Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 3

Two Opportunities for Nonprofits to Power their #GivingTuesday Campaigns — Facebook Ad Credits & #MyGivingStory



I’m just back from two weeks of inspiring work where I participated in a training for women organizations in the Ukraine and the International Fundraising Congress in Holland.   So, expect more some posts this week from about what I learned.  But despite jet lag and an over flowing email in box, I wanted to write up two opportunities for nonprofits that could help them power up their year end and Giving Tuesday Campaigns.… Read More

#1MilliForJadudi: A Crowdfunding Campaign in Kenya to help Cancer Patient



In 2010, I had an opportunity to do a Networked Nonprofit workshop in Kenya.  That’s where I met Zawadi Nyong’o, a young Kenyan woman and social change activist.

After the workshop, I hung out with participants providing some coaching.  … Read More

Announcing My Next Book: The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit


This graphic illustration was created by Chrissie Bonner, Illustrating Progress during a keynote talk I did at the Alliance for Nonprofit Management Conference on Oct. 7

I am excited to announce that I am working on my next book, tentatively titled “The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout.”   I’m honored to be co-authoring this book with Aliza Sherman to be published in 2017 by Wiley.… Read More

Does Your Nonprofit Have A Wellness Strategy for Staff?


This photo is from an open space session during last week’s Funders Learning Lab: Investing In Network Leadership.   I proposed a session with a title, “Going from Self Care to We Care” to talk about how do we scale a culture of self-care in networks.  … Read More

Trainer’s Notebook: Fishbowl Facilitation Technique

Training Design

Last week, I participated in the “Funders Learning Lab: Investing in Networks and Network Leadership.”  The participants included both funders and practitioners with expertise in networks, leadership development, philanthropy and social justice.   The goal was to add to our collective understanding about investing in network leadership and networks.  … Read More