Crowdsourcing can be done at an organizational or individual level, and nonprofits have used it for everything from marketing and fundraising to volunteerism and activism. It’s a great way to enlist help from a wider community knowledge base and to engage people in your work.
If you've been working at a nonprofit for any period of time, chances are you've endured at least one — and possibly quite a few — boring or irritating presentations. Regardless of whether the presenter mumbled, fidgeted, or simply failed to keep the audience's attention, bad presentations can waste time, cost money, and even damage reputations.
What applications – and kinds of applications – can help you manage projects?
May 21, 2010
February 13, 2009
If you want to keep friends of your organization up-to-date on events, meetings, and deadlines, adding a calendar to your website is a must. But who has time to design and build a calendar by hand? Fortunately, there’s no need to do that, since numerous online tools make it easy to build, update, and publish a professional calendar on your nonprofit’s website. All you need is an Internet connection, a web browser, and a bit of spare time.
Disclaimers can be made up of statements covering different aspects of
your business. Below are some sample statements that can be used for
each aspect independently. To make up your disclaimer, select applicable
statements and include these in your disclaimer.
Practical recommendations for minimizing legal risk in your organization’s emails.
Nonprofit professionals recommend affordable tools for all budgets
August 1, 2011