Two Opportunities for Nonprofits to Power their #GivingTuesday Campaigns — Facebook Ad Credits & #MyGivingStory

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I’m just back from two weeks of inspiring work where I participated in a training for women organizations in the Ukraine and the International Fundraising Congress in Holland.

Meet Dr. James A. Levine: The 1st “You can walk and work!”Evangelist

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

On my 12 hour plane ride back from Ukraine, I read Dr. James A. His lab has studied the impact of incorporating movement into work, like walking meetings. How it changes relationships, sparks creativity, and improves productivity.

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Is A Downer News Cycle A Factor in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Success?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It encouraging slacktivism, not long term relationship between the donor and the charity.

Happy, Healthy 2016: What’s Your Theme for the Year?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I discovered that walking is an important part of my work process- it helps me think, it helps me develop professional relationships, and can help when I am leading trainings. I will continue to blog about walking as work and do workshops. Happy New Year !

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5 Ways to Use Data Storytelling for Advocacy

Tech Soup Blog

A great example that illustrates this combination is Bellingcat's Vehicle Tracking Project , which tracks movements of Russian military equipment related to the Ukraine conflict. Nonprofits are often wary of creating their own data visualizations, and for valid reasons.

Leaders in Nonprofit Technology: Daniel Ben-Horin

Tech Soup Blog

" perspective — on politics and relationships. And more and more of them are trying to create a kind of ground zero of respectful, caring human relationships. I just recently found myself reading Andrey Kurkov who writes magical realism noir novels about Ukraine.