Jon Stewart's Wise Monologue About the Tucson Tragedy

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I've been struggling to figure out how to absorb the shootings that happened in Tucson, and have been inclined to blame people with different political values than mine whose commentary is nasty and violent, until I listened to Jon Stewart's monologue on Monday's Daily Show.

On a Blog Break Until August 1!

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Louis, Missouri to Tucson, AZ. Hi everyone! I need to take a break from blogging until August 1. To write the 2018 Global Trends in Giving Report. My family and I are in the process of moving from St. There’s not much new to write about social media and fundraising these days.

100 Courses in 100 Days for Alzheimer’s


Later in the tour, when he arrived in Tucson, he recalled that one of the woman’s family members lived nearby and asked her permission to give the two purple balls to them.

Free Hugs: Have Fun, Do Good Friday Video

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Last Friday I shared an inspiring video with you for Blog Action Day about Women's Earth Alliance's Global Women's Water Initiative (GWWI) in Africa. Today's Have Fun, Do Good Friday video is by my friend, Gabriela Masala, and her project, the One Love Alliance.

The power of social media for Hurricane Sandy

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We first set up our campaign to geo-target our location which was specifically Tucson, based on the companies’ location. located in Tucson alone and we received several hundred clicks on our ad for more information. posted by. Trevor Mc Cann. Ch i ef Executive Officer. Rainbow SEO.

#BBCON 2016| What’s in It for Arts & Cultural Organizations

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Sustaining Giving for the Arts– Jennifer Leavitt, Principal Arts & Cultural Consultant and Jerusha Schmalzel, Arts & Cultural Customer Success Manager and former Director of Development for Tucson Symphony, will give you insight into why you need a sustained giving program, best practices for establish one, and how these programs can build and grown your annual fund. One of my favorite times of year is fast approaching—bbcon.

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How Nonprofits Can Engage Volunteers in Advocacy

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posted by Carletha Sterling Summer 2018 Alumna, ASU Master of Nonprofit Leadership & Management Volunteer Board Member Wings for Women, Tucson, Arizona. Carletha Sterling has been on the board of directors for Wings for Women, Tucson and A New Way Of Life, Los Angeles, California.

How Can Nonprofits Make the Most of Overhead Funds?

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Anna is the Comptroller at Critical Path Institute, a nonprofit organization in Tucson, Arizona. She makes her home in Tucson posted by Anna Midkiff Comptroller, Critical Path Institute.

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One of Many: Intermountain Centers for Human Development Supports Arizona's At-Risk Population

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Based in Tucson, Arizona, ICHD provides myriad out-of-home and home-based support services to people with developmental disabilities, both children and adults. This post is part of a series highlighting TechSoup member organizations' achievements.

How Can Nonprofit Organizations Build High-Performing Employees?

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She has five years of experience as the Director of Compliance in a social work company in Tucson, and most recently supported volunteers at Girl Scouts posted by.

We are what we eat

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A student at Ochoa Elementary in Tucson proudly displays her bounty of carrots after harvest day. posted by Maureen West Project Manager, Social Impact Measurement ASU Lodestar Center. Photo by Nick Henry).

Get to Know the Lodestar Center: Elsbeth Pollack

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I worked at a nonprofit in Tucson called BorderLinks for about four years. I spent a lot of time in Tucson, Ambos Nogales, Douglas, Agua Prieta, the Copper Canyon, and Chiapas, connecting people, translating, putting together programming, and developing curriculum.

Bringing “NOW Generation” Leaders to the Forefront

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Jessie comes to Phoenix from Chicago before she made the move to Tucson to become a Wildcat for life! posted by. Jessie Singer , Executive Director. Dysart Community Center.

Research Friday: The Self-Sufficiency Standard

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Since its publication in May, the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona has worked to raise public awareness about the Self-Sufficiency Standard and encouraged its use in a variety of ways: Government : The Mayor’s Commission on Poverty in Tucson, Ariz. posted by Clyde W.

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

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Tucson. Online fundraising continued its double-digit growth in 2013, retaining the mantle as the fastest growing fundraising channel, growing at 13.5% according to Blackbaud’s most recent Charitable Giving Report.

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Priceless Board Members

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Jessie grew up in Chicago before moving to Tucson to become a University of Arizona Wildcat for life, landed in Phoenix to start her professional career and is now enjoying life in sunny San Diego.

Five ways to incentivize volunteers

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View the NMI registration page for information on upcoming courses in Phoenix, Tucson, and online. posted by Jason Rescka , Music Event Manager & Community Board Member. Garage Community & Youth Center.

How Can Member-Based Nonprofits Use Lean Innovation to Remain Relevant?

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Moves the Needle, a Tucson Arizona consulting firm, writes “Impact Innovation programs are designed to help organizations learn before executing to optimize their results and sustainability in government, nonprofit, philanthropy, higher education, and social enterprise.".

Research Friday: Who grants the most? Who gets the most?

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As 52% of our quiz takers recognized, this is not a local affiliate of the MDA, but is the national headquarters, located in Tucson, Arizona. posted by. Stephanie La Loggia, M.A. Manager of Knowledge Resources. ASU Lodestar Center. Welcome to Research Friday !

Nonprofit Start-Up Fever Hits the Valley, Sweeps the Nation

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The new exemptions this summer include an unusually large group of arts organizations, such as Kids Unlimited in Tucson, the Arizona Shaolin Cultural Center in Chandler, Arizona Youth Ballet in Mesa, and the Flagstaff Youth Theater. posted by Mark Hager, Ph.D.

Diversity recruitment key to nonprofit boards achieving mission

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Joseph Garcia began work at Morrison Institute for Public Policy in April 2009 after a career in journalism that included experience as a top editor, columnist and news reporter at The Arizona Republic , The Daily Times , Tucson Citizen , USA Today and The Associated Press. He grew up in Flagstaff, lived many years in Tucson and has lived in the Valley since 2005.

Recruiting New Board Members? Here’s how our geographically-focused nonprofit does it!

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Jessie comes to Phoenix from Chicago before she made the move to Tucson to become a Wildcat for life! posted by. Jessie Singer , Executive Director. Dysart Community Center.

Ask A Nonprofit Specialist - Engaging the Board in Financial Reports

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The Lodestar Center’s Nonprofit Management Institute offers great training for nonprofit professionals and volunteers in its Financial Management classes, with courses later this month in Tucson and in July in Tempe. posted by. Anne Byrne , Professional-in-Residence, ASU Lodestar Center.

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Asking, not telling

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This course is offered in Phoenix, Tucson, and online. posted by Nancy Grace. Princip al , Graceful Fundraising, LLC. Instructor. Nonprofit Management Institute.

Research Friday: Why Give to International Charities?

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Catholic Relief Services uses microfinancing to create alternatives to migration, and Solace International , headquartered in Tucson, invests in social entrepreneurship. posted by Karina Lungo , Research Aide, ASU Lodestar Center. Welcome to Research Friday ! As part of a.

Lead or Follow: Arts Administrators Hash it Out

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Roberto Bedoya : The "Yes And" Argument and its Civic Implications Bedoya, the Executive Director of the Tucson Pima Arts Council, makes a beautiful statement that arts administrators need to facilitate a multiplicity of leading voices, or as he puts it, "the courage of imagination and the plural."

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So, you’re thinking about serving on a board. Now what?

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To find out more about our upcoming training in Tucson on December 12, click here. posted by Shawn Rudnick , Board Member. YNPN Phoenix. Serving on nonprofit boards has been some of the most rewarding and frustrating work I have ever done.

How Does Limited Liability Affect a Nonprofit

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Register now for NMI 103 Financial Management Principles, a Tucson course from January 24-25. posted by. Steve Cook. Attorney. Cook & Cook. How Does Limited Liability Affect a Nonprofit?

AOL tries to discuss a difficult issue

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Register now for NMI 1 05 High Impact Leadership, a Tucson course from February 28-March 1. posted by Lance Decker President LL Decker & Associates, Inc.

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Why investing in leadership development is a wise strategy

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He has also volunteered with the Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network. posted by Adam Rubin CEO, RENEW. A nonprofit organization, much like a for-profit company, is only as strong as its leadership. Creating a thriving nonprofit sector that is fueled by innovation requires developing and retaining the best leaders. Businesses spent an estimated $12 billion in leadership development in 2011. The social sector spent $400 million, just.03% of the sector's $1.5

Guest Post by Frank Barry: Your Network Matters: Fatcyclist Raises Over 135K in 8 Days

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And the story continues. @  ups the challenge to @ fatcyclist   By Friday December 11, 12:00 PM US Mountain Standard/Tucson, AZ Time you must have met the following criteria - Raise $50K for World Bicycle Relief  and $50K for for LIVESTRONG.

Social Media ROI for Non-Profits - A Case Study By Aaron Bramley

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He does this through his jobs as the Director of Digital Media for Tucson, Arizona-based Ridgewood Associates Public Relations, Inc., Aaron Bramley is one of my good friends on Twitter. Since meeting Aaron, I’ve been reading his blog, Featurism , and when I noticed a few posts on social media ROI, I invited him to guest post for my blog. Aaron - thanks for taking the time and making the effort to write this post! by Aaron Bramley.

Changing the World One Gift at a Time: An Interview with Deron Beal of the Freecycle Network

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Because I'm sitting out here in Tucson, Arizona where there are more cows than computers. This summer I've been interviewing the innovators behind the 21 Projects that went to the NetSquared Conference (N2Y2) this year (I'm the Community Builder for NetSquared).