Volunteer recruitment “tell-a-friend” campaigns are easy ways to expand your volunteer recruitment campaigns by tapping into the networks of your existing volunteers. Your biggest fans will be more than happy to help you spread the word, but they need encouragement and the tools to do it.
Becoming PCI compliant is imperative, especially as more organizations’ data practices face increased scrutiny. While all the rules and regulations sound extremely technical, PCI compliance is not just an IT function—it involves buy-in from leadership and the entire organization.
Thinking back to my first time at the NTC, I remember being in a state of ecstasy and overwhelm for much of the event. So many like-minded people! So many exhibitors! So many breakout sessions! There was so much to see and do, it felt nearly impossible to absorb it all. I left energized but exhausted. I've learned a few things in the decade since of attending this conference and have some tips to share.
I had the honor of attending my first Nonprofit Technology Conference last year in DC and loved connecting with other individuals who also work in the technical field of nonprofits. It is so good to share ideas and best practices. I love that I can throw out a question to our NTEN community about a problem that I am trying to solve and hear feedback and solutions that have already been implemented.
In 2017, NTEN started our work around diversity, equity, and inclusion—and most importantly, how that commitment will guide our work and decisions. Inline with our Values, we want to hold ourselves accountable to you, our community, and both document our process and ask you to join us on this journey.
Let’s read 18NTC keynote presenter Luvvie Ajayi’s book, I’M JUDGING YOU: The Do-Better Manual, together. A dynamic and humorous speaker known for her straight talk, Ajayi brings a wealth of nonprofit tech and digital strategy experience. She even presented at 11NTC!
Donors—both individuals and institutions like foundations—are increasingly calling for greater accountability and are exploring both existing and new methods to improve transparency. Nonprofits would be well served by getting ahead of the curve and exploring how blockchain can be used to improve accountability, decrease corruption, and facilitate efficiencies in mission pursuits.
Data-driven decisions continue to dominate the workplace, and a demand for leanness is inspiring nonprofits to find ways to turn their qualitative performance into a quantitative metric. Regardless of the size of your nonprofit, you can employ industry-leading analysis to improve your fundraising performance.
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