Why is it important to know the difference between your nonprofits community, network, and crowd? These are terms that we seem to throw around frequently but haven’t yet clearly defined. I recently had the opportunity to hangout with Amy Sample Ward and Allyson Kapin who wrote Social Change Anytime Everywhere to define and discuss community, […]
You don’t have a plan for fundraising this December yet, and are feeling squeemish. With as much as 40% of your online donations coming, you could even be starting to panic. Perhaps you’re an individual fundraiser, and you agreed to help out a favorite cause and have no ideas. Our friend Allyson Kapin at the
Aside from creating content on a blog and interacting with users on Facebook and Twitter, nonprofits (and individual fundraisers alike) can benefit from telling your story through video. Allyson Kapin from RAD Campaign and Women Who Tech, talks about the benefits of creating a video and the tools already available to enhance your online fundraising.
Having an engaged community is critical for a successful online fundraising effort. Ever wonder where to start? In the above video RAD Campaign Co-founder and Editor of the top ranked nonprofit blog FrogLoop Allyson Kapin (@womenwhotech on Twitter) discusses how to build a community with the Mightycause team. By the way, Allyson’s team redesigned our
Social fundraising was a dominant topic at Nonprofit 2.0. There were many industry leaders in attendance, and we decided to interview them with video. The above round-up is highlights some of these voices, including Epic Change’s Stacey Monk, Care2‘s Jocelyn Harmon, RAD Campaign’s Allyson Kapin, National Wildlife Federation’s Danielle Brigida, Ace Blogger Shonali Burke, Network