Posts Tagged: non-profit

Social Share the Love – Four Ways to Help Your Favorite Cause

It’s 2013, and non-profits are on – or getting on – social media platforms to promote their cause or service. That’s a lot of content, and a lot of time and energy put into creating that content. News summaries and action alerts from your favorite groups help keep you in the loop and offer you… Read more »

Social Media Trending Up Among Nonprofits

Our intern Patrick just wrote his first blog post for us! Check it out! Nonprofit organizations looking for a cost-effective way to engage their supporters often turn to social media. According to the 2011 Nonprofit Social Network Benchmark Report, of the 11,000+ Nonprofit organizations (NPOs) surveyed, 92% utilize social networks like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and… Read more »

GovLooper’s – Please Assist in a survey for a new Course

I am currently working on a new and exciting project at AIIM. I am curious to know what you would be interested in buying as courseware if we were to offer additional training and certification under our educational programs. I would like to know if you would be interested in certain topics. As such, I… Read more »

Determining the Type of Website Best Suited for Non-profits

Most industries (i.e. legal, medical, finance, etc.) prefer their content management solution be customized to meet their specific needs. Non-profit organizations prefer that their solution be customized as well but they face a difficult hurdle: funding. A non-profit organization’s yearly budget lies solely on the generosity of donors and grants that are awarded by states… Read more »

Social Innovation Match Making, Washington DC Tuesday October 26

Sign up to the event here now! Have you ever noticed how hard it is to find the right person in government (or any other organization for that matter!) to help you make your idea a reality. Fix this, tweak that, wouldn’t it be good if… Well Social Innovation Match Making DC will help to… Read more »

National Resource Directory

The Department of Defense (DoD) has announced that its National Resource Directory (NRD) Web site recently received a comprehensive system upgrade to provide users with easier access. This Web site compiles federal, state, local and non-profit resources for Wounded Warriors, Veterans, family members and caregivers in a single, searchable site. The site’s new “bookmark and… Read more »