Today the web fully supports video. And that requires a new paradigm for how you think about video, how you document your work, and how you reach out to your constituents. This introduction is designed to get you thinking about online video, and to get you started on the path toward becoming a more web-centric organization.
Collecting and synthesizing volunteer data may take a little time on the front end, but it should pay off in the long run. It's all about turning the raw numbers into usable tools for evaluation, decision-making, and action plans for the future.
“Middle-class Americans give a far bigger share of their discretionary income to charities than the rich. Households that earn $50,000 to $75,000 give an average of 7.6 percent of their discretionary income to charity, compared with an average of 4.2 percent for people who make $100,000 or more.
More than 40 percent of the almost 38,000 charities and nonprofits that declared at least $1 million in donations in their most recent reports to the Internal Revenue Service claimed they spent nothing on fundraising, Scripps Howard News Service reports.
n the recently released Nonprofit Network Social Network Survey, we see that when it comes to social media, smaller nonprofits are keeping pace with their larger counterparts, adopting and using social media at similar rates.
To achieve their goals, community collaboratives need to be more than just a collection of institutions. Without community members actively sharing in the process, collaboratives lose an opportunity for better results.