Fundraising | Beth’s Blog - Part 5

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Hosting a Day of Giving? The Knight Foundation Playbook Answers Your Questions

As a Master Trainer, one of my favorite models of training adults is the Peer Learning Exchange where a group of participants who are working on a similar project or domain of practices interact regularly to learn how to do it better.  … Read More

Using Salesforce to Cultivate Donor Relationships

Note From Beth: Last month, I did a webinar for the SalesForce Foundation on measuring social media.   The Foundation is offering webinars and publishing white papers for nonprofits.  Two recent papers that caught my eye were:  ”How to Use Social Media for Social Good” and “Building Meaningful Engagement.”   Recently,  I had an opportunity to meet Tal Frankurt, CEO of Cloud for Good, where he shared some thoughts about how a well-designed SalesForce database could be an excellent tool for managing, measuring, and tracking relationships with donors.  

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7 Things I learned About Social Media Powered Online Fundraising and A Big Heartfelt Thank You for #OceanLoveEarl

If you have been following me on Twitter, Facebook, this blog or other social media channels, you know that my father passed away several weeks ago.  I decided to metabolize my grief by doing an online fundraiser in his memory to raise money for Surf Rider Foundation for ocean conservation as well as do a virtual online memorial event where I asked people to tweet with the hashtag #OceanLoveEarl on July 3rd and share their favorite ocean stories.    … Read More

#OceanLoveEarl Share Your Favorite Ocean Story on July 3rd for My Dad’s Online Memorial

Online Memorial: July 3, 2013
In Loving Memory of Earl Kanter MD
Tweet or Facebook your favorite story about the ocean or share an ocean conservation link with #oceanLoveEarl hashtag

My Dad passed away this past week after long and courageous battle with Parkinson’s.  … Read More

Do You Love the Ocean?

Online fundraising for #OceanLoveEarl A Virtual Paddle Out for #Earl Kanter, MD

As many of you may know from following me on social media channels, my father, Earl Kanter MD, passed away this week.   People cope with grief in different ways.  In an age of connectedness and networks, grieving online is a new way of expressing grief and there are different stages  as my colleague, Sarah Granger, who is working on a book in topic points out.… Read More