Ten Things You Might Have Missed (April 2, 2013)
There’s so much information online that you’re bound to have missed some of it. Here’s some of the top items, articles and ideas you need to know so you can keep up-to-date and find success.
1. 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your AFP National Conference Experience (Bloomerang): Told by a 30-year conference veteran – Learn the ropes before you go!
2. The Secret to a More Effective Philanthropy: Funding the Unknown (Forbes): Sometimes in fundraising you have to take risks to reap a successful outcome.
3. It’s here: The 2013 eNonprofit Benchmarks Study (e-benchmarksstudy): Infographic style (with a link to the full study), including essential data about online fundraising, advocacy and social media.
4. Building a New Nonprofit Workforce With Millennial Leaders (HuffingtonPost): An accelerated speed of change has created a new call for serve nonprofit organization, for Millennials.
5. Guy Kawasaki’s top ten social media tips for nonprofits (NonprofitMarketingBlog): A MUST read! #7: Add Bling!
6. Majority of Canadians support charitable giving federal credit (CalgaryHerald): Nearly 70 percent of Canadians support the “First-Time Donor’s Super Credit”. 25 percent tax credit for cash donations up to $1K.
7. Do You Use Stories in These Two Ways? (hjcnewmedia): We all know that storytelling is the way to a donor’s heart—do you use stories in these two ways?
8. An Easier Way to Show Progress (TheChronicleofPhilanthropy): Hopes that “Re-Imagining Reporting” will replace long paper reports. Is this a good or bad thing?
9. AFP: Washington Needs to Realize Philanthropy’s Value (nonprofithub): The nonprofit sector still isn’t a major part of the discussion when it comes to the US budget—that’s unfortunate for fundraisers everywhere.
10. Athlete charities often lack standards (ESPN): Top athletes’ charities get slammed for lack of standards. Things aren’t measuring up!