How to Start a Nonprofit in North Carolina | 10-Steps Guide

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Did you know there are over 120,000 nonprofits incorporated in the state of North Carolina? To start a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in North Carolina, you’ll need to determine key information about your organization; also, file some paperwork with state and federal agencies.

2012 North Carolina Center for Nonprofits Conference

Amy Sample Ward

Related Links : North Carolina Center for Nonprofits. Date : September 13-14, 2012. Location : Research Triangle Park, NC. Topic : Finding the Right Mix: A Strategic Look at Mobile, Social, and Web. Description : Given budget constraints and growing technology demands, how can the average nonprofit keep up? The key is finding the right mix! This session will provide a strategic look at how to integrate nonprofit communications – mobile, social, and web.

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Stories of Resilience: Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina

Connection Cafe

The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina is one such organization that has harnessed its supporter base’s commitment to serve community needs. Stories of Resilience: A Series Brought To You By The Blackbaud Institute.

Nonprofit news roundup, 12.05.14 « Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Nonprofit news roundup, 12.05.14 « Philanthropy North Carolina : "Launched in 2012 by New York’s 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation, with additional partners, #GivingTuesday is driven mainly by social media and online giving campaigns, the report says.

How the Autism Society of North Carolina Gets The Message Out with Email Marketing

NonProfit Hub

The Autism Societ y of North Carolina is one example. If you’d like to donate to the Autism Society of NC, please visit this link; if you would like to volunteer, or help spread the word of the good they’re doing in North Carolina for the autistic community, the Society would love to hear from you. Nonprofits that verify their 501(c)(3) status will receive 20% OFF their accounts, and organizations located in North Carolina are eligible for a free account.

Nonprofit news roundup, 05.03.13 ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Nonprofit news roundup, 05.03.13  Philanthropy North Carolina : Habitat Metrolina Partners receive tech award Habitat for Humanity Metrolina Partners in Charlotte received the 2013 Technology Innovation Award from Apparo, formerly NPower Charlotte Region, and sponsored by Accenture

Digital civil society emerging ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Digital civil society emerging  Philanthropy North Carolina : Digital technology and data are driving the use of private resources for public good, and the shape of that emerging social economy will depend on how nonprofits, philanthropies, business and government address critical questions about the ways that data are collected, shared and used, a new report says.

Nonprofits flunk online fundraising test ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Nonprofits flunk online fundraising test  Philanthropy North Carolina : he inaugural Online Fundraising Scorecard, a study by Dunham Company and Next After, reviewed the websites of 151 organizations over nine months in 2013, signed up to receive emails, and made an initial $20 gift.

Giving through charity websites grows ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Giving through charity websites grows  Philanthropy North Carolina : Donors, including a growing number age 60 and older, increasingly prefer to give through a charity’s website, often motivated by requests through direct mail and social media, a new study says.

Tech tools seen boosting funder collaboration ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Tech tools seen boosting funder collaboration  Philanthropy North Carolina : Funders that want to work together but find it tough to do can turn to technology to make it easier to collaborate, a new report says. New tech tools “can make collaborations easier by reducing inefficiencies and enabling new methods of working together,” says Harnessing Collaborative Technologies, a report from the Monitor Institute and the Foundation Center

Use your blog to open your door ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Use your blog to open your door  Philanthropy North Carolina : Visitors to your website and subscribers to your blog are looking for information, insight and ideas for improving your community. Those visitors also want to understand your nonprofit and its impact. So use your blog to inform and engage them

Nonprofit use of data mixed ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Nonprofit use of data mixed  Philanthropy North Carolina : Nonprofits are tracking data on their operations and programs but face hurdles in gathering and building data into their business, a new survey says. Too often, barriers keep nonprofits from collecting and integrating important data into their daily work,” says the 2012 State of Nonprofit Data Report from NTEN and Idealware

Give your website an organic role in growing your nonprofit ? Philanthropy North Carolina

AFP Blog

Give your website an organic role in growing your nonprofit  Philanthropy North Carolina : Your nonprofit’s website should embrace visitors and engage them in your work. It should be your welcome sign, your open door, your directory and your help desk. It should make clear to visitors, instantly, who you are, who you serve and the difference you make

Webinar Recap: NCACPA Leverages Data to Inform Key Business Decisions

Association Analytics

The North Carolina Association of CPAs (NCACPA) is focused on providing superior service to its 13,000+ members in the accounting profession and community.

Performance Based Funding Institute to Improve Higher Education

VisionLink

Douglas Zimmerman and Lois Ann Porter traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina to organize the Performance-Based Funding Institute VisionLink produced for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. At the Institute, 9 Community Colleges from Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina gathered to discuss engaging stakeholders around success for all community college students. Shaun Yoder of Education First, facilitating the North Carolina state team at the PBF Institute.

Daily DoGooder: The We Do Campaign

See3

A good example is this clips from the “We Do Campaign” of gay couples petitioning registrars, and being denied marriage licenses in North Carolina. [.]. Change the world, one video at a time.The We Do Campaign | 3:19 Campaign for Southern Equality Often, nothing is stronger than simple documentation of real people fighting for their rights.

Providing education for incarcerated students

M+R

Our campaign garnered bipartisan support for lifting the ban and spurred policy shifts in states including New Jersey, Michigan, Tennessee and North Carolina.

Digital Storytelling with Yash Mori

EveryAction

I grew up in North Carolina and I became politically active when one of my best friends got a deportation order — an order of removal. I had no idea of the struggle that undocumented folks in North Carolina were experiencing. Fortunately, we won the case and he was able to stay with us in North Carolina. So, I went to YouTube and learned how to record and edit a video, so that I could email it to the local media outlets in North Carolina.

Geo-Tagged Map Shows Impact of Hurricane Joaquin in Real Time

VisionLink

Map illustrates damage reports as hurricane hits North Carolina. VisionLink is partnering with local churches and community groups to poll between 2,000-3,000 people throughout North Carolina. BOULDER, Colo. — 5, 2015— VisionLink , a community inspired software and consulting company, has developed a free, shareable, real-time, geo-tagged map depicting actual damage reports produced by Hurricane Joaquin.

3 Ways Your Nonprofit Can Be An Ally Without Stepping On Toes

Care2

With the need for the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the killing of communities of color, the tragedy at Pulse in Orlando , and the passing of HB2 in North Carolina, lots of nonprofits have been stepping forward as a resource, a support center, or through advocacy. It’s been a pretty tough year for communities across the nation.

TLA Profile: Ada Jenkins Center

NTEN

The Ada Jenkins Center near Charlotte, North Carolina, provides crisis assistance and the integrated delivery of. Creating a comprehensive IT strategy helps a popular community center gain board support for key technology initiatives, including a new VoIP phone system and new computer hardware. Collaborating with the board of directors to implement an IT strategy. Kimberlee Roth. Owner. Outword, LLC. read more

[Guide] Creating Video for Nonprofits

EveryAction

So, I went to YouTube and learned how to record and edit a video, so that I could distribute it to the local media outlets in North Carolina. When you're building a movement, video is an indispensable storytelling tool. By appealing to a wide range of our senses, videos capture our attention and activate our emotions, unlike any other medium.

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The Seven Roles Of Being A Collaborative Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

He holds degrees from Claremont McKenna College, Syracuse University and the University of North Carolina. Edward M. Marshall 's book, Transforming The Way We Work -- The Power Of The Collaborative Workplace , remains relevant today, more than a decade after Marshall wrote it.

More NTEN Stories, More Member Prizes

NTEN

Today, Paul Jones from North Carolina Center for Nonprofits tells us how she uses technology on a daily basis: Our daily prize winner, who will receive a care package full of NTEN goodies, is. NTEN Members continue to rock Member Appreciation Month, participating in free webinars, giving each other shout outs with #NTENThanks and, of course, sharing their NTEN Stories.

VisionLink Supports the National Academy Foundation’s Work-Based Learning Fellows

VisionLink

The NAF WBL Fellows initiative, with academy leaders from North Carolina, Louisiana, New York, Nevada, Texas, and California, fostered sharing of expertise among leaders in order to deepen their practice, and co-create effective WBL tools and strategies to help the larger NAF network ensure that all students are prepared for college and careers.

Veterans Organic Garden: An Off-the-Grid Jobs Program

Tech Soup Blog

When we found out about Lovay Wallace-Singleton's new project to build a solar-powered organic garden in North Carolina, one that also brings rehabilitation and jobs to veterans, we had to talk to her. It's located in the city of New Bern in North Carolina's Inner Banks region. She told me that North Carolina is a natural fit for her project because the two largest industries there are agriculture and military.

How Puppy Love Transformed an Annual Fundraiser

Qgiv

What is meant to be always finds a way, and that proved to be the case with Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s annual Puppygram fundraiser! Like many other nonprofits, Brother Wolf was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Seven Roles Of Being A Collaborative Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

He holds degrees from Claremont McKenna College, Syracuse University and the University of North Carolina. Edward M. Marshall 's book, Transforming The Way We Work -- The Power Of The Collaborative Workplace , remains relevant today, more than a decade after Marshall wrote it.

Exploring the Future of Hospital Foundation Technology with Salesforce

Cloud 4 Good

residents in eastern North Carolina, Vidant’s overall vision is to become the national model for rural health and wellness by creating a premier, trusted healthcare delivery education system.

The 2016 - 2017 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

EveryAction

South Carolina's Nonprofit Summit. South Carolina's Nonprofit Summit. South Carolina’s Nonprofit Summit is the state’s largest and most comprehensive conference designed specifically by and for leaders in the nonprofit sector. North American YMCA Development Organization (NAYDO) / San Diego, CA / $850. Conference for North Carolina's Nonprofits. Conference for North Carolina's Nonprofits.

The 2018 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

EveryAction

South Carolina's Nonprofit Summit. South Carolina's Nonprofit Summit. South Carolina’s Nonprofit Summit is the state’s largest and most comprehensive conference designed specifically by and for leaders in the nonprofit sector. Collaborate with peers from across North America who understand your challenges. North American YMCA Development Organization (NAYDO) / New Orleans, LA / $725. Conference for North Carolina's Nonprofits. It's finally here!

4 Tips for Using Facebook Fundraising for Year-End Giving

Achieve

If your nonprofit signs up for Facebook Payments, one of the two payout methods available to North American nonprofits, you may receive donor email addresses (if the donors opt to share it) upon downloading the Daily Transaction Report.

Faith-Based Organization Fundraising: 5 Top Tips Based On The Latest Trends

CauseVox

Beginning as a small religious community based in North Carolina, Dorcas Ministries has made a homegrown difference in the lives of Cary-area residents over the past 40 years.

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.

How To Be A Collaborative Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

He holds degrees from Claremont McKenna College, Syracuse University and the University of North Carolina. Edward M. Marshall's book, Transforming The Way We Work -- The Power Of The Collaborative Workplace , remains relevant today, more than a decade after Marshall wrote it.

Free Live Chat on February 26: How to Get Grants for Your International Work

Tech Soup Blog

from University of North. Carolina School of Law and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from. the University of North Carolina School of Social Work. Foundations that give grants to non-U.S. based charities must do. additional reporting to IRS to prove that the funds were used. appropriately, either in the form of equivalency determination (ED) or. expenditure responsibility (ER). As a result, compared to domestic.

Tuesday at the Gathering

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

One new initiative that I got to hear about was the L3C proposed in North Carolina. North Carolina is interested, because they see it as a way to buy unused industrial properties and make them available to businesses that could resume making furniture (since NC has been losing these jobs to Asia). The Board Meeting The board meeting went well. I met Kris Prendergast, the new CEO of the Social Enterprise Alliance, as well as new board members for the first time.

The New Mobile Normal & Three Easy Ways to Address It

NetWits

You don’t need to know exactly how mobile technology can best help your mission - but here’s some ideas to help. Nonprofits from around the Country including Washington, Oregon, Florida, New Jersey and North Carolina have applied. Today’s guest post is from Tonia Zampieri. Tonia’s the Mobile Strategist for Atlantic Business Technologies.

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Database and Website Integration: Open Source Options:Last Chance to Register for John Kenyon's Workshop in NC

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

He leading a workshop in North Carolina at RTPnet on Open Source CMS and CRM systems. One of the smartest, funniest, and best trainers in the nonprofit technology space is my colleague, John Kenyon. I wish I lived near by - because I'd definitely go. Here's the description: Learn all about CMS???s, s, CRM???s s and Open Source software ??? in plain English.

Lame spams of the day: eBay and Paypal transfers

Robert Weiner

Bank account BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA. I got a ton of these earlier this week. First clue it's spam: when you get 10 versions of the same message. I particularly like the randomized "buyer emails" like lorem.eget.mollis@tinciduntDonecvitae.ca. The text was all variations on this theme: Transaction ID 934493892393 Transaction Time : 7/23/2012 03:00 PDT. Your funds are now available. Dear robert@rlweiner.com, The funds from this eBay payment are now available for use.

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How To Be A Collaborative Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

He holds degrees from Claremont McKenna College, Syracuse University and the University of North Carolina Edward M. Marshall's book, Transforming The Way We Work -- The Power Of The Collaborative Workplace , remains relevant today, more than a decade after Marshall wrote it. Particularly useful is the book's section that teaches readers how to be a collaborative leader.

Where's the Care2 Team in August 2011?

Care2

Care2's own Jocelyn Harmon is out on the speaking path again, this time delivering the keynote at AFP's North Carolina Philanthropy Conference. AFP North Carolina Philanthropy Conference Durham, NC. The dog days of summer are upon us, and like the recommended fabric for the season our conference schedule is light and breezy. Watch for us at a handful of important conferences this month.

Member Appreciation Month Week 3 Recap

NTEN

Sarah Mann Wilcox of North Carolina Center for Nonprofits is the winner of nonprofit expert, Kivi Leroux Miller ''s new book, The Nonprofit Marketing Guide. We''re trotting into our fourth week of Member Appreciation Month (MAM) and the #ntenthanks continues! Speaking of trotting, we know many of you are headed for turkey and holiday celebrations this week so our webinar programming is taking a holiday till next week.