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Announcing the Digital Inclusion Fellowship


Today, more than 60 million Americans still aren't using the Internet at home. We hope you'll join us! digital inclusion

3 Ways Purpose Helps You Build a Better, Strategic Brand

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A great example is Raleigh International , a nonprofit based in the UK: its purpose is "to create lasting change through youth."

Fundraising Best Practices to Enhance Individual Donor Strategies


This post originally appeared on BC/DC Ideas. ———-. What is the fundraising potential for small and mighty nonprofits?

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

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Raleigh. according to Blackbaud’s most recent Charitable Giving Report. million to more than $8.3 million. . The regions (based on the U.S.

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Is There a Community of #Tech4Good Activists Waiting for You?

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Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina: Tech Trends for 2017. Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina: Spring Networking Event. Africa. Europe and the UK.

Nonprofits plan to pursue more mobile fundraising :: Editor’s Blog at Local Tech Wire

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Nonprofits plan to pursue more mobile fundraising :: Editor’s Blog at Local Tech Wire: "RALEIGH, N.C.

The 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar


BC/DC Ideas / Raleigh, NC / $60. Fundraising. Donor relations. Accounting. Marketing. Nonprofit technology, and more! What are you waiting for?

Lack of resources hamstrings online efforts, nonprofits say ::

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Lack of resources hamstrings online efforts, nonprofits say :: "Raleigh, N.C. While many nonprofits have built their staffs and processes around traditional marketing and fundraising activities, a lack of resources is preventing them from adequately pursuing online activities, a new study says

Nonprofits warm up to social media ::

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Nonprofits warm up to social media :: "Raleigh, N.C.

Spring Is Here! Get Outside and Meet Your NPTech Community

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Raleigh, North Carolina: Storymakers 2016 — How to Create Digital Stories to Raise Money and More. Storymakers. Wednesday, May 11. Africa.

Transferring Funds in QuickBooks

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Register here for 10/02 in Asheville, NC or 10/03 in Raleigh, NC. (Please visit the site to view this video). another. Do not. While your bank.

What Does a NetSquared Event Look Like?

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Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina: Get More out of Excel: Tips and Tricks. Join us every month for a dose of community inspiration. Africa. Europe.

Supporting Nonprofit Tech Educators Across the Globe

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Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina: Get Your Holiday Cheer On! Here's your monthly roundup of free in-person #Tech4Good events. Join us! event

New blogs of note


She's currently making a move to Raleigh, NC and her personal blog is at Reid All About It. He blogs at Tolling Points. He writes at EMTeacher.

Coming up.

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

October is shaping up to be a busy month. The topic: Managing Technology across Multiple Locations. online event sponsored by TechSoup.

Your NetSquared Holiday Gift!

Tech Soup Blog

Raleigh, NC: Time to get social! They’re the new Santa Claus, offering #nptech gifts year-round! Newest Net2Local Groups. December Events.

NTEN Member Buzz Round-Up: Shout-outs, Contests, Wikis


There's a lot of good info there on nonprofit technology topics, so even if you're not from the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, you might want to take a gander at the notes ! Flickr: cogdogblog Judy Hallman always rocks the power of wikis for knowledge aggregation and collaboration. ") The winners will be announced at the NTC.

Live QuickBooks® Seminars Coming to a City Near You

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Raleigh, NC on October 3. If you’re a frequent visitor and you use QuickBooks® to manage your organization’s finances (as 70 percent of nonprofits in the U.S. do), QuickBooks Made Easy may have caught your eye. This CD-ROM-based training software is the creation of Gregg S. Part 1 ($65) will be held from 9 a.m.

On Collins’ “What Makes Powerful Nonprofit Leaders” – a conversation with Association Trends’ 2007 Young and Aspiring Association Professionals


I was asked to start a conversation going with my fellow bloggers/readers and the other eleven 2007 Young and Aspiring Association Professionals (listed at the bottom of this post, who may or may not be familiar with this kind of blog-conversation format) as named by Association Trends back in November. Lobell and Paul M. What do you think?

The g'Earls on Tech Training

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

On the drive back from the YMCA tech conference from Raleigh, Doria and I popped the Uncle Earl CD into the player, and listened to our friend Rayna play her fiddle and sing the tender cold-blooded murder ballad Willy Taylor. When the band drops out and we learn "she took out a brace of pistols that she had at her command."

Hardware Lifecycle Planning

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

One of these days, the computer on your desk will die. Not a pretty picture. Each one running a slightly different mix of standard software apps.

Social Networks in Small Places


She's made some deep connections with the Raleigh community through Twitter, which have led to a number of outreach opportunities. In just a few weeks, I'm heading to Colorado to chat with a group of nonprofits about using social media in their work -- but not in Denver. I'm going to Western Colorado, where everything is smaller.

Managing Technology Across Multiple Locations

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

A Case Study The YMCA of Triangle Area is a 14 branch YMCA in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina, with two camps -- Seagull and Seafarer -- a several hour drive away on the Pamlico Sound. In all the talk about emerging technologies I rarely hear discussed solutions for the problems faced by organizations with more than one location.