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MAY 2, 2012 [Blog, Missouri] #ENVIRO: Spring Is The Time To Build Rain Barrels & Community Gardens
Photo from 'The Soffritto' blog. A community garden in Montreal, Canada (Photo credit: Wikipedia). Does the site need to be fenced?
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JUNE 9, 2011 [Blog, Missouri] Last Chance for Seattle Workshop and Happy Hour
Love the daily blogging? We still have a handful of seats left if you want to join us ! Great!
MAY 2, 2012 | NON PROFIT MARKETING 360
[Blog, Missouri] #ENVIRO: Spring Is The Time To Build Rain Barrels & Community Gardens
MARCH 23, 2012 | WILD WOMAN FUNDRAISING
[Blog, Missouri] Givewell talks about their mistakes
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[Blog, Missouri] Last Chance for Seattle Workshop and Happy Hour
JUNE 9, 2010 | SOCIALBUTTERFLY
[Blog, Missouri] 6 Steps to Choosing the Right Individual Fundraising Platform
FEBRUARY 18, 2010 | SOCIALBUTTERFLY
[Blog, Missouri] The Social Round-Up
JANUARY 30, 2010 | SOCIALBUTTERFLY
[Blog, Missouri] How Do You Define Good Journalism?
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MARCH 23, 2012 [Blog, Missouri] Givewell talks about their mistakes
So a Missouri domestic violence nonprofit should be evaluated differently than an international malaria charity. And they started a blog, where they talked about the various merits of international charities, or giving a goat for the holidays, like, should that family get that goat? So Givewell started smaller. That sort of thing.
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JUNE 9, 2010 [Blog, Missouri] 6 Steps to Choosing the Right Individual Fundraising Platform
However, looking back, I wish I would have asked YOU guys via a blog post which one you think I should have done. Identify a cause. Ask around.
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FEBRUARY 18, 2010 [Blog, Missouri] The Social Round-Up
–Not only does this article feature a Missouri J-School Professor (woot-woot!), Thus, let’s get on with the show. Social Change.
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JANUARY 30, 2010 [Blog, Missouri] How Do You Define Good Journalism?
As, you could dedicate a whole blog to the topic. This is a big question–I realize that. flickr credit: gadgetgirl.
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SOCIALBUTTERFLY | WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2009 [Blog, Missouri] To Make a Difference, Must You Choose?
When I first started blogging I was an anonymous blogger. In the past, I focused on giving the Hispanic community a voice in Mid-Missouri and got involved in immigration issues. Life is full of choices–some more important than others. use to think no. Now, I’m not so sure. Beginnings. later revealed my identify. Should we? MORE >>
SOCIALBUTTERFLY | SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2009 [Blog, Missouri] Some Golden Nuggets of Social Change
Even though I did my own research on millennials for a project I did for Special Olympics Missouri, it’s always good to see what others found out as well. Lately, it’s become a blog staple–the kind that you can’t wait to read when you see there’s a new post in your RSS reader. Enjoy! Going to be in D.C. MORE >>
SOCIALBUTTERFLY | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2009 [Blog, Missouri] Dear May 2009 Graduate, Here’s 40 Reasons to Still Study Journalism
You learn how to be interesting, how to make conversation, how to potentially position a business or what to cover for a blog. According to Mark Glaser at PBS, Web technologies and blogs offer reporters the ability to “explain their conflicts of interest in greater detail, leading to more transparency. Jobs are being cut. Cliche? MORE >>
SPARE CHANGE | THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2008 [Blog, Missouri] Ready for the Zombie Invasion (or any other disaster)
First and foremost is our website which hosts general disaster preparation information via our blog, well managed discussion forums and videos. Louis, Missouri…it's pretty amazing. Flickr Photo Credit: d200 dug No censorship! Public health and safety folks tend to come at the problem from a straightforward "Here are the facts. angle. MORE >>
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