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How the University of Minnesota Leveraged Social Ambassadors for Giving Day

Connection Cafe

One of those organizations is the University of Minnesota. Their ambassadors then helped to celebrate the public launch of Driven: The University of Minnesota’s Campaign in September 2017, aiming to raise $4 billion. The University partnered with Blackbaud and used But then they asked, “What’s next?”

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Minnesota Nonprofits: Message-Medium-Mission Conference

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I'm coming to Minnesota at the end of the month to give a keynote at Message+Medium+Mission Conference , nonprofit tech conference co-sponsored by the good folks at the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits and MAP for Nonprofits. If you are planning on attending, I look forward to meeting you.


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How can nonprofits partner with underserved minorities to build better communities?

ASU Lodestar Center

Armin Budimlic of the Intercultural Mutual Assistance Association (IMAA) in Rochester, Minnesota, spoke much truth into this question when he stated that “these efforts cannot just be a blanket statement or goal-that is good, but without having benchmarks, these efforts will not be sustained.”.

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How can nonprofits bridge the gap between race and leadership?

ASU Lodestar Center

Recruiting staff from BIPOC peer networks and job boards, and historically black colleges and universities. Brittney Riedinger is a 2021 graduate of the Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management program at Arizona State University. She received her bachelor's degree in Social Science from the University of North Dakota.

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What Nonprofits Need to Know About the New Overtime Ruling

Blue Fox

Check out the The Exemption Test from University of Minnesota’s Office of Human Resources. This is the very first question to answer because if your employees are classified incorrectly (exempt versus non-exempt), your organization is at risk for fines, legal trouble, staff morale issues and consequently some bad PR.

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The #1 Skill Nonprofit Professionals Should Focus on in 2021


Over his 30-year career, Hugg has held positions at the Boy Scouts of America, Lebanon Valley College, the University of Cincinnati, Ursinus College, and the University of the Arts. Mary’s University of Minnesota. He has a BS from Juniata College and an MA in Philanthropy and Development from St.

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Weekly update from PND


September 30, 2021 Charitable giving by affluent Americans in 2020 averaged $43,195, a 48 percent increase over $29,269 in 2017, a report from Bank of America and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy finds. Based on a survey of 1,626 U.S.