For those of you who noticed some strange posts here lately, please accept my apologies. My blog automatically scoops up anything I write on TechSoup’s blog. TechSoup just launched a new blog and it messed up my automated scooper-upper. I’ve been deleting the posts when they appear while trying to fix the problem. In the […]
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The CTK Foundation just opened its 2011 Heart and Soul Grant Award Program. They’ll be awarding over $25,000 in grants to nonprofits, charities and voluntary organizations of all sizes in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. The only eligibility requirements are that the submitting nonprofit must be a registered 501(c)(3), […]
The website for the new book, The Nonprofit Guide to Going Green describes it as "a comprehensive learning tool to guide nonprofits and NGOs towards becoming greener. The definitive, practical, go-to resource guide on helping all charities become more green." The authors are on a brief North American book tour, with stops in Toronto, Berkeley, […]
My friends at TechSoup asked me to pass along info about their upcoming digital storytelling event. Looking for an innovative and compelling way to tell your organization’s story? From September 30 to October 21, TechSoup will host a free Digital Storytelling online event including expert roundtable discussions, nonprofit case studies, online discussions, live chat, and […]
TechSoup, the nonprofit tech web site where I host a discussion forum, went live with a redesigned home page over the weekend. I love the new look, although it’s only skin-deep. This is Phase 1 and only affects the home page–most links take you to pages on the old site, with a the old design […]
The Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University has posted the application for the 2009 Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation. The Drucker Award is given to a social-sector organization that demonstrates "change that creates a new dimension of performance. In addition, the judges look for programs that are highly effective and that have made […]
TechSoup might be shy about blowing its own horn but since I’m a volunteer, I have no such reservations. Check out the article about TechSoup in Sunday’s San Francisco Chronicle. TechSoup CEO’s are interviewed as well as some local Bay Area organizations who’ve benefited from TechSoup’s programs.