While often regarded as a platform for people to share their personal stories, a blog can also be used to tell the story of an organization. Whether showcasing your work, offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse into your nonprofit, highlighting the people you serve, or advocating a … [Read more...] about Do You Want to Start a Blog?
Archives for June 2008
Information technology has a growing role in how nonprofits effectively do business. But the nonprofit techies, whether you are the chief information officer or the only person that understands email , need to be included in an organization’s decisions so technology effectively g … [Read more...] about Make Techies The Decision-Maker
U.S. charitable giving reached an estimated $306.4 billion in 2007, exceeding $300 billion for the first time, a new report from the Giving USA Foundation finds. According to Giving USA 2008, which is researched and written by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, … [Read more...] about U.S. Charitable Giving Topped $306 Billion in 2007
eJewish Philanthropy is pleased to welcome this guest post by Miriam Eljas, the founder and publisher of nyblueprint.com, the urban Jewish event guide, where it was originally posted. Do you get a return on your investment when you bring together 120 young Jews from 28 … [Read more...] about ROI’s Global Summit; A View From Afar
Conference overload. That's pretty much how you can define the past several weeks. So many different and important events taking place in Israel touching on our world of philanthropy. And I know more than one U.S. resident who has pretty much been commuting for the last … [Read more...] about Philanthropy and Civil Society in Israel