How Gen Z Donors Harness the Power of Online Giving

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

“I want to feed all the hungry children from here to the frosty, wind-swept steppes of distant Mongolia” is a worthy goal, but “I want to raise $5,000 to help feed the kids at the local homeless shelter” is a more realistic (and achievable) one.

Secret Agent L: Covering the Globe with Random Acts of Kindess

Have Fun - Do Good

I have one in Mongolia. Photo by Rob de la Cretaz "We're so busy. We walk down the street. We're listening to our iPods. We're plugged into our phones. We're looking down at our BlackBerries. We're not actually acknowledging the people around us.

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Climate Warming and Palo Alto -> Miradi and the World

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Rare is working in Abaco Island in the Bahamas to protect critically threatened species like the Spiny Lobster, Eastern Steppe Mongolia to help save the Mongolian gazelle among other species; and Uthaithanee, Thailand to save the Indochinese tiger. One day last month we were shocked to discover all the street trees on our quaint downtown street had been chopped down. Clearcut. To be honest, most of us probably never took much notice of the 63 mature holly oaks.

Have Fun * Do Good Reader Appreciation Day

Have Fun - Do Good

Rather, it is a do-good adventure story of a former mountain climber who has spent almost 15 years building schools in remote mountain villages of northern Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and Mongolia. education book Pakistan Afghanistan Kyrgyzstan Mongolia

Using SMS in the Field

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We learned some pros and cons of utilizing SMS from Wildlife Conservation Society Mongolia's Rare Pride campaign for sustainable hunting practices in Eastern Steppe, Mongolia. WCS-Mongolia had not previously worked with this group, and this section of the community is often unknown and hidden. Bogii partnered with Mobicom, the largest mobile provider in Mongolia. Brooke Sadowsky, Program Manager, RARE Conservation.

Digital Ecology: The Future of Nonprofit Websites

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As part of their digital footprint, Mercy Corps , a prominent NGO that acts to alleviate poverty and suffering throughout the world, has seven major websites, including their main site, campaign sites, and regional sites in the UK, China, and even Mongolia. By Phillip Djwa, Founder, Agentic.