Measuring the Networked Nonprofit: Kindle Version, SF Events, and Dogs Who Love the Book! | Beth’s Blog

Measuring the Networked Nonprofit: Kindle Version, SF Events, and Dogs Who Love the Book!

Books

Many of you have asked when the Kindle version of  ”Measuring the Networked Nonprofit” would be available and I’m happy to announce you can get download your copy from Amazon now!

I’m excited because that means friends and NGO colleagues in other parts of the world can get the book!

The reviews continue to come in and Randy Macon has written our first review on Amazon.

The book tour for Measuring the Networked Nonprofit continues in NYC with events on October 11 and October 12th and there are a few spots available for October 11th 6 PM NYC TechClub Event.

San Francisco and Silicon Valley Events – Week of October 15th

During the week of October 16,  KD Paine and I will be doing several joint and solo events.   If you are in the bay area, please join us!

October 16 from 10-12 noon,   SF Foundation Center – Measuring the Networked Nonprofit Workshop

October 17 from Noon-1:30,  TechSoup Global Office – Brown Bag Lunch and Cupcakes – Measuring the Network Nonprofit

October 17 from 4-6 pm,  Book Party and Discussion – hosted by ZeroDivide, Northern California Grantmakers, and the Levi Strauss Foundation

October 18 from 5-7 pm, Stanford University PACS - Book Discussion with the authors moderated by Lucy Bernholz

And,  we also have some four-legged fans from “Nptech Dogs.”   The lovely pup above is Truman, the dog that Marnie Webb and family rescued from Rocket Dog.     These photos are definitely keepers for the Cute Dog Theory Wiki!

The lovely dog you see above is Bella whose owner is Carie Lewis.   Bella and Carie are featured in Chapter 1 of the book.

Thanks to everyone who has purchased a copy, reviewed it on Amazon, and shared a photo!

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