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Twive and Receive Approaches 100 Cities with Two Months to Go

Twive and Receive

Twive and Receive Approaches 100 Cities with Two Months to Go Guest Post By Geoff Livingston

Yes, just what you wanted, another Twitter coined word – Twive, combining Twitter and giving. But when Razoo designed Twive and Receive, a national giving day slated for June 14, we couldn’t help ourselves.… Read More

Data Nerd Alert: Social Networking Benchmark Report 2012

Note from Beth: This is a banner week for data nerds!  Blackbaud, NTEN and Common Knowledge just released the fourth annual 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report.  Frank Barry shares this guest post summarizing results.

2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report [INFOGRAPHIC] guest post by Frank Barry

Blackbaud, NTEN and Common Knowledge just released the fourth annual 2012 Nonprofit Social Networking Benchmark Report.… Read More

Packard Foundation OE Launches Their Strategy Refresh Site

Note From Beth: Last month I had the pleasure of co-presenting at the GEO Conference (Grantmakers for Effective Organizations) with Kathy Reich, Director, Organizational Effectiveness Program at the Packard Foundation and Jared Raynor, Director of Evaluation at TCC Group, that helped OE analyze its “goldmine” of grantee data.  … Read More

Unlocking the Potential of Peer Learning

Note from Beth: Much of my work as Visiting Scholar at the Packard Foundation this year falls into areas:  networked nonprofit practice and training design.      As such,  I’m facilitating many peer groups and always looking at how leverage peer learning.     My colleagues at Monitor have taken a deep dive into the question of designing peer learning with impact.    

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The Internet Gets Charitable

Note from Beth: I hosted a small army of guest bloggers, grantmakers, who attended the  GeoFunders National Conference that took place last week in Seattle.   The GEO community is united by a common drive to challenge the norm in pursuit of better results.

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