Welcome to Wyoming 2-1-1

VisionLink

We are pleased to announce that the good folks in Wyoming have launched their 2-1-1 state wide system using VisionLink''s CommunityOS solution. You can visit their site at: [link] , or by phone at 888-425-7138. We are very pleased to support another statewide 2-1-1 initiative. Particularly during these tough economic times, 2-1-1 is an unusually effective and efficient method to connect needs with helpful resources.

Our EveryAction Hero: St. John's Hospital Foundation

EveryAction

We serve a very large geographic area including multiple counties in Wyoming and a county or so in Idaho. John's Hospital Foundation has been working since 1999 to support St. John's Medical Center. With their support, the medical center is now rated 5 stars by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services or CMS (a hospital rating agency) and the foundation is continuing its incredible work to build a living center and meet the needs of their local community.

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Taking Social Media to Saudi

Amy Sample Ward

A hammer isn’t fundamentally different in Saudi as it is in Wyoming. A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to travel to Saudi Arabia to teach a course at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology as part of the Winter Enrichment Program. It was an incredible experience and I’m so glad I was able to be part of the KAUST program and meet so many different students, entrepreneurs, faculty and staff.

Webinar: Monthly Donors, Social Media, and Cross-Channel Integration: Critical Tactics to Boost Your Fundraising in 2013

Frogloop

Eric has an MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University, an MA in Government and International Studies from the University of South Carolina and a BS in Political Science from the University of Wyoming. In addition to his work in the environmental advocacy arena, Eric has extensive experience working on political and issue campaigns from Wyoming to South Africa. Make 2013 the year your fundraising comes of age.

Webinar: eCampaign 2012 - Killer Tactics to Drive Elections with Online Fundraising And Social Media

Frogloop

Eric has an MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University, an MA in Government and International Studies from the University of South Carolina and a BS in Political Science from the University of Wyoming. In addition to his work in the environmental advocacy arena, Eric has extensive experience working on political and issue campaigns from Wyoming to South Africa.

A Jargon-Free Guide to Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies (L3C)

NonProfit Hub

Wyoming. So you want to start an organization that benefits a specific cause. Great! That’s why we’re here: to help you navigate this confusing sector simply saturated with content, ideas and innovation. But wait—should you really be starting a nonprofit? Or is something that benefits both the owners and the cause more up your alley? Let’s explore just one of the many options you have in starting a socially responsible organization: a low-profit limited liability company (L3C).

Webinar: 10 Ways to Supercharge Your Online Fundraising Campaigns

Frogloop

Eric has an MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University, an MA in Government and International Studies from the University of South Carolina and a BS in Political Science from the University of Wyoming. In addition to his work in the environmental advocacy arena, Eric has extensive experience working on political and issue campaigns from Wyoming to South Africa. Most online fundraising begins and ends with email.

Museum 2.0 Rerun: I Am An Elitist Jerk

Museum 2.0

I went to Wyoming and learned that I am an elitist when it comes to national parks. This August/September, I am "rerunning" popular Museum 2.0 blog posts from the past. This is a personal and crowd favorite--and one of the scariest posts I ever wrote. Originally posted five years ago, in August of 2008. It’s true. I like my parks hard to access, sparsely populated, and minimal in services.

A sustainable world, one pioneering community at a time

GroundWire

Communities pioneering the way are Albany, Oregon; Jackson, Wyoming; Salem, Oregon; Spokane, Washington; Thurston County, Washington; and Edmonds, Washington. It takes a city. So you’ve reduced your own carbon footprint like crazy these past few years. You’re walking everywhere, refusing to buy anything new, and irritating your friends and family with your constant questioning of the source of everything on the menu.

Preparing for Planned Giving Conversations—24 Terms You Need to Know

Connection Cafe

Many wills and trusts are still written with quite formal language and might be similar to this example: “ I give, bequeath, and devise the sum of fifty-thousand dollars ($50,000) to Middletown Library, located at 123 Main Sreet, Middletown, Wyoming. Have you established a planned giving program? Are you’re ready to make personal appointments with your top prospects?

The Do's and Don’ts of Email Campaigns for Nonprofits

ASU Lodestar Center

She graduated from University of Wyoming and started freelance career in the education and content marketing sectors. posted by Gloria Kopp Business Writer, Educator and eLearning Consultant. Email marketing campaigns are just as effective for nonprofits as they are for any other business. So, nonprofits must utilize every opportunity to push their cause forward.

Best of the Web: November 2012

Idealware

MacArthur Foundation , MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation , The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage , Pierce Family Foundation , Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Local Funding Partnerships , The Robin Hood Foundation , San Antonio Area Foundation , Wyoming Community Foundation and ZeroDivide. When I founded Idealware seven years ago, it was an unproven concept. Providing impartial resources to help nonprofits choose software had never been done.

Good News! Starbucks Signed an Agreement with Ethiopia

Have Fun - Do Good

Now Starbucks has added Arizona, southern Nevada, Colorado, Wyoming, Washington D.C., Guess what? Your advocacy made a difference. Oxfam announced yesterday that Starbucks signed an agreement with Ethiopian farmers: "Starbucks and Ethiopia have finalized an agreement that ends their trademark dispute and brings both sides together in partnership to help Ethiopian farmers.

Replay: Using Email to Engage Activists, Cultivate Donors - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Eric has an MBA from the Carey School ofBusiness at Johns Hopkins University, an MA in government andinternational studies from the University of South Carolina and a BS inpolitical science from the University of Wyoming. frogloop Home frogloop Home Receive monthly updates Subscribe to our RSS feed Follow frogloop on Twitter Most Popular Posts Social Network ROI Calculator Social Networking for Nonprofits: ROI, Tracking Tools and More "While Theyre Hot!"

Webinar: Using Email to Engage Activists, Cultivate Donors - Online Fundraising, Advocacy, and Social Media - frogloop

Frogloop

Eric has an MBA from the Carey School ofBusiness at Johns Hopkins University, an MA in government andinternational studies from the University of South Carolina and a BS inpolitical science from the University of Wyoming. frogloop Home frogloop Home Receive monthly updates Subscribe to our RSS feed Follow frogloop on Twitter Most Popular Posts Social Network ROI Calculator Social Networking for Nonprofits: ROI, Tracking Tools and More "While Theyre Hot!"

How Arts Organizations Win Gold Medals in Social Media

Beth Kanter

My chorus, SFGMC brought 280 ppl to Denver to sing, and then we took a side trip to Laramie, Wyoming to perform a benefit concert for The Matthew Shepard Foundation. Flickr Photo - Of Small Things. Note from Beth: I missed out on the Olympics in London this year while I was traveling in Cambodia. While the world acclaimed sports event was taking place in London, the Gay Chorus Olympics was taking place in Denver.

What I Learned on My Summer Vacation

Museum 2.0

I went to Wyoming and learned that I am an elitist when it comes to national parks. It’s true. I like my parks hard to access, sparsely populated, and minimal in services. It’s an uncomfortable truth which is forcing me to examine my arguments for inclusivity, access, and populism in museums. I visited two parks last week: the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. In the Tetons, I had a highly exclusive, hard to access, fabulous experience.