Elevating Advocacy Voices for Children Through Social Media

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Utah’s tourism slogan captures the physical wonders of our state, which has some of the best skiing, highest deserts and deepest canyons in the world. Utah is dead last in the nation for education funding per pupil. Voices for Utah Children recently helped host a conference on.

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How to Use Facebook Live to Raise Money

Connection Cafe

Without Facebook live (and other live broadcasting tools), supporters would have to travel all the way to Utah to witness, first-hand, BFAS’s impact.

Trending Sources

Trainer’s Tip: Your Room Set Up Can Make or Break the Learning Experience

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Yesterday, I spent a day facilitating leadership workshops for arts leaders attending the Art House Convergence Conference near Park City, Utah. on personal and organizational resilience based on the ideas in my new book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit.

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3 Must-Have Productivity Tools for Creating Visual Content for Social Channels

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

You are on a roll! You’ve put together an editorial calendar for next month that lays out the themes, news events, and content ideas for all channels, including social media.

How Well Do You Know Your Neighbors?

Connection Cafe

Her current donor profile shows her address in the next town, but with the screening you learn she actually has another home in the upstate, and a vacation home in Utah.

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Is Your State an Employment First State?

Vertex Systems

Utah. . . . What is the EFSLMP? The Employment First State Leadership Mentoring Program is an initiative from the Office of Disability Employment Policy, a division of the Department of Labor. . Purpose of EFSLMP.

See What’s Out There » Blog Archive » Mountaintop Mining – Seeing is rejecting.

See What's Out There

Mining is in the news a lot recently because of the terrible tragedy in Utah where six miners are presumed dead in a mine collapse and at least three more have been killed trying to rescue them.

Bigger is always better…(Except when it’s not!)

ASU Lodestar Center

Scola, CFRE has been involved professionally in nonprofit work since 1983, having held leadership positions in Texas and Utah, as well as Arizona and California. posted by. John Scola, CFRE , President. John Scola & Associates.

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Symantec Gives Back

Tech Soup Blog

In Lindon, Utah, 50 employee volunteers planted trees that Symantec donated to TreeUtah using its local Community Outreach funds. The trees were planted around parking lots owned by the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in order to cool the parking lots (which become mini "heat islands.")

How You Can Use Data Mining to Unearth Solid Gold Insights and Reach More People

Mobile Commons

They had the greatest user retention in McCallen, Texas, and the most user drop-off in Provo, Utah – and the difference was significant. How do you use your organization’s data to reach more members? Much ink has been spilled about how data mining can transform your organization’s outreach.

The Bold, Focused Ideas of Breakthrough Nonprofit Brands: Book Giveaway Winners Announced

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Bold, Focused Ideas of Breakthrough Nonprofit Brands by Carol Cone.

#GivingTuesday is almost here! NTEN Members share their campaign plans

NTEN

Candy Cane Corner is a partnership between The Road Home, YWCA Utah, and Volunteers of America, UT to help bring holiday magic and cheer to needy families in the community.

Why Kansas City Has a Shot at Bridging the Digital Divide

Tech Soup Blog

Google plans to roll it out in Austin, Texas, and Provo, Utah as well. I had the opportunity to participate in the launch of the new Kansas City Digital Inclusion Fund. It addresses the thorny problem of bringing the 25 percent or so of people in the city who are still not participating in the information age to inclusion. I say thorny because despite the nearly $300 million in stimulus funding awarded by the U.S.

Supporting Nonprofit Tech Educators Across the Globe

Tech Soup Blog

Orem, Utah: QuickBooks Made Easy. Salt Lake City, Utah: QuickBooks Made Easy. Here's your monthly roundup of free in-person #Tech4Good events. But first I'm going to show off on behalf of our NetSquared organizers.

Please Join VisionLink In Welcoming Aaron Titus To Our Proud Family!

VisionLink

from the George Washington School of Law, and his undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Utah. VisionLink is honored to welcome yet another resident specialist to our ever-growing VisionLink team.

Colorado Nonprofit Offers Aerial Views of a Changing Landscape | Paul Andersen | Travel & Outdoors | NewWest.Net

AFP Blog

The collaboration with Google Earth began in 2009 between Gordon and Wally Macfarlane of Geographics in Logan, Utah. Colorado Nonprofit Offers Aerial Views of a Changing Landscape | Paul Andersen | Travel & Outdoors | NewWest.Net : "But thanks to a new partnership, not everyone has to pay for a coveted spot, limited to four at a time, in EcoFlight founder Bruce Gordon’s single-engine Cessna.

Boosting Arizona's Philanthropic Resources

ASU Lodestar Center

Only two of the ten most generous states (Utah and Arkansas) had higher state and local tax burdens than Arizona. posted by. Marissa Theisen , President & CEO. Arizona Grantmakers Forum.

FreshBrain

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

FreshBrain has fostered some impressive partnerships with companies like Sun Microsystems and T-Mobile, and relationships with groups such as Boys & Girls Club, Governors Office of Economic Development (Utah Schools) and the Girl Scouts. Just had a chance to meet Dale Ferrario, the founder and President of an innovative nonprofit social enterprise called FreshBrain. I'm always excited about finding out about a new idea that's already gaining traction.

Using Psychology to Improve Your Communications

Frogloop

Join the 12,324 Utah residents who care about wildlife") against another action page where it isn't included.

BYU ESR conference on Social Entrepreneurship

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I just got back form the Economic Self-Reliance Conference at Brigham Young University in Utah. When I attend conferences to give a keynote, I usually try to stick around for more of the conference and listen in to the other presenters. This practice was especially awarded at the ESR conference. David Wiley's keynote was on the social returns from a new venture he helped create, Flat World Knowledge.

Building the Tech Capacity of Nonprofits Everywhere with TechSoup's NetSquared Events

Tech Soup Blog

Orem, Utah: QuickBooks Made Easy. Salt Lake City, Utah: QuickBooks Made Easy. Every day, American nonprofits, charities, and libraries rely on TechSoup's product donation program for the information they need to make smart decisions about technology.

And the Twitterville Book Winners Are.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Robin Pratt from the Utah Nonprofit Association who will read it, apply to strategy, and then put in their library for nonprofits around the state to read.

Game Friday: Collection Management in the Garden

Museum 2.0

The Hope Garden was set up by BSD Medical, a company in Utah that specializes in a kind of cancer treatment called hyperthermia. Every year, there’s a Flash festival/conference, Flashforward , that highlights novel uses of flash in web navigation, art, games, instructional demos, and more.

Social Actions Round-Up #24: Government Enters Social Media for Social Change Movement

Social Actions

This round-up just touches the surface: mentioning the appointment of a former Google executive to the Obama administration, highlighting the Utah senate's use of social media, and drawing attention to the Republican party's efforts to leverage crowdsourcing (Obama-style). PolicyPitch writes about how the Utah Senate is embracing social media.

Reflections on MuseumNext and Facilitating Brainstorming

Museum 2.0

Last week, Jim Richardson and I hosted MuseumNext , a 24-hour workshop for museum professionals focused on bringing new, wild museum projects into the world.

Great Conversationalists: Reflections on Being a Dial-a-Stranger

Museum 2.0

I even made some gaffes--for example, confusing the University of Texas natural history museum with the Utah natural history museum (the "UT" slipped me up)--but they took it in stride, continuing the conversation without embarrassing me. The afternoon of September 24 was hectic.

SPAM and the not-for-profit

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

So I'm not sure the Utah example she gives is still valid, or her concern about how regulations differ from state to state. Talking to my coworkers and clients, I've become aware that there are misconceptions about the regulations governing marketing email. People are afraid they will be labelled spammers and be hit with draconain fines. TechSoup this week is featuring a 2003 article by Lynn Mitchell about the law and its effect on non-profits.

Spam 2.0 | Beaconfire Wire

Beaconfire Wire

Today, the term has become so common, it ranks as the second disambiguation on Wikipedia and is estimated to cost Americans more than $13 billion per year ( That’s enough to fund the state of Utah).