Beth Kanter's Blog - Part 93

Taking Baby Steps to Social Media Maturity with Your Peers

Guest Post

Flickr Photo by Johnny Hall

Note from Beth: This past year has been a deep exploration into how nonprofits can use measurement and reflection to improve their practices as a networked nonprofit and social media.    As part of my work at the Packard Foundation,  I designed and facilitated several peer learning groups and exchanges.  

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Heroes with A Heart Grant Recognizes Unsung Nonprofit Heroes

Guest Post

Heroes with A Heart Grant Recognizes Unsung Nonprofit Heros – Guest Post by John Haydon

If you’re like most people, you get most of your inspiration from people who are quietly changing the world each and every day. They’re not on the front page of the newspaper, and they’re not mingling with the Gates and Buffets of the world.… Read More

Komen Kan Kiss My Mammagram, PinActivism, and Newsjacking for a Cause

Movement Building

 

On Tuesday, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, a leading breast cancer charity,  pulled hundreds of thousands of dollars in breast cancer screening funds from Planned Parenthood.  Each year millions of women are screened for breast cancer at Planned Parenthood, and Susan G.… Read More

Google + for Nonprofits: Invest Time or Not? Nonprofit Starter Steps

Google

Does Google + have the potential to be a valuable platform for nonprofits or is it just another shiny object to distract nonprofits?  Should your nonprofit do more than simply set up a presence on Google + and not invest any more time?  … Read More

Guest Post: Infusing “Social” into Social Justice Organizations

Guest Post

Infusing Social Into Social Justice Organizations – Guest Post by Daniel Jae-Won Lee, Executive Director of the Levi Strauss Foundation

Time Magazine provocatively named “The Protester” as its 2011 “Person of the Year” for its riveting influence on last year’s social and political events.… Read More