #3 Me: Do you want to enjoy the best bird you've ever had in your life, raised by our neighbors, that tastes like the old-timey turkeys our ancestors ate? My boyfriend is a long-haul trucker.

How to Use Holiday-Season Volunteering to Start a Long-Term Relationship

NonProfit Hub

For many people, the holidays mean gathering together with family to consume meals, exchange gifts, watch football and take turkey-induced naps. For others, when the holiday season begins this year on Thanksgiving, traditions include giving back to their community and volunteering for local nonprofits. Often local news organizations compile lists of volunteering opportunities, so ask around and try to get included in those.

Honoring both Funders and Fundraisers on National Philanthropy Day

Connection Cafe

National Philanthropy Day—minus the turkey—is much the same, with our family comprised of funder and fundraiser alike, with donors committed to the communities where we live and work joining with the professionals who have helped them match passion with cause. That’s what I will be thinking as I join people from across my local community at our National Philanthropy Day in Charleston, SC. Happy Thanksgiving…a week early.

NetSquared's April Nonprofit Technology Meetups

Tech Soup Blog

So join your local NetSquared group and start participating in the conversation. And if you don’t have a local group we’ll help you start your own. Istanbul, Turkey: Things Nisan Bulu?mas?: Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso: April Meeting of local members. Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso: May Meeting of local members.

NetSquared Events in May and June

Tech Soup Blog

Join your local group and start participating in the conversation. And if you don’t have a local group we’ll help you start your own. Istanbul, Turkey: Things May?s Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso: Monthly Meeting of local members. NetSquared’s core objective is to get nonprofit techies and activists together in the same room. There’s a special magic that happens when we get face-to-face.

Confessions from a Donor: I Didn’t Donate for 10 Years, but Now I’m a Sustainer.

Connection Cafe

I didn’t quit TV cold turkey; I became a streamer (for a fraction of the cost). During NPR’s membership drives, national and local hosts create fun donation asks encouraging listeners to become donors. I have a confession. I’ve been an avid NPR listener for 10 years and I’ve never donated, not even once. .