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Giving Planner by Giving Compass

I don’t know about you, but with everything that is going on in the world today – from natural disasters and political issues – I’m frequently being asked to donate to different causes. And I do give to disaster relief or practice “rage giving,” but I also want my giving to make a difference and have the most impact.… Read More

#MyGivingStory Contest 2018


I am thrilled to be a judge for #MyGivingStory 2018!  So, of course, I want to encourage you to share your giving story and compete for cash grants for your favorite nonprofit organization.

#MyGivingStory is a social media storytelling contest that fosters a public conversation about giving and inspires more people to give.… Read More

Recap: Twitter #GivingTuesdayMyths Chat Hosted by Salesforce Foundation

Yesterday Allison Fine and I participated in a chat hosted by the Salesforce Foundation and moderated by Emily Goodstein on the topic “GivingTuesday Myths.”  I have to say that the best thing shared was from Rob Cottingham who illustrated a key point about the importance of building relationship and engagement!… Read More

GivingTuesday India Kicks Off the Global Giving Season

In the US,  GivingTuesday is after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday and marks the start of the year-end giving.  But GivingTuesday is not limited to the United States, it has caught fire over the past 7 years to become a global movement, with over 43 countries joining.… Read More

Happy Giving Tuesday: How Board Members Participate

Before I take you behind the scenes of our NTEN board fundraiser for Giving Tuesday, let me ask you to consider to a donation of any size to support NTEN and the Nonprofit Technology Conference Scholarship campaign. NTEN believes that finances should not be a barrier for small organizations to be able to access the resources and connections that the Nonprofit Technology Conference offers, so every year they offer scholarships to those who might not otherwise be able to attend.… Read More