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#GivingTuesdayNow: Join me for Q/A Hosted by SalesForce.Org

GivingTuesdayNow is taking place on May 5th.  You probably have a lot of questions. That’s why I’m delighted to be participating in a Q/A along with Caryn Stein, GivingTuesdayNow to answer your questions on LinkedIn.

The best thing about this Q/A is that you don’t have to take an hour out of your day to attend a webinar at a particular time or listen to a recording. … Read More

AI for Fundraising Today: Voice Activated Fundraising & Chat Bots for Giving

Allison Fine, my co-author for the Networked Nonprofit, and I are actively researching the use of Artificial Intelligence to better understand what nonprofits need to know about artificial intelligence to future proof their programs, marketing, and fundraising strategies?

The field of artificial intelligence has been around since the 1950’s and evolved into many sub-areas and an alphabet soup of technical jargon.

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Facebook Live-A-Thon for @ASPCA Raises Over $50,000 on Giving Tuesday

Last week, nonprofits in 42 countries celebrated the sixth Giving Tuesday,a global movement to inspire giving. According to the Giving Tuesday report, $275 million was raised in addition the countless hours of volunteer time and in-kind contributions.

Giving Tuesday is more than just a day of fundraising or to launch a nonprofit’s year-end fundraising campaign.… Read More

Help Hurricane Harvey Victims: Where To Donate #HoustonStrong

I watched the news reports from Texas and was horrified at the scale of this disaster. I grew up on the Jersey shore where I’ve been evacuated due to storms, but I have never seen this level of disaster.  My heart goes out to the victims and I want to help.… Read More

7 Ways to Avoid Fundraising Burnout

Note from Beth:   This week I’ve been in Finland at the invitation of the US Embassy to do trainings.  On August 14th, I’m doing a FREE webinar with Soapbox Engage on how to raise more money and not burnout.   So, to avoid my own burnout, please enjoy this guest post by Julie Fanning.

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