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Get your profile ready for Georgia Gives Day 2015, and you might win a dinner out! Just complete five short tasks by Oct. 30 to make sure your GAgives.org account is set up correctly and ready for the big day.
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Nonprofit Voice | Working Together Must Work: Why Collaboration is Key to Success at Next Generation Men
In the private sector, success is often defined by pure competition: beating your peers and gaining a greater market share. From a business perspective, this approach is logical and desirable. Your company and employees depend on your ability to sell something better than others in the marketplace: It’s as simple as that.
#ThursdayIdeas | GA Nature Conservancy and Ray Allen Foundation, Girl Scouts of Historic GA, HealthMPowers
Our #ThursdayIdeas blog series continues with three of the featured nonprofits from our just-published annual IDEAS issue of Georgia Nonprofit NOW. Read about GNC and Ray Allen Foundation's Mission Zero Corridor, the DIY Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, and HealthMPowers' latest program.
A frequent challenge for nonprofit organizations is dealing with unexpected setbacks — the failed donor renewal, the sudden loss of a key department head, or the departure of a board member. But after two decades in the nonprofit sector, I’ve come to realize that there are just as many unexpected opportunities from which nonprofits can benefit.
In a previous life, I managed 20 social media channels for a non-profit. I’ll admit it was a large non-profit and one that (thankfully) saw the light years ago in terms of the need to focus on social media marketing. As I spoke to community groups or college classes about our growth and engagement, I would inevitably receive the question, “How many people work in your social media department?” The answer: one. Just me.