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Register for the 2014 Independent Sector Conference in Seattle, November 16-18

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NTEN is proud to partner with Independent Sector (IS) to bring its 2014 National Conference to Seattle this November 16-18. At the 2014 National Conference in Seattle, you’ll find plenary programs featuring thought leaders from the nonprofit and philanthropic sector, alongside breakout sessions that will zero in on the most complex questions of our day. conference event independent sector Leadership Seattle

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Nonprofits & Data Summit, Seattle: Learn to Achieve Measurable Results

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NTEN's going to head up I-5 to Seattle on August 8th to put on a one-day workshop that will explore ways you can make data easier to manage, more useful, and mission-focused. Where : Student Center, Seattle University, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122. Data nptech nten Seattle

#kantersea: Data, Transparency, and Measurement In Seattle

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I’m in Seattle for a couple days doing a round of “ Measuring the Networked Nonprofit ,” events to talk about measurement, data, and impact, generously sponsored by Microsoft. I started the day with a “Beth, Book, and Bagels” event hosted by Pyramid Communications , followed by a lunch talk at the Microsoft Campus hosted by Microsoft Global Citizenship Team. Fist bumps to @ msftcitizenship for hosting #KanterSEA !

NTC Seattle

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Taking a break from the NTC conference in Seattle, staring across the harbor from our 27th floor room in the Westin. We've also been asked to make a presentation of MEMBERS ONLY at the office of a local Seattle org later today - as an entrpreneur, I am very gratified, but I hate to miss a session here! the best thing so far has been meeting face to face people in the technology community I've known virtually for a good while.

Getting It Right at the GEO Conference in Seattle

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Note from Beth: I’m hosting a small army of guest bloggers, grantmakers, who are attending the GeoFunders National Conference taking place this week in Seattle. Getting It Right at the GEO Conference in Seattle – Guest post by Albert Ruesga. The survey will be one of the centerpieces of discussion at this year’s GEO conference being held in Seattle, March 12-14.

Running Free: Seattle Free School at Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp

Tech Soup Blog

The low-budget ethos is encapsulated no better than in the Seattle Free School. Founder Jessica Dally came down from Seattle to give a talk called Run Free: How to Transform Your Community Without Money. One thing I always enjoy about Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp is getting to know very small organizations. A lot of people stopped by our booth and told us about the challenges their one-or-two-person nonprofits are facing.

Global Health in Seattle: The “Proximity Advantage”

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Forum One held two roundtable discussions in Seattle in the past couple of weeks on global health web communications as well as data collection, management, and dissemination. As a mid-sized city with a collection of world-class global health organizations, Seattle has a unique opportunity to leverage the power of community and our “proximity advantage” (as one participant put it) to innovate and break down obstacles to success.

Seattle Data for Global Health roundtable

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Roundtable meetings are becoming a way of life in Seattle these days. Two weeks ago Forum One's Seattle office convened a group of Global Health web communicators and talked in depth about using social media to build connections and awareness. If you or your colleagues are interested in joining in these efforts as they unfold, contact Joe Anderson of Forum One's Seattle office. Seattle Biomedical Research Institute. Seattle Children's.

Arrived in Seattle

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Seattle Web for Global Health Roundtable report

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Last Tuesday night our friends at PATH hosted the second "Seattle Web for Global Health" Roundtable. This invitation-only events brings together folks responsible for web communications in their organizations, and there was a mix of people from organizations large and small, including the University of Washington, the Insititute for Systems Biology, Seattle Children's Hospital, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and many more.

YMCA of Greater Seattle: Windows MultiPoint Server Case Study

Tech Soup Blog

YMCA of Greater Seattle's Kirkland Teen program was one of our test sites. Recommendations to Others from YMCA of Greater Seattle: Emily recommended MultiPoint Server to YMCAs, Boys & Girls Clubs, and libraries. Image: Photo of Emily Smith of YMCA of Greater Seattle, photo by Charles Brennick. Microsoft's Windows MultiPoint Server. is a thin-client or shared-resource-computing.

We talk to The Seattle Foundation about GiveBIG, coming June 23!

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On June 23, The Seattle Foundation is sponsoring this one-day, community-wide day of giving. Groundwire is participating along with hundreds of Seattle-area nonprofits. This is the first online giving event of its kind in Seattle. Our Director of Development Tiffany Devoy asked The Seattle Foundation’s Grantmaking & Community Leadership Associate, Allison Eltrich, to share a little bit more about GiveBIG: Q: Why is The Seattle Foundation sponsoring Give Big?

Seattle Nonprofit Salesforce User Group

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The folks over at NPower Seattle have created a Salesforce User Group for nonprofits. Go to the first meeting on November 19th. I’ll be there, and you should be, too. Come to share, learn, and network! Wednesday, November 19, 8:00am - 9:00am. View Larger Map

Associated Recreation Council of Seattle: Windows MultiPoint Server Case Study

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They are a nonprofit that has a close partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation Department. The program offers Seattle residents with a variety of recreational and lifelong learning programs, classes, and activities. Windows MultiPoint Server. is a thin client or shared resource computing. software solution in which one host computer is shared by multiple users simultaneously.

Editorials | Seattle's Internet philanthropy campaign: Log in and give big | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Editorials | Seattle's Internet philanthropy campaign: Log in and give big | Seattle Times Newspaper : "SEATTLE'S deep roots in philanthropy and technology are nicely twinned in a bold, one-day fundraising campaign benefiting local nonprofits. Until midnight Thursday, an online donation to the charity of your choice, made through the Seattle Foundation, will garner a percentage match.

Force.com User Group starting in Seattle

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I just heard from Val that the Seattle Force.com Developer User group will kick off on October 1st. If you’re near Seattle and code in Apex and VisualForce, come join the group. Would you like to meet other Force.com developers in the Seattle area? Seattle, WA 98161. I’m really excited about it. Want to take a deeper dive into the technical capabilities of Salesforce?

NTC Seattle - Another Day

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

Day two at the NTC. Got to meet a couple more of the bloggers I enjoy following: David Geilhufe of Social Source , and Sonny Cloward of Vermont NonProfit CommunIT, at a session on open communication technologies. Lynn Stott, who has the terrifying task of overseeing the redesign of Techsoup's website, also facilitated. It was a great opportunity to listen in as NPOs discussed their experience introducing blogs, forums, or other avenues of community input on their sites.

I’m taking some time off to recharge, and you should too

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It’s 100 degrees in Seattle (and may reach 110 today), so I am kind of loopy and. Happy Monday, everyone. self-care nonprofit Paul Bowles Sheltering Sky vacation

Racialized and marginalized people are exhausted. We need a break from talking and thinking about inequity and injustice all the time.

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Hi everyone, the weather is finally nice in Seattle, so I want to finish this blog post quickly and take. Personal Race, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion diversity equity inclusion nonprofit racialized and marginalized

With Seattle visitor's center, Gates Foundation invites in the public - NorthJersey.com

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With Seattle visitor's center, Gates Foundation invites in the public - NorthJersey.com : SEATTLE — People are already joking it's a good thing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation isn't charging admission for its new visitor center, which showcases Bill Gates' multibillion-dollar philanthropy, not his computers.

The Seattle Foundation helps King Co. residents "GiveBIG" to nonprofits on May 2nd - PR Newswire - The Sacramento Bee

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The Seattle Foundation helps King Co. residents "GiveBIG" to nonprofits on May 2nd - PR Newswire - The Sacramento Bee : During this one-day, online event, residents of King County make donations to local nonprofits through www.seattlefoundation.org -- and a share of every contribution is matched with a "stretch pool" of funds provided by The Seattle Foundation and local companies and individuals.

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Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The e-Nonprofit Benchmarks Study looks at the effectiveness of major American nonprofit organization using the Internet to raise money and influence public policy. It is described as "a tool that nonprofits can use to measure and compare their online performance to other organizations' online programs." Reviews by colleagues who have deeper expertise in this topic have blogged about this report and it has a made me curious.

Microsoft Pri0 | Microsoft helping nonprofits solve technology problems with Imagine Cup | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Microsoft Pri0 | Microsoft helping nonprofits solve technology problems with Imagine Cup | Seattle Times Newspaper: "Microsoft launched Imagine Cup Solve This on Monday. The Imagine Cup competition brings together student teams from around the world who build software. In the past few years, Microsoft has asked students to build software that helps advance the United Nations' Millennium

Business & Technology | Mobile giving is catching on | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Business & Technology | Mobile giving is catching on | Seattle Times Newspaper: "Giving should be easy, it should be fun and it should be rewarding,' said Jim Manis, chief executive of the Mobile Giving Foundation, a Bellevue-based nonprofit that provides technology for charitable organizations to run mobile campaigns

The 2019 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

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Grantmakers for Effective Organizing (GEO) / Seattle, WA / $1,250. The Giving Institute / Seattle, WA/ TBD. It's finally here! If you loved our 2018 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar get ready for our new, improved, and updated 2019 calendar! We've searched far and wide for the best and brightest nonprofit conferences from all around the country! These conferences range in size, location, and topic. We have everything from: Fundraising & Grants. Nonprofit Management.

Business & Technology | Microsoft joining laptop crusade | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Business & Technology | Microsoft joining laptop crusade | Seattle Times Newspaper: "Microsoft and the laptop organization announced Thursday that the nonprofit's green-and-white XO computers now can run Windows in addition to their homegrown interface, which is built on the open Linux operating system.

Business & Technology | Nonprofit consortium, NetHope, formed to share technology | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Business & Technology | Nonprofit consortium, NetHope, formed to share technology | Seattle Times Newspaper: "Seattle has become a hub for technology and philanthropy, so it's not surprising that a nonprofit consortium combining both would find fertile ground here.The group, NetHope, has grown to 26 members, including locally based nonprofits Mercy Corps, PATH and World Vision, and major.

The Business of Giving | Mobile money and other technology made for philanthropy | Seattle Times Newspaper

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The Business of Giving | Mobile money and other technology made for philanthropy | Seattle Times Newspaper: "As members of NetHope continue their annual meeting in Redmond this week, it's fascinating to look at how the landscape of technology has moved from responding to crises to creating solutions tailor-made for development itself.These worlds are increasingly converging in places like

Business & Technology | Online news site Crosscut poised to switch to nonprofit | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Business & Technology | Online news site Crosscut poised to switch to nonprofit | Seattle Times Newspaper: "David Brewster's commercial venture into the world of Web journalism, is poised to make a shift to nonprofit status, a mere 18 months after its online debut.'I'm

Business & Technology | Saving the world a gigabyte at a time | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Business & Technology | Saving the world a gigabyte at a time | Seattle Times Newspaper: "Bole, 40, is in charge of media development for One Economy, a multinational nonprofit that tries to bridge the gap between haves and have-nots by giving poor people Internet access.

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home I knew it had to happen eventually I knew it had to happen eventually Last Updated on Thursday, 22 March 2007 07:24 Written by Steve Tuesday, 13 March 2007 09:07 After 2 years of daily bike commuting in Seattle, I was finally hit by a car today. I was riding over to NPower Seattle to get a lesson in migrating data out of eTapestry from the incomparable V Waters when it happened.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » The 2nd Annual DoGooderTV Nonprofit Video Awards

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home 2 miles from my house 2 miles from my house Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2008 11:47 Written by Steve Monday, 11 August 2008 11:47 Another reason I love where I live–Discovery Park and it’s miles of running trails right in the middle of Seattle.

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Seattle Salesforce.com User Group Seattle Salesforce.com User Group Last Updated on Thursday, 17 May 2007 07:33 Written by Steve Thursday, 17 May 2007 07:33 I attended the Seattle Salesforce.com User Group today for the first time. If you’re into Salesforce.com and near Seattle you could definitely make a living on this work.

onenws Bookmarks on Delicious

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Join Now! Whats New? Learn more Help Sign In delicious Home Bookmarks Popular Recent Look up a URL People Go to a User Tags Explore ONE/Northwests Bookmarks Bookmarks | Network | Tags | Subscriptions Site: [link] Email: info@onenw.org See more bookmarks in Popular or Recent.

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Plone forms that create Salesforce data Plone forms that create Salesforce data Last Updated on Thursday, 9 August 2007 03:26 Written by Steve Thursday, 9 August 2007 03:26 Andrew writes again about his Plone Salesforce work his merry band of Seattle Plonistas.

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It’s a full-time, Seattle-based position working directly with environmental groups. Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home ONE/Northwest hiring a CRM Consultant ONE/Northwest hiring a CRM Consultant Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 September 2007 02:28 Written by Steve Tuesday, 25 September 2007 12:23 I can’t tell you how excited I am that we’re hiring a full-time CRM consultant up here at ONE/Northwest. The job description is over on the ONE/Northwest site.

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Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Geeks on parade Geeks on parade Last Updated on Thursday, 26 October 2006 03:16 Written by Steve Thursday, 26 October 2006 03:13 We’re hosting the Plone Conference up here in Seattle this week. It turning out to be a great gathering of over 300 Plone aficionados from all over the world. A lot of the best Plone minds are in town, and the conference is going very well.

The 2016 - 2017 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

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BoardSource / Seattle, WA / $950. Points of Light / Seattle, WA / $450. Thousands of nonprofit pros rely on our annual Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar to discover skill-building, strategy-slaying, network-enhancing nonprofit events. Today, we're excited to announce the all-new list for 2017! Bookmark it, share it, love it, and download it for Google or Outlook.

[Guest Post] Retaining Major Gift Donors

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Join me in welcoming Vicki Shelton, Senior Director of BNY Mellon Wealth Management, Seattle, Washington and please enjoy this post on retaining… Education Guest Post Major GivingThis blog focuses on the world of prospect research and various related fundraising topics. To diversify our subject matter, we like to feature the work of our friends and colleagues in the community.