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Hi and welcome to our very first newsletter. We are featuring 2 amazing slideshares of useful online tools from a highly knowledgeable expert Kevin Mullett. All of these tools are being given pages in the WebToolsWiki just search for them by name or by using the URL for example for slideshare http://webtoolswiki.com/slideshare. If they are …
For many years, the Mission has been the battleground for protests over evictions, tech shuttles, gentrification and the soaring cost of living. The Mission's longtime residents are struggling to make businesses work, fighting to keep a foothold in their homes and coping with an unprecedented influx of wealth. For them, the shift is far more nuanced than catchy protest slogans. #AChangingMission
Barbara Ganley's insight:
Great example of public storytelling collaboration
When it comes to nonprofit annual reports these days, we seem to hear about two extremes: They are either wildly creative and visual (no pressure!), or boring beyond belief (god forbid). Treacherous waters indeed. But in our experience, the challenge isn’t in whether your report looks fancy enough, or whether it’s printed or online—the real danger is losing sight of what your supporter needs from the report. To keep yourself grounded (and inspired!) by your supporters needs, take a cue from