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Wichita nonprofits share holiday wish lists online - Wichita Business Journal

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Wichita nonprofits share holiday wish lists online - Wichita Business Journal : Wichita-area nonprofit organizations are making their holiday needs known through a newly created wish-list website developed by marketing and branding firm Greteman Group

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New Tips from the Giving Day Playbook on Crowdfunding Campaigns

Beth Kanter

In Kansas, for example, the Wichita Community Foundation reached out to a local tech alliance to help with social media updates. From GiveMN Case Study - Click for Case Study. Note from Beth: I’m working with the Knight Foundation to facilitate a peer learning exchange that will help their community foundation partners learn and spread best practices in planning and implementing Giving Days. This learning approach has two ways to capture knowledge.


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Socialnomics Book Report

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That means if you are a horse organization in Wichita and “horses, Wichita” doesn’t bring you up wicked fast, kiss those web visitors goodbye. Author: Cheryl Black. Remember back in sixth grade when you had a summer reading list? Big nerd that I am, I never quit having a summer reading list. The 2012 Summer Reading List for me included some light reading like The Confession (ok maybe that one wasn't so light.)

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

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Wichita. Wichita Falls. 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. For many years now Blackbaud has published data on the most generous online giving cities in the United States. For the 2013 edition, we made the decision to significantly expand the amount of data in the analysis.

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Remembering Eunice Kennedy Shriver

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As a collegiate baseball player in Wichita, KS, I volunteered at a local event and became hooked. Author: Tad Druart. This morning I received a Wall Street Journal alert and saw the “Eunice Kennedy Shriver.” ” I knew that we had lost a great person. For me it is one of those life moments where I will remember where I was and what I was doing when I “heard” the news.

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