from Philanthropy News Digest: Four Reasons Why You Need an In-House Social Network Humans were built to connect with others - to form communities. And online communities are a natural extension of our real-world lives. In an online community, your supporters are surrounded … [Read more...] about Why Do In-House Social Networks Matter?
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Bassie Shemtov, the co-founder and director of The Friendship Circle, based in West Bloomfield, Michigan, writes in Mashable: How Non-Profits Can Rally Support for Online Contests Cause marketing is quickly becoming a popular option for corporations looking to give back to … [Read more...] about Engage Proactively Online
from Mashable: How Social Good Has Revolutionized Philanthropy The term “Social Good” has been bandied about, but pinning down exactly what it means in concrete terms can sometimes be tricky. Is social good the same as “the common good”? Is it the same as normal fundrai … [Read more...] about What Social Good Does Well
from PunkTorah.org: The (Expanded) Secret Language of Jewish Communal Professionals Young Jewish Professional: anyone who has a worthy job in the Jewish community, ages 21-35. You’re out of college (or about to be) and you work a job that requires you to wear a suit and t … [Read more...] about Our Jewish Communal Language (part 2)
from The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Purpose Is a Terrible Thing to Waste ... Nonprofit organizations need to find ways to close the compensation gap to tap into the passion and purpose of potential employees. One option is to borrow from academe, government, and private … [Read more...] about Attracting the Best and Brightest