More Pinterest informaton. How does it help nonprofits? By now, most nonprofits have likely been bombarded with suggestions to hop on the Pinterest craze. So what's it all about, and which organizations can you learn from that have already harnessed the trend?
You're in a big city and some youthful journeyman approaches you with a clipboard to ask for your support. Where's that money go? You might be surprised. Most San Franciscans know this scene: A group of energetic young people with clipboards want your attention and money.
The idea that corporations should refrain from things like dumping toxic chemicals into the environment or forcing children to work in sweatshops has been gaining steam. Corporate social responsibility--CSR as the MBAs call it--is so hot right now.
Facebook has been adding new functions and features that enable Companies, Non Profits and Individuals to promote their brand, raise money and increase sales and have conversations with their communities and networks.
From the UK's Globe & Mail, but includes some great wisdom for US Nonprofits too. With funding scarce, a social-enterprise company can contribute needed dollars to a non-profit, but there are several issues to consider carefully. The bottom line?
John Haydon has a tongue-in-cheek way of telling a story quickly. Here he gives you the five top Facebook apps for a nonprofit... or does he? #sm Five Must Have Apps for your Nonprofit Facebook Page http://t.co/YZ8yEgRT @johnhaydon...
If it is your first time planning a meeting or the hundredth. Everyone makes mistakes sometimes. To help you plan a meeting without surprises and stress we've defined the 7 most common planning mistakes.
OK Nonprofit Peeps... This is the best idea I've seen for quite a while. What a difference it would make, and the time and technology is now! Three things I know about the nonprofit annual report: it takes a ton of time to put together beautifully, few people actually read it, but funders require it.
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