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Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Good day, awesome people! Join me for the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of marketing and fundraising. It’s time for Mixed Links… First off, we just released our 2018 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report. Show More Summary

Op-Ed Contributor: The Shadow Safety Net

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Federal and local governments are not doing their jobs, so nonprofit organizations are working to fill the void.

Court Orders Nonprofit Law Firm to Pay $52,000 to Oil and Gas Company for Defending Local Fracking Waste Ban

Courts tend to uphold federal and state laws that preempt cities and municipalities from enacting local bans on practices such as fracking.

Using TensorFlow to keep farmers happy and cows healthy

Editor’s Note: TensorFlow, our open source machine learning library, is just that—open to anyone. Companies, nonprofits, researchers and developers have used TensorFlow in some pretty cool ways, and we’re sharing those stories here on Keyword. Show More Summary

Fixes: When Being Unproductive Saves a Career

2 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

With high levels of pressure and tension on the job, burnout rates among nonprofit staffers are rising. The antidote? Sabbaticals.

Download the 2018 Nonprofit Communications Trends Reports #NPCOMM2018

Our Nonprofit Communications Trends Report has become the “go-to” source for what’s REALLY happening in the world of nonprofit communications and fundraising. And the 2018 edition is now available! Get your copy now. During the eight...Show More Summary

Layoffs strike as Firefox's Mozilla reworks Asian operations - CNET

The nonprofit's cuts focuses the Taiwan office more on regional priorities like an Android browser in Indonesia and less on global work to improve the Firefox browser.

Small, But Mighty: A Resource for Small Nonprofit Leaders

Note from Beth:  I’m honored to be a member of the Leap Ambassadors Community, a group of people in the nonprofit sector who care deeply about high performance. A recent work product from this community includes “Small, But Mighty,” created by a small group led by Debra Natenshon and Karen Walker, the guest post authors.  … Read More

A Reactive Nonprofit Leader Will Get Us Nowhere

Let’s be honest, nonprofit leaders tend to be a pretty reactive bunch. Instead of creating or controlling a situation, they tend to simply react to it. And it makes sense. A foundation suddenly changes their funding strategy, and a nonprofit leader must scramble to find a new revenue source. A shift in how or where […]

Why Most Nonprofit Boards Resemble Whiteboards and How to Fix That

The people leading nonprofits are much less diverse than the communities they serve and there's no reason to expect that to change soon. The post Why Most Nonprofit Boards Resemble Whiteboards and How to Fix That appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Fed Up With Drug Companies, Hospitals Decide to Start Their Own

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

A group of large hospital systems plans to create a nonprofit generic drug company to battle shortages and high prices.

Court Orders Nonprofit Law Firm to Pay $52,000 to Oil and Gas Company for Defending Local Fracking Waste Ban

In early January, a federal judge ordered the nonprofit law firm Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund ( CELDF ) to pay $52,000 to an oil and gas exploration company for defending a rural Pennsylvania township’s ban on underground...Show More Summary

Liza Koshy, Hannah Hart Help Ad Council ‘Seize The Awkward’ Through Mental Health Campaign

3 days agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

Thanks to the ignominious actions of Logan Paul, suicide and mental health awareness have generated ample discussion in the online video community of late, and the Ad Council is looking to continue that conversation. The nonprofit'sShow More Summary

The Museum That Keeps Now-Obscure Confederate Flags

Last month Memphis, Tennessee, removed its last Confederate monuments, among them a memorial to Nathan Bedford Forrest, the first grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. The city sold the land on which the statues stood to a nonprofit, which quickly transplanted them to a private location. Show More Summary

The Ex-Inmates Going Back to Prison to Collect a Paycheck

3 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast This article was published in partnership with The Marshall Project, a nonprofit newsroom covering the U.S. criminal justice system. By Maurice Chammah and Joseph Neff In 2010, Cindy Stubbs was nearing the end of a 14-year sentence in a South Carolina prison, determined never to return. Show More Summary

Why You Should Always Interview Potential Volunteers

Reading Time: 3 minutes Busy nonprofits need volunteers, right? Well, not always.

Mathilde Krim, who galvanized worldwide support in the fight against AIDS, dies at 91

Mathilde Krim, a prominent AIDS researcher who galvanized worldwide support in the early fight against the deadly disease, has died. She was 91. Krim was founding chairman of the Foundation for AIDS Research, or amfAR. The nonprofit said she died at her home in Kings Point, N.Y., on Monday. In...

Mathilde Krim, who galvanized worldwide support in the fight against AIDS, dies at 91

Mathilde Krim, a prominent AIDS researcher who galvanized worldwide support in the early fight against the deadly disease, has died. She was 91. Krim was founding chairman of the Foundation for AIDS Research, or amfAR. The nonprofit said she died at her home in Kings Point, N.Y., on Monday. In...

Nonprofit Book Review: Social Startup Success – A Must Read for 2018

One of my favorite activities is to do a networking walk on The Dish trail, a five mile somewhat challenging hike adjacent to the Stanford University campus, a location where Silicon Valley start up entrepreneurs have famously walked and made deals or come up with great ideas.… Read More

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