Beth Kanter\'s Blog - Part 4

The Happy Healthy Data Nerd: Using Your Personal Health Data to Support Your Wellbeing

Happy Healthy Nonprofit, Walking

I just published this piece guest blog post over at MarketsforGood about how nonprofit data nerds can use data to set some new goals for 2017 to become healthier – Enjoy

The passion that many nonprofit data nerds feel for our work is a double-edged sword.… Read More

The Spirit of @GivingTuesday Continues: #MyGivingStory Grant Opportunity

Philanthropy

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Join me for a Twitter Chat about #MyGivingStory at 1pmPST/4pmEST on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016.

During the chat, @GivingTues will start with welcomes, and then lead a discussion about storytelling best practices. Participants include @GivingTues, @magusgalmarini (Agus Galmarini of the Gates Foundation) @ArielAzoff (Social Impact at Medium), @meansandrew (Head of Philanthropy & Civic Innovation @Uptake) and me.

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New Resource for Nonprofits: The Data Playbook – Practices for Purpose-Driven Work

Measurement

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Join me at Markets for Good on December 6 at 1 pm EST for a FREE roundtable discussion about the new Data Playbook

It has been almost exactly four years since I published Measuring the Networked Nonprofit:  Using Data to Change the World, with co-author, Katie Paine.  … Read More

6 Insights The Sharing Economy Tells Us About The Future Of Fundraising

Fundraising, Guest Post

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Note from Beth:   December is a time when start to reflect on the past year and future online trends for fundraising.  The term “Sharing Economy” came to my attention two years ago after attending the SHARE conference in San Francisco and there were some implications for philanthropy.    

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Creating Healthy Nonprofits in Silicon Valley

Guest Post, Philanthropy

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Creating Healthy Nonprofits in Silicon Valley
Guest Post By Heather McLeod Grant

Why are Silicon Valley community-based nonprofits struggling to meet demand, and having a hard time maintaining their organizational health? Why aren’t more local philanthropists directing their dollars toward these organizations?… Read More