Teen Blogging Project Examples Sought

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

We are looking for examples of youth blogging projects, i.e., cases where the organization encouraged, supported, and/or facilitated the teens in blogging (presumably as part of the organization's mission and goals, e.g., to help youth learn leadership skills, literacy skills, build community, etc.). We are also interested in other kinds of teen social networking under the auspices of a nonprofit or other "social sector" kind of organization.

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The Science of Nonprofit Video Engagement: How To Use Emotion to Increase Social Sharing

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Watch what this group of teens did for their community. Sponsored Post Video MarketingBy Doug Scott , the founder of Tectonic Video , a leading video agency for nonprofits. He and his team work with nonprofits across the U.S.

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The Nonprofit’s Guide to TikTok

Nonprofit Tech for Good

TikTok Videos: Not Just for Dancing Teens. Social Media Sponsored Post TikTokWhat is TikTok? TikTok is a social media platform that allows users to generate 15-second videos and host live streams.

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8 Ways Nonprofits Can Help P2P Fundraisers Meet & Exceed Their Goals

Nonprofit Tech for Good

your connection to soccer, teens, nonprofits, Classy, etc.). These included a Sonos speaker, a Kindle, donations from Classy to their fundraising page, a camping kit, a Fitbit, and a team-sponsored happy hour. Fundraising Sponsored Post

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Mental Health Awareness Month: 10 Nonprofits Advocating For Change

Kindful

Sponsor. Mission: Robbie’s Hope is an uprising of teens to help other teens. Their goal is to cut teen suicide rates in half by 2028. This Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re proud to highlight the innovative and impactful work of these Kindful customers.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

Forum One

" The event, Participation Camp, was organized by volunteers recently and sponsored, in part, by Forum One.Participation, as we discussed it, relates to lowering the.

Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

Forum One

" The event, Participation Camp, was organized by volunteers recently and sponsored, in part, by Forum One.Participation, as we discussed it, relates to lowering the.

How to Design a Fundraising Landing Page that Makes Giving Easy and Inspires People to Give

Get Fully Funded

164.23: Sponsor one student for a month. Say THANK YOU in big letters, followed by a sincere note of appreciation that says something like: “Thanks to you, more teens will be able to attend school and plan their careers.

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34 Clever Summer Fundraising Ideas

Whole Whale

Set a fundraising goal to sponsor a nail color on National Nail Polish Day (June 1) in the spirit of Movember. Think a walk-a-thon meets those highway sponsorship programs: Get supporters to sponsor teams at a rate of $X per pound of trash collected.

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What I Learned From @nancylublin About #dataonpurpose

Beth Kanter

For example, they ran a campaign for teens to collect food for a Food Banks around the country. They interviewed them and found out that homeless teens want one thing – jeans. So they started a partnership with Arrow and campaign called “ Teens for Jeans.”. They know from their data that the Shelters used the jeans to help lure the teens into the shelter for the night. For example, their bootcamps which were sponsored by American Express.

Freshen Up the Sunday Morning Giving Routine With These Church Fundraising Events

Qgiv

This next idea is great if your church has a great youth group with teens old enough to fundraise. While teens may not have a ton of their own disposable income, they can ask family in their social circle to give in support of your church.

Make P2P Fundraising Elementary for Your School Group

Qgiv

Send a note home to parents encouraging them to sign their kids up for the readathon and find sponsors. For each book each child reads, sponsors donate a set amount to that child’s personal fundraising page. Your school group may be small, but it’s capable of big things!

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What you need to know BEFORE you start a nonprofit

Get Fully Funded

Or is it for people who are not accepted by current shelters, such as mothers with teen boys? Or are you looking to open a shelter for teens who have left or been kicked out of their homes, a need totally different than the family shelters in your community.

How Faith-based Nonprofits Can Use Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

Qgiv

Your venue will need to accommodate attendees, sponsors, and event staff , with each of these audiences having unique needs that must be met. Where should sponsors set up a booth (if they get one)? How will sponsors be highlighted during the event (announcements, signage, etc.)?

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Freshen Up the Sunday Morning Giving Routine With These Church Fundraising Events

Qgiv

This next idea is great if your church has a great youth group with teens old enough to fundraise. While teens may not have a ton of their own disposable income, they can ask family in their social circle to give in support of your church.

3 Tips You Can’t Ignore in Connecting with Gen Z

NonProfit Hub

Although their power may be limited as adolescents and young teens, their habits will become increasingly important as they enter the workforce and explore their ability to make an impact on the world around them. For Gen Z, the focus on visual impact begins at the first interaction, when a teen struggles with your mobile website or notices your Instagram profile picture is cropped oddly. Reproductive health is confusing and often unfamiliar to teens and even young adults.

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Are You Serving Youth in Your Community? Think You Could Use a Free Tablet?

Tech Soup Blog

Want to know more about how one Philadelphia-based NGO was able to use their TechSoup donation to help homeless teens develop valuable life skills? Sponsored by TechSoup Global (“ Sponsor ”), 435 Brannan St., Submissions deemed by Sponsor in its sole discretion as inappropriate, objectionable or unfit for publication or that Sponsor determines in its sole discretion are not in compliance with these Official Rules will be disqualified.

Can You Use Your Own Photos on Your Website? Maybe Not

Tech Soup Blog

Teen Retreat. " IBME gets both the teen's and parent's signature. For example, the Oakland Public Library (OPL) posts the following notice prominently in the library (special thanks to OPL children's librarian Erica Siskind for sharing this with us): "Oakland Public Library is permitted to take photographs and video footage of people of all ages at the library and library sponsored events for publicity.

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Apps for Youth, By Youth

Tech Soup Blog

Teen Book Finder (iOS), developed by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), helps teens, parents, teachers, and librarians find the best books and media for teens. Victoria Walker, an 11-year-old from California, designed Rode Dog (coming to Android, iOs, and Windows Phone soon) at an AT&T-sponsored hackathon to stop texting and driving.

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5 Hybrid Event Ideas for Youth Organizations

Qgiv

The kids can participate with their families and fundraise on behalf of your organization by getting other family members to sponsor them. Youth organizations like yours don’t just help kids live happier, healthier childhoods—you prepare them for the future!

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TechSoup Global: Springing into Action

Tech Soup Blog

Then you’ll create a short video (up to 90 seconds) or a five-image slide show to enter the challenge and win prizes donated by our sponsors. Read all about how the Orange County Library System in Florida is teaching teens how to use MakerBot printers and flight simulators as well as other technology skills. TechSoup Global has had a busy year so far with new ventures, exciting contests, and global recognition.

How Nonprofit Leaders Create An Authentic Personal Brand on Intsagram

Beth Kanter

This shot is from a program for teens that the met sponsors, #metteens. Instagram, the popular Millennial photo sharing site, is gaining traction with world leaders, government leaders and nonprofit executive directors.

14 Top Nonprofit Websites to Inspire Your Organization

DNL OmniMedia

The main ways that donors can support the organization are by sponsoring a child or purchasing a one-time gift donation to be sent to a child in need. iThrive Games is a nonprofit devoted to developing educational games and resources to help teens reach their full potential.

[VIDEO] How To Lead And Manage In Our New Nonprofit Work Reality

Bloomerang

So I can tell y’all that stuff, y’all, but I’ll tell you my most important job and how I really, really learned to hone my leadership skills was as solo mama to this teen who, my friends, she has the mack daddy of all summer jobs.

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Equity in Arts Funding: We're Not There Yet. We're Not Even Close.

Museum 2.0

The Children's Museum is functionally serving as a fiscal sponsor for small programs--peer mentoring for teen girls, public art, a farmer's market--that promote social justice and cultural engagement for low-income people. This week, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy released a new paper by Holly Sidford called Fusing Arts, Culture, and Social Change. The title may sound innocuous. The paper is anything but.

Guest Post by Heather McLeod Grant: Reflections on the Personal Democracy Forum

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

As I discovered, PDF is very much a gathering of the “digerati”: politicos, pundits, journalists, techies, bloggers, consultants, activists, and of course vendors and sponsors. These themes of race and class were not lost on ethnographer danah boyd , who gave one of the most provocative presentations of the conference – quoting both Habermas and inner-city teens!

Now Share This: Improving Your Event’s Social Media

Connection Cafe

For a while now, social media’s no longer seen as simply a fad of teens and college students. Show your audience not only the date and how they can register, but feature other participant’s current fundraising success, share images from last year’s event to create, feature supporting sponsors, and give a sneak peak to incentives. Anyone with an internet connection uses social media in one way or another–and that isn’t likely to change any time soon.

An Amazing NpTech Social Media Link Buffet: Take Your Pick!

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Twestival Local Weekend : Last February, Twestival raised over $250,000 for charity:water on Twitter on February 13th with more 200 cities sponsoring local tweet, meet, and give parties. Twitter Demographics: Last month, we learned that Teens Don't Tweet. Chinese Buffet by Drunken Monkey.

Six New Games for Change: Check Out the Future of Gaming for Good

NTEN

” Presented by filmmaker Chelo Alvarez-Stehle, SOS_Slaves aims to raise trafficking awareness in teens while empowering them with the tools to take responsibility and speak out against this issue. The empowerment of girls in third world countries is a topic many corporate sponsors are looking to endorse. By Jeff Ramos, Community and Content Manager, Games for Change.

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API Evaluation Framework is here! | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

Beaconfire was the underwriting sponsor for the report and my colleagues Jeff and Alan were contributors. Teens 4 Planet Earth Moves to Ning Beaconfire Survey: Which browser do you use? Skip to content Clients Services Portfolio About Us Contact Blog Home > Blog Recent Posts 07/16/2010: The Wisdom of the Old Spice Man 07/12/2010: Is your online campaign going to succeed?

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Self-Censorship for Museum Professionals

Museum 2.0

The science of capital punishment from DNA to execution Religion Teen suicide, teen cutting – I wanted to include these in my museum’s “Hall of Human Life” teen area. There are lots of things visitors can’t do in museums. But what about the things that museum professionals can’t (or feel they can’t) do? This week at the ASTC conference, Kathy McLean, Tom Rockwell, Eric Siegel and I presented a session called “You Can’t Do That in Museums!”

SxSW Wrapup | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

For example, while I was attending Findable Rich Media and Eve was attending Design is in the Details, we missed AJAX and Flash mistakes, Accessibility: Basics Quickly, and What Teens Want, all of which would have been valuable panels. In all seriousness, though, the conference planners did a great job of lining up sponsors to keep costs down for attendees.

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Encouraging Philanthropy at a Young Age: Teaching Your Kids To Give To Causes

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Amy says that now that her daughter has entered her teen years, they segued to more complex themes. We also had a Christmas tradition where instead of giving each other gifts, we sponsored a family and bought them presents instead. In our family, I have involved my kids in fundraising activities from the time they were old enough to walk. Whether I'm raising money for Cambodia or Creative Commons , I try to include them in some way.

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The Ethics of AdBlock | Beaconfire Wire

Allegiance Group

But even if advertisers are an easy target, one has to consider that without them, many sites would have to be paid content or find some other sponsor. Consider ways to make up to your advertisers for not letting them have prime real estate – like this post at MyDD thanking their sponsors, which also reminders your readers that they should consider buying an ad.

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[VIDEO] Emerging Trends in Nonprofit Social Media Marketing

Bloomerang

If you have a tween or a teen, I’m sure you’re familiar with TikTok. They just tried to get everyone in the community, their corporate sponsors, their community partners, to wear pink wigs and just share an Instagram story.

New Models for Community Partnerships: Museums Hosting Meetups

Museum 2.0

They left with free tshirts branded with the museum's name (and other sponsors), wrote about it on a wiki and shared photos on Flickr. Librarian Aaron Schmidt tells the great story of a game night of Dance, Dance, Revolution at his library in which a teen asked him: “Hey Aaron, can I go upstairs to grab a magazine and book to read?” I've long believed that museums have a special opportunity to support the community spirit of Web 2.0

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Comment Cards 2.0: Three Tools to Check Out

Museum 2.0

It may be useful if you want to ask "What kind of teen programs should our museum offer?" uservoice voting fairly for new ideas uservoice is still in beta, and it got on my radar through their clever creation of a Obama agenda suggestion implementation (it does not appear to be affiliated with or sponsored by the Obama team). In many museums, comment cards are currently the most "participatory" part of the visitor experience.