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Tech@State: Reflections on Networked Nonprofits and Free Agents

Last week, I was honored to facilitate a “networked discussion” about the Networked Nonprofit and working with free agents in Washington, DC at the State Department’s “Tech@State Civil Society 2.0” Event.

Joining me were two of my favorite free agents, Mark Horvath (next to me on stage) and Shawn Ahmed (virtually through Twitter #netnon hashtag and video).  … Read More

Sparked, Micro-Volunteering Network, Has Volunteers Standing By For Your Nonprofit’s Next Small Project

Note From Beth: Colleague Ben Rigby, co-founder and CTO of Sparked, a micro-volunteering networked has a problem.  The site matches skills-based volunteers with nonprofits to do just in time projects like logo or business card design, marketing help, and other small volunteering tasks.  

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Social Media for Social Good Video Roundup from #BBCon

Note From Beth: Frank Barry from BlackBaud kindly agreed to write a guest post showcasing some of the best presentations caught on video at the BlackBaud’s Conference last week.  Enjoy.

Guest Post by Frank Barry: Social Media for Social Good Video Roundup from #BBCon

Blackbaud just finished hosting a pretty large conference for the non-profit industry.… Read More

Free Ticket Cliff Atkinson’s Presentation Training in LA Next Week

Betsy Weber, Chief Evangelist, at TechSmith can’t use her ticket for next week’s  training Beyond Bullets Training by Cliff Atkinson.   (TechSmith is a sponsor).   She doesn’t want it to go to waste and is happy to let a nonprofit in LA have the ticket. … Read More

Networked Nonprofit Update: November

I’d like to use this post to share some of the responses to the Networked Nonprofit at different book events and online during the past month and let you know about upcoming events in November. The photo above shows WiserEarth‘s team from around the world in the Bay Area during break from a staff retreat reading the Networked Nonprofit.… Read More