Beth Kanter\'s Blog - Part 4

Powering the Nonprofit Community through Customer Support

Guest Post

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Powering the Nonprofit Community through Customer Support Guest Post
by Dorie Wallace Vice President, Customer Support, Blackbaud

Millions of nonprofits around the globe do incredible work each day to make the world a better place for all of us. Running a nonprofit is possibly one of the most important jobs out there.… Read More

How Nonprofits Are Using Games for their Mission Driven Work

Engagement

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Note from Beth:I’ve been a fan of Games for Change Festival since 2006 when I first heard about it, almost ten years ago.  While I have not been able to attend every year, I do publish a guest post every year with a roundup of how nonprofits are embracing the use of games.

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Four Early Lessons Learned in the Quest to Improve Feedback Loops in Philanthropy

Listening

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Note from Beth:  I’ve just returned from an amazing training project in Cambodia and will be sharing more about that this coming week.  But for now, Listening and feedback loops are important skills for nonprofit leaders and for organizations to get better results.  

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Why I Love @Canva for Nonprofits and Why You Should Too

Cambodia, Visual

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I am in Cambodia as part of Tech2Empower, an initiative of Wake. I traveled with a team of Advisers to conduct an interactive “Tech2Empower” workshop for leaders of anti-trafficking and women’s rights NGOs. Advisers contribute their skills and expertise to provide training and mentoring to help amplify the work of anti-trafficking organizations in Cambodia.… Read More

Give Local America Disaster Offers Lessons for Next Time

Philanthropy

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Note from Beth:  Peter Panepento wrote a thoughtful piece earlier this week about #givedaylessons and gave me permission to republish it here.  Also, if you have not read it, Kivi Leroux-Miller has written a stellar piece called “The Heroes and Villains of Give Local America Story.

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