"While the ability to give small amounts of money quickly might seem like a fragmenting force for donations, the energy with which these donors tell others about their donations might serve as some form of “glue” and “direction” – sending donations to a few organizations with the most vocal early givers, for example."
According to a study by Blackbaud, NTEN and Common Knowledge, over 92% of nonprofit organizations have a presence on at least one social networking site, but most raise very little money through their social activity.In fact, 87% have raised under...
The rise of the smartphone has changed the way we consume information. Charities, government and those who provide public services need to pay attention to this shift if they're to move the feast closer to those most in need.
They say birds of a feather flock together and that’s certainly true in the case of the Rovio and Bird Life International.The critically acclaimed and bestselling Angry Birds created by Rovio will be using their considerable brand awareness to bring...
You can't mention social gaming and not feature Angry Birds. And now there's a charity tie-in.
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