nonprofits

5 Things Nonprofits Can Learn From the Royal Baby

Congratulations to the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William on the birth of their first son! New babies are big news – especially new, royal babies. Here are five takeaways for nonprofits that want to give birth to their own superstar. A little suspense is a good thing Reporters and well-wishers surrounded Kate’s hospital in anticipation

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Dollars for Doers: The Money Nonprofits Don't Want?

Nonprofits say they want to move from corporate handouts to corporate partnerships, but ignorance–not opportunity–may be what’s holding them back. One example is the Dollars for Doers program (aka Volunteer Grants) that many companies offer. Dollars for Doers is a matching gift program for volunteerism that rewards volunteer hours with a company donation to the

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What Nonprofits Can Learn Looking Thru Google's Glasses

The news from Google that we’ll soon all be wearing glasses with a small screen displaying digital content has ratcheted up talk around augmented reality or AR. AR is when digital content is layered over the physical world to enrich the user’s experience. Wearing our Google glasses, for instance, we could scan deals and specials

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