The Marriage of Art and Technology - NPQ - Nonprofit Quarterly

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The eight inclusive museums include San Francisco’s de Young Museum, Seattle Art Museum, San Diego Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of Arts, San Diego Air and Space Museum, San Diego Museum of Man, San Jose’s Computer History Museum, and the University of South Dakota’s Natural History Museum. The Marriage of Art and Technology - NPQ - Nonprofit Quarterly : "Suitable Technologies recently partnered with eight U.S. museums to create virtual experiences for visitors.

Sneak Peek of a New ACS Video

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Preview the American Cancer Society Native American Women breast cancer video - starring an all-Native American cast and filmed in South Dakota! Native American women share their stories of survival.

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GUIDE: Using Donor Personas to Maximize Your Nonprofit Fundraising

The Science Behind Engaging your Supporters

For example, dynamic fields could allow you to display a picture of the Badlands to readers in South Dakota, while readers in Arizona see the Red Rocks of Sedona.

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Leading the Resistance: 28 Organizations You Can (and Should) Support Today

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Lakota People’s Law Project has been partnering with tribes and leaders in South Dakota since 2005, exposing serious ongoing State violations of the Indian Child Welfare Act. DRUM has mobilized and built the leadership of thousands of low-income, South Asian immigrants to lead social and policy change that impacts their own lives- from immigrant rights to education reform, civil rights, and worker’s justice.

The Cost of Starting a Nonprofit in Every State

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North Dakota. North Dakota charitable registration: $25. South Carolina. South Carolina form SCDOR-111 (South Carolina State Tax Identification): varies based on taxes, licenses and permits required. South Carolina charitable registration: $50 (or $0 if filing for exemption). South Dakota. South Dakota tax license application: varies based on taxes, licenses and permits required.

Nonprofit Organizational Culture Eats Big Data for Lunch

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Note from Beth: I was thrilled to be interviewed by Steve along with many other nonprofit data nerds, for his new book, Data Driven Nonprofits. He was kind enough to send me an advanced copy and it is definitely a must read. So, check out this post and be sure to order a copy today! .

How to Use CRM + Donor Management Software to Talk to Anyone

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For example, dynamic fields could allow you to display a picture of the Badlands to readers in South Dakota, while readers in Arizona see the Red Rocks of Sedona.

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Vote Now: Ten Sessions We Want to See at NTC

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We’ll hear from nonprofits that have used concrete project-based fundraising to build libraries in India, heat the homes of Native Americans in South Dakota and even send 5,000 girls to school in Malawi. Voting for the 2012 NTC (Nonprofit Technology Conference) is now open and the competition is fierce. As usual the nonprofit community has pitched some incredibly useful sessions. Here are ten of Frogloop's favorite sessions that we think should make the cut.

NpTech Tag Roundup: Election Day, NPTech Blog Chatter, and Tool Talk

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Photo from Politalk_Tim Flickr Stream via the Voter s project Cross-posted at Netsquared Election Day, Organizing, Campaigns, Nonprofits and Web 2.0 Allison Fine writes an Op-Ed piece on the SF Chronicle entitled " A New Bargain: YouTube Politics."