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  • Dealing with Obstacles and Challenges

    15 October 2010 0 comments
    What’s keeping your organization from doing the very best work possible? Barriers, roadblocks, obstacles – if your nonprofit is like most, you probably have quite a list of “challenges” to overcome! Banish all those “stopping words” from your conversation,...
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  • Fundraising and Marketing Twitter Chat for Small Nonprofits

    13 October 2010 0 comments
    If your nonprofit is a small "one-person shop" - you're doing it all, alone - then social media can be your best friend. That's why Pamela Grow has organized #smNPchat, a weekly Twitter chat designed to help small nonprofits with fundraising and marketing questions.
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  • Do You Partner with Other Nonprofits?

    08 October 2010 7 comments
    By partnering with other nonprofits that share your cause, instead of competing with them, you can pool those limited resources for greater impact and give your supporters a clear call to action.
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  • Free Guide: Cause Marketing through Social Media

    05 October 2010 0 comments
    Add one more to today’s list of resources for fundraisers! Just released by Network for Good and Zoetica, here's a new free eGuide on Cause Marketing Through Social Media: 5 Steps to Successful Online Campaigns.
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  • 9 Research Reports for Non-Profit Fundraisers

    05 October 2010 1 comments
    Veteran fundraisers know that the better your non-profit organization can understand your donors (and potential donors), their motivations, and their patterns of giving, the more effective your fundraising efforts will be. But it’s rare that a small...
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  • Non-Profits Called to Explain Costs of Fundraising

    23 September 2010 3 comments
    Can you imagine asking for $100, and telling your donor up front that $80 will go to the telemarketing company that interrupted his dinner, and only $20 to your non-profit? You know that it takes money to raise money for a cause. And your donors, for...
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  • Interactive Timeline Brings a Non-Profit’s History to Life

    16 September 2010 3 comments
    Showcasing your non-profit’s history helps to establish its stability, to build trust, and to communicate the general development of the organization and its mission. But let’s face it, those “Our History” pages can be deadly dull! What if your website visitors could explore by clicking around a colorful timeline, instead?
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  • 33 Free MS Office Templates for Non-Profits

    14 September 2010 0 comments
    You've heard about some time-saving free Google Docs templates that can save time for non-profits creating documents, spreadsheets and presentations – but did you know Microsoft.com has a bundle of free Office Suite templates that are designed especially for non-profits?
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  • Are You a “Networked Nonprofit”?

    07 September 2010 6 comments
    Maybe you've already picked up a copy of The Networked Nonprofit: Connecting with Social Media to Drive Change, by Beth Kanter and Allison Fine – but perhaps you’re still wondering if the book can help a small nonprofit like yours? The answer is, Yes! Networking is not just for the "big guys" out there.
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  • 20 Great Google Docs Templates for Non-Profits

    26 August 2010 7 comments
    Creating a presentation for your board? Wading into the end-of-project paperwork? Or maybe you’re signing up a new crop of volunteers for your non-profit... Whatever the task, odds are that there’s a time-saving template, free at Google Docs, to help...
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  • What Kind of Volunteer Are You? Take the Women's Day Quiz

    25 August 2010 0 comments
    In a recent post on their blog, Piasecznyr PR very kindly quoted our post about making life easier for volunteers, and linked in turn to a great quiz from Women's Day . It's ten simple questions that help you identify the kind of volunteer work you...
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  • In Defence of Jargon

    17 August 2010 6 comments
    The buzzwords of business-speak have evolved, in part, as a shorthand way of letting us refer to complex ideas with just a few words. Annoying as the overuse of jargon may be, the specialized language of the nonprofit sector may actually serve a useful purpose.
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  • Making Life Easier for Your Association Volunteers

    16 August 2010 0 comments
    "Leadership is understanding people and involving them to help you do a job." - Admiral Arleigh A. Burke Volunteers are the backbone of many associations. In many cases volunteers are also members, and they are there to help the organization so it...
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  • Contest for Science & Technology Nonprofits

    10 August 2010 0 comments
    GreatNonprofits.org’s 2010 Science and Technology Campaign, in partnership with Guidestar, NTEN, TechSoup Global, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology, Association for Women in Science, Inveneo, and Tonic, seeks top-rated nonprofits who are making a difference in the fields of science and technology. Does this sound like your nonprofit?
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  • 6 Social Media Lessons for Nonprofits

    02 August 2010 1 comments
    Wild Apricot Blog welcomes a special guest today: Carol Buckheit of NonprofitMediaWorks. Carol’s been studying Idealware’s Nonprofit Social Media Decision Guide – the latest in a line of Idealware’s terrific research-based publications – and she’s kindly agreed to share her top “take-aways” from this new publication.
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