Note from Beth: After you read this guest post, you’ll have lots of great tips for your nonprofit’s video. And don’t forget, The 5th Annual DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards is now open for submissions from members of the YouTube Nonprofit Program until March 2nd.
Note from Beth: As a trainer, I’m constantly on the prowl for new ideas for activities and exercises that get beyond death by PowerPoint. After spending a lot of time developing trainer of trainers curriculum, it is also fun to incorporate new ideas.
Note from Beth: Last Spring, Allison Fine and I did an evaluation report for the Case Foundation on the America’s Giving Challenge 2009. One of the ideas we explored is it possible through social media to share some of the findings in a conversational way to help prod more insights from the field.
Note from Beth: We featured Momsrising in our book, The Networked Nonprofit, as an example of a nonprofit that was born as a Networked Nonprofit. They are experts in using social media as part of their multi-channel advocacy campaigns. They are also experts in repurposing content for different channels.
Minnesota’s ‘Networked Nonprofits’ raised over $10M in one day by Jeff Achen of GiveMN.org
“Do what you do best and network the rest.”
That’s simple, but wise advice from the definitive nonprofit social media strategy manual, “The Networked Nonprofit.” Here at GiveMN, we’ve harnessed the power of our networks to raise record amounts of money online for nonprofits in Minnesota and engage record numbers of people in an annual, one-day giving event—Give to the Max Day.… Read More