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AidMatrix Using Innovative Tech To Aid Tornado Victims

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In the wake of yet another disaster, this time with unprecedentedly powerful tornadoes in Oklahoma, the power of tech-savvy nonprofits is once again on full display. Blog Industry News Leadership Tech aidmatrix disaster recovery Oklahoma

Severe Weather in Texas and Oklahoma - Debris Removal and Muckout Hotline

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United Way of Abilene, Information Technology Disaster Resource Center​ and Crisis Cleanup​ are sponsoring a free, multi-agency debris removal and muckout hotline for survivors of the recent severe weather in Texas and Oklahoma. Effective immediately through July 4th, residents of Texas and Oklahoma requiring assistance may call 1-800-451-1954 to request help with cleanup, Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm As a public service, VisionLink, Connect First, Inc.​,

Tornado Facebook Group Reunites Oklahoma Victims With Belongings

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Tornado Facebook Group Reunites Oklahoma Victims With Belongings : "Hagelberg logged into Facebook and found that many of her neighbors had reported finding items, so she decided to start a Facebook group to reunite victims of the tornado with their missing belongings.

Oklahoma governor thanks media for tornado coverage | Poynter.

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Oklahoma governor thanks media for tornado coverage | Poynter. : We have a big metro area and then we have very rural Oklahoma in our viewing area,” Hendrix told me. The Vital Role of Online and Mobile When I spoke with him Tuesday morning, an exhausted-sounding KFOR Interim News Director Steve Johnson was juggling the demands of coordinating another day of storm cleanup and what will likely be another afternoon of heavy storms.

Bring Your Own App - Digital Flexibility Is Being Exercised - The NonProfit TimesThe NonProfit Times

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Pilcher presented roundtable BYOA sessions at the Transformative Learning Conference in Oklahoma City, Okla., Bring Your Own App - Digital Flexibility Is Being Exercised - The NonProfit TimesThe NonProfit Times : "The request led her to crowdsourcing apps at national conferences. this past March and then again at the Association of Nurses in Professional Development’s (ANPD) Aspire to Excel conference in Las Vegas, Nev., in July.

Aidmatrix Offers Free Listing Service to TechSoup Members Active in Oklahoma Relief Efforts

Tech Soup Blog

Nonprofits aiding relief efforts in Moore, Oklahoma can post their needs and connect directly with donors using Aidmatrix Network , a service offered by TechSoup partner, Aidmatrix. Image: Helping Oklahoma Recover, Aidmatrix.

The Cost of Starting a Nonprofit in Every State

NonProfit Hub

Oklahoma. Oklahoma business registration: fees for needed licenses. Oklahoma charitable registration: $15-$65, depending on contributions. The process of starting a nonprofit requires a fair amount of savvy and know-how. Building from the ground up, it’s often difficult knowing where to start. Questions arise like “What do I need” and “Why do I need it?”

Newly Released With “Look Inside!” Functionality! Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Proceeds benefit the American Indian Center for Excellence (AICE) at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits is now fully released to the public in both print and digital format. You can now also “Look Inside!&#

Social Media for Social Good e-Book Version Now Available for Download!

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Proceeds benefit the American Indian Center for Excellence (AICE) at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. I tell ya. It’s a surreal feeling to know that someone could be reading your book right now… on the subway, in a cafe, or at a park in any city, anywhere in the world.

The Most Generous Online Giving Cities in the U.S.

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Oklahoma City. Online fundraising continued its double-digit growth in 2013, retaining the mantle as the fastest growing fundraising channel, growing at 13.5% according to Blackbaud’s most recent Charitable Giving Report.

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Waters True Value donates $4,000 with the help of social media - News - Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS

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Waters’ encouraged their Facebook friends to share a “Pray for Oklahoma” status with a promise of donating one dollar to the disaster relief efforts for each share. The True Value Corporation in Chicago continued the endeavor by matching the amount, resulting in a $4,000 donation given to the Oklahoma City Red Cross

How to Incorporate March Madness in Your Nonprofit Fundraising

NonProfit Hub

Anyone can become a quick basketball expert by predicting that North Dakota State would beat Oklahoma or that Mercer can play superior basketball to Duke.

American Indian Resource Center: A TechSoup Youth Organization Profile

Tech Soup Blog

in Oklahoma is one of the frontline organizations that addresses these and other issues in a very interesting way – starting with the children. is located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, which is the capitol of the Cherokee Nation.

Social Media for Social Good Book Tour Raises $17,130 for Partner Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Proceeds benefited the American Indian Center for Excellence (AICE) at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.

Convio Go! List-Building Strategies

Connection Cafe

To help the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (a nonprofit medical research organization) find the answers, the Convio Go! To learn more about the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF), please visit [link]. Author: Jennifer Atkins. OMRF Shows New Supporters that “Geek is Chic” Working with small, resource-strapped nonprofits, we often find that many have the same questions about engaging new supporters: How often should we communicate? Are we saying too much?

Using Geospatial Maps in Time of Disaster

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Geospatial mapping is an increasingly hot topic in large-scale natural disasters, including Hurricane Sandy and the Oklahoma Tornadoes. As technology continues to advance, data mapping is moving from being a powerful tool for specific cases to being a new norm in all disaster relief.

VisionLink’s Strategic Advantage Consulting is Proud to support the Complete College America Strategic Planning Academy

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States participating in the Complete College America Strategic Planning Academy are: California Hawaii Illinois New Mexico Ohio Oklahoma West Virginia VisionLink is proud to partner with the Complete College America and believe that “We all work better by working together”.

8 Ideas for Social Media Rewards

Connection Cafe

Last month during my kid's spring break we took a little trip to a favorite destination of mine as a child, the Science Museum of Oklahoma. Author: Kent Gilliam.

Charities Use SMS to Raise Funds and Help Tornado Victims Rebuild

Mobile Commons

After tornados tore through Oklahoma and Texas, the tens of thousands of survivors have struggled to rebuild. In response, charities such as World Vision and Save the Children turned to SMS to raise the vital funds to help these communities.

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Eric Jacobsen Blog

Carl Magee invented the parking meter when back in 1932 the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce asked Magee to solve problems caused by all-day parkers in the downtown business district. Great ideas for your business can come at anytime from anyone on your team.

Why Are Charity Mobile Phone Donation Programs Going Extinct?

Tech Soup Blog

The Oklahoma City based cell phone recycling company, Pace Butler has experimented with multiple phone donation for charity programs over the years. Not that long ago, there were dozens of charity mobile phone donation programs vying for attention.

Putting a Face on Wonkiness OR Wonkiness is Cool

Connection Cafe

Check out these great examples: • Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation’s “ Geek…It’s The New Chic ” • Environmental Defense Fund’s “ Adopt a Nerd &rdquo Author: Jordan Viator. Guest post by Emily Goodstein, Account Manager at Convio.

Who Will Be the Next $100,000 Purpose Prize Winner? - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

She and Murphy were called to immediate service to search the rubble of the Oklahoma City bombing. There in Oklahoma, she realized the nation needed a better system for training search dogs and matching them to firefighters—not just volunteers.

Pottsboro Area Library: The Winner of TechSoup’s February Success Story Digital Connector Challenge

Tech Soup Blog

Pottsboro is a small town located 75 minutes north of Dallas on the Texas-Oklahoma border. To kick off our new success stories. section of TechSoup.org we launched a contest last month for great digital inclusion stories.

Nomad Cafe: How to Start a Green Cafe

Have Fun - Do Good

I grew up in Oklahoma, in the heart of cattle country. I spent a few years back east at Boston University studying film, and ended up landing a job as a Production Assistant on a Hollywood film that was shooting back in Oklahoma. Have you ever thought about starting a green cafe?

How to Clear Critical Data From Your Cell Phone Before You Get Rid of It

Tech Soup Blog

The Pace Butler Cell Phone Data Erase Tool is operated by the Oklahoma City based mobile phone recycling company Pace Butler. In the U.S., we get new cell phones on average every 18 months. One of biggest risks we face is the critical data stored in our old phones that we get rid of.

The Wildness in the Corner: A Discussion with Jason Nelson

Museum 2.0

I grew up in Oklahoma. But there’s a lot of unexpected beauty in Oklahoma—weird folk art with plastic deer, a beautiful house. Okay, I lied. Last week I announced the end of Game Friday.

Social Actions Roundup #19: Time to vote in USAID's first open source challenge!

Social Actions

DonorsChoose.org announces a challenge grant that will match donations to all projects posted by Oklahoma teachers.

Social Actions Roundup #19: Time to vote in USAID's first open source challenge!

Social Actions

DonorsChoose.org announces a challenge grant that will match donations to all projects posted by Oklahoma teachers.

Welcome Ideas At Any Time From Anyone

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Carl Magee invented the parking meter when back in 1932 the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce asked Magee to solve problems caused by all-day parkers in the downtown business district. skip to main | skip to sidebar Eric Jacobson On Management And Leadership Welcome!