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The Networked Nonprofit Response to the Concerted Attack on Voting Rights

Note from Beth:   Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.   As I’m sprinting to towards the deadline of my next book on Measurement and Networked Nonprofits, co-authoring with the goddess of measurement, KD Paine,  I’m grateful to have some terrific guest posts like this one.

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Happy Thanksgiving: Check out #Goodspotting and EpicThanks

Happy Thanksgiving!   It’s that time of year when we are ready to open our hearts in gratitude and do good things for others.     I’d like to highlight two wonderful campaigns that could be wonderful ways to show your gratitude.

While some folks may be out shopping the day after Thanksgiving, the Case Foundation would like to invite you to go#GoodSpotting.… Read More

National Study Reveals: Digital and Social Media Are Delivering Results for Arts Organizations

Note from Beth: I had pleasure of facilitating a panel discussion in October at the recent Grantmakers in the Arts pre-conference on technology and media with Rory MacPherson  and Jai Sen from Sen Associates where I learned about some of the preliminary findings from the study below they undertook.  

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The Internet Domain .NGO Should Serve Best Interests of Nonprofits Worldwide: Sign An Online Letter of Support

Note from Beth: Within a year new generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) will be launched worldwide, joining the likes of .ORG, .COM, and .NET. Among the proposed new gTLDs is .NGO. .NGO will be the exclusive domain for local and global non-governmental organizations looking to advance their missions or to inspire their communities.  

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Happy 10th Birthday Network for Good!

Network for Good turns 10 this Saturday! It sent me back to my archives because I remember writing an online article called “Cyberfundraising” that discussed the options for this promising new form of fundraising. They included: charity malls (a primitive form of embedded philanthropy as Lucy Bernholz might say), charity portals (what Network for Good was called); and roll your own e-commerce site.  … Read More