Auburn charity shifts operations online | New Hampshire Hooksett Banner

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Auburn charity shifts operations online | New Hampshire Hooksett Banner : Last year, Scholarship America, the Minnesota-based charity which was founded as Dollars for Scholars in 1958, mandated that all current charities and nonprofit affiliates under its umbrella move operations online.

Dyn’s Hackademy provides mobile apps for NH nonprofits | New Hampshire Business

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Dyn’s Hackademy provides mobile apps for NH nonprofits | New Hampshire Business : MANCHESTER — Twenty potential tech company founders, now attending schools in New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts, assembled last weekend at Dyn to develop mobile apps for six New Hampshire nonprofits.

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UnionLeader.com - New Hampshire news, business and sports - To fight fraud, state posts registered charities - Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009

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UnionLeader.com - New Hampshire news, business and sports - To fight fraud, state posts registered charities - Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009: "CONCORD – State officials have posted the names of all registered charities and professional fundraisers on the Attorney General's Web site, and yesterday they urged people to pay close attention to any requests for donations or mail that announces financial

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Different Styles Different Styles Last Updated on Wednesday, 9 January 2008 09:01 Written by Steve Wednesday, 9 January 2008 09:00 First, I recommend watching Obama’s concession speech from New Hampshire.

Employee Spotlight with Ann Lovallo, Client Success

Givinga

Something I’m excited about is that I’m trying to hike all of the New Hampshire 4,000 footers, and have already done about 16 or 17 of them! I find learning this kind of stuff, picking up new things and exploring all the different platforms we use, interesting so it’s been really fun.

Nonprofit Audit 101

The NonProfit Times

Nonprofit Audit 101: A Guide to The Fundamentals and More is a quick guide for nonprofit finance leaders and executive leaders, providing key fundamentals and know-how, first class best practices, and insight into how to optimize the nonprofit audit process at your organization.

NetCentric Advocacy: Reporter in NH sees the "Network-centric" Obama campaign

Network-Centric Advocacy

Edwards is the real leader in this space and the OneCorp idea that didnt convert Obamas Interactive Surge Faces New Hampshire Challenge Obamas Interactive Surge Faces New Hampshire Challenge By Roy Mark January 7, 2008 Will his social network-centric campaign pull off another upset? 8 New Hampshire Democratic primary with continuing questions about their Internet support translating into votes.

Building Impact Fundraising Capacity

Connection Cafe

Jamie Forbes of Opus Advisers and Alexandra Urbanowski of New Hampshire Public Radio helped attendees understand the value of building a brand within the nonprofit space and how it can impact fundraising. New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) recently completed a rebranding project. They came up with a new logo and look and feel that not only captured the station’s heritage, it also was more in keeping with the organization’s new direction.

How the Currier Museum of Art Prepared for Its Reopening

Connection Cafe

We sent weekly Membership Monday emails; created a new space online and on social media with story time, art activities, curatorial walk throughs; provided holiday meals for purchase from our café each month; and hosted Zoom talks with artists from our collection.

The Cost of Starting a Nonprofit in Every State

NonProfit Hub

New Hampshire. New Hampshire charitable registration: $25. New Jersey. New Jersey charitable registration: $30-$250, depending on gross contributions. New Mexico. New Mexico charitable registration: $0. New York. New York State charitable registration: $25 to solicit contributions ($0 if exempt). The process of starting a nonprofit requires a fair amount of savvy and know-how.

Who's Behind That Voice on the Phone: Meet TechSoup Client Services

Tech Soup Blog

As an AmeriCorps volunteer, she ran environmental stewardship programs for schoolchildren at Bear Brook State Park in New Hampshire. She gives them a new password and then asks them to log in. Then they confess that they forgot the new password. She'll give members their new passwords as many times as they need her to. October 5 through 9, 2015 is official Customer Service Week by dint of presidential proclamation.

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RootCampSL: Machinima Session

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Last Sunday, I drove like a bat out of hell from my Sharing Foundation board meeting in New Hampshire to my computer so I could log in to the RootsCampSL session on "U sing Machinima for Social Change and Political Action." Some takeaways for me: I learned how to spell and pronounce this new genre of filmmaking. I learned about the Second Life Camera Controls Tutorial and now playing with the camera in SL during meetings is my new form of 3D doodling.

Community Is Better than Cute Cats: How to Raise Money for Your Unsexy, but Important, Cause

NTEN

Before that, she worked as a political organizer, communications specialist for a women’s nonprofit in Cambodia, and leader of an organization providing outdoor activities and mentors for rural youth in New Hampshire. Susan Gordon, Director of Nonprofit Services, Causes. Even if the mission of your nonprofit doesn't have anything to do with adorable cats or precious babies, you can still raise money using social media.

V3 Campaign: Candidates Talking About Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Robert is Founder and President of the DC Central Kitchen, the Co-Convener of the first Nonprofit Congress and, most recently, the Founder and Director of the Nonprofit Primary Project, which developed presidential candidate forums in New Hampshire. V3 is his new website that shows how we can get all of this to happen.

Accessibility: 5 Lessons for a Better Nonprofit Website

Connection Cafe

Check out New Hampshire Association for the Blind: #3 Avoid too many steps and fields on donation forms. Feature photo: Used by permission with grateful acknowledgement to Evan Strong and Jesse Billauer of Life Rolls On (Venice Beach, CA). Hear this, friends. Almost 5% of Americans are color blind and another 9% have trouble seeing even while wearing glasses.

Tales of faux donors scamming charities

Robert Weiner

Then I went to work, and a friend of mine who was also a big Star Trek fan called me from New Hampshire to say “did you hear about Deforest Kelly?!? The following is a compilation of online discussions of faux donors trying to scam colleges, schools, and nonprofits. In most cases it’s not clear what the scammers are trying to achieve. Maybe they’re just practical jokes.

Boosting Arizona's Philanthropic Resources

ASU Lodestar Center

Research by Ross Gittell at the University of New Hampshire suggests that the main factors influencing household giving include personal income, capital gains, religious group affiliation, age, volunteerism, and educational attainment. [1] posted by. Marissa Theisen , President & CEO. Arizona Grantmakers Forum. In my last post , I highlighted the current status of Arizona's philanthropic sector, based on a research report released by Arizona Grantmakers Forum in January 2011.

Keep Ahead of Higher Ed, the Professional Development Competition for Associations

WBT Systems

But, as economic and technological changes increase the demand for new skills and knowledge, colleges and universities see a market need and they want in. Meet the new professional development competition for associations: higher education. “If At UNC, Northeastern, Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, and other universities, administrators are experimenting with new professional development programs targeted at recent graduates and seasoned professionals.

6 Proven Ways to Grow Your eMail List using Facebook [w/ Slides]

Connection Cafe

For example, a dog shelter can put create a short e-book of “How to Housebreak Your Dog in One Week” As you can imagine, this is a common question for all new (and potential) dog owners. For example, PetSave New Hampshire (below) offered a weekend getaway for the winner and their dog (a huge incentive). Growing your email list is core to any nonprofit’s email marketing strategy. The reason growing your email list is such a big deal is because of attrition.

The Top 10 Most Effective Donation Form Optimizations You Can Make

Connection Cafe

Check out the New Hampshire Association for the Blind to see a well executed example of this. Make sure you make it simple for your new donors to turn their gift into a monthly recurring donation. Be sure to think strategically about how to leverage these post donation “touches” to further the relationship with these new donors: Let them know how their donation will be used. Online giving was up 13.5%

Multi-channel for Marriage Equality

Connection Cafe

On Friday, New York joined the ranks of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, New Hampshire, Vermont and Washington, D.C. The fight for marriage equality is far from over, but the victory in New York is a wonderful step in the right direction. Generated more than 47,199 emails from New Yorkers to their state lawmakers. Contributed more than $145,000 through the HRC New York PAC to support pro-equality state Senate candidates. Author: Jill Ward.

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Just watch what happens in New Hampshire.

Ten Ways Small NGOs Can Collaborate

NTEN

While I was on sabbatical at Tuck/Dartmouth, one of the things I heard from small NGOs in the Upper Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire, is that they couldn't afford a staff position to manage their donor data and systems. By Edward Granger-Happ, Global CIO, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).

Good News! Starbucks Signed an Agreement with Ethiopia

Have Fun - Do Good

In January, Starbucks ’ stores in: Alaska, Washington, Oregon, northern California, northern Nevada, New Mexico, Montana, Idaho, Texas, Maine, New Hampshire, parts of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Rhode Island were rBGH-free. Virginia, Maryland, parts of Pennsylvania, and parts of New Jersey to its list of rBGH-free store locations. Guess what? Your advocacy made a difference.

Adding value all-around: knowing when to hire staff or engage volunteers

Twenty Hats

About five years ago, the state of New York passed legislation detailing what volunteers can and cannot do,” says Jessica Trump, the museum’s Volunteer and Internships Programs Supervisor. It became difficult to find new volunteers willing to devote that much time to programming.

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The swag they carried

Allegiance Group

In June, though, I got a message asking me to make a donation to the campaign and offering me one of a brand new line of “Environmentalists for Obama&# organic cotton T-shirt. Non-profits should take this as a lesson: don’t just remind people that you have existing stuff to sell, roll out new gear to your email list as a premium before adding it what doesn’t sell right away to the store.

The long form | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

million views, his 13 minute speech after New Hampshire scored 800,000+ views, his 34-minute speech on the day before Martin Luther King day garnered 725,000+ views, and his SC victory speech was viewed just under 570,000 times. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

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Beaconfire Survey: What can we learn from the Presidential candidates? | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

But it was eclipsed by the contributions he received after he lost New Hampshire. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

Did Facebook’s Politics app forget to add social to their network? | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

The application has become about as ubiquitous as any Facebook app not installed by default can hope to be – more than a quarter of my friends have it, and during the weeks leading up to the New Hampshire primary, I saw more updates by it than any other module. Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

Saturation Day | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

Since the new year began, I’ve received no less than 4 messages from Hillary Clinton’s campaign. And with my What-If machine broken, there’s no way to find out what would have happened had the candidates had sent out less mail – would Iowa and New Hampshire have turned out differently?

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1,000,000 Strong for Facebook Groups | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

That didn’t stop people from creating groups, just to get a momentary press hit (note the " 1,000,000 Strong against Hillary [Clinton] " group – this was founded by the New Hampshire Republican party and is populated by people who don’t know this), but that was about all they got from it. Every week or so, I see another friend cleaning out his or her group list and leaving 10-15 groups at a time to make room for new ones.

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