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  • Tracking Volunteer Efforts

    Lori Halley 11 May 2011 3 comments
    As a follow-up to an earlier post on volunteer scheduling, time tracking and accountability, here's an overview of a new web-based tool designed to help volunteer organizations track volunteer effort, measure the impact and share volunteer data.
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  • Refreshing Your E-newsletter

    Lori Halley 09 May 2011 0 comments
    It's spring cleaning season - a good time to review and refresh your e-newsletter. Here are some tips to get you started.
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  • Are You Feeding Your Supporters Bacon?

    Lori Halley 06 May 2011 0 comments
    Your emails are competing with a rising tide of bacon - email that has been subscribed to but is often not read for a long period of time, if ever. How can you ensure your message floats to the top of the bacon fat?
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  • 5 Options for Low-cost Event Publicity

    Lori Halley 04 May 2011 2 comments
    Here are some ideas for low-cost event publicity - as requested in our blog reader survey. By focusing on media relations, event calendars, your website, email and social media, even organizations with limited resources can promote events with little or no cost.
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  • Non-profit Report and Resource Round-up

    Lori Halley 02 May 2011 2 comments
    Here is a brief review of five recently published research reports, white papers, e-books and guides that might be of interest to non-profit and membership organizations.
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  • Wild Apricot Software News - April 2011

    Dmitriy Buterin 28 April 2011 8 comments
    Version 4.2 is well on its way to being released around mid-May. This month, the Chief lets us in on the last behind-the-scenes updates before it goes live, shares screenshots of Version 4.3, and fills us in on some other Wild Apricot news!
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  • Apricot Chat: Doggone Safe and a Guinness World Record!

    28 April 2011 0 comments
    Doggone Safe is a Canadian non-profit dedicated to dog bite prevention through education and victim support. From May 15 - 21, they're running the International Dog Bite Prevention Challenge. With presenters across the world, they've even applied to be considered for a Guinness Record -- and they're using Wild Apricot to organize the whole thing!
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  • 21+ Free Non-Profit Webinars for May 2011

    Lori Halley 25 April 2011 4 comments
    Here is our monthly round-up of free non-profit webinars for the month of May. This month we've found 21+ free webinars on topics such as: social CRM; optimizing land pages, grantseeking; online fundraising; writing volunteer job descriptions and much more.
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  • Top Association Jam Links for April 2011

    Lori Halley 22 April 2011 0 comments
    Here are the top-rated blogs and articles that appeared on Association Jam in April.
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  • 100 More Online Tools for Non-Profits – Part 2

    21 April 2011 8 comments
    This is the second in our 2-part series listing a variety of tech tools non-profits can use, from volunteer and member management, to fundraising, to website creation, community building, collaboration, and more.
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  • 100 More Online Tools for Non-Profits – Part 1

    20 April 2011 10 comments
    You’ll find a variety of tech tools in this 2-part series, from volunteer and member management, to web publishing and document sharing, to back office tasks, project management, and more.
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  • A Thank-you Can Be Powerful

    Lori Halley 18 April 2011 3 comments
    Did you know that thanking volunteers can increase their engagement? In this post we suggest that instead of holding a "thank-a-thon" once a year, you develop on-going volunteer recognition plans.
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  • Managing Volunteers and Expectations

    Lori Halley 15 April 2011 1 comments
    Many organizations struggle to harness the goodwill being offered due to lack of resources for effectively recruiting, training and managing potential volunteers. How can we close the gap between what volunteers are looking for today and how organizations are engaging these individuals?
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  • Harnessing Volunteer Power

    Lori Halley 13 April 2011 3 comments
    Volunteers can transform communities and they are the lifeblood of many associations, non-profits and clubs. But many organizations struggle to effectively recruit, train and manage their volunteer base. This post offers some ideas, suggestions and resources that might help you get started in developing your organization’s volunteer management strategy.
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  • How Do You Recognize Your Volunteers?

    Lori Halley 11 April 2011 3 comments
    In honor of National Volunteer Week, our posts this week will focus on volunteers. In this post, we share some volunteer recognition best practices and ideas.
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