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Is PayPal Really Your Pal?

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billion in contributions last year. However…”.

Will Social Media Influence The Travel Channel Launch's of "Deep Fried America?" An interview with host Jay Ducote

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I’m a friendly, fun loving guy from Louisiana who loves to celebrate food and beverage culture. A beignet in Louisiana is the perfect breakfast.

Will You Come to Your Own Rescue Before It’s Too Late?

Selfish Giving

That’s why I love these monks in Louisiana. I’ve written before about my disinterest in charity. They make and sell wooden coffins.

6 Cause Marketing Promotions You Can Learn From

Selfish Giving

I’m always finding good examples of cause marketing on Twitter. I have a few open searches on Tweetdeck that capture most of them. Pay attention!

Cause-Related Marketing Potpourri

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The event included trash pickups in five cities in Louisiana, and a $50,000. A handful are even about cause-related marketing!Here

Award for Those Suffering From or Volunteering to Better Peoples Lives Who Suffer From Depression

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Each award recipient and one guest will receive complimentary airfare and accommodations to attend the ceremony in New Orleans, Louisiana, in May 2010. From The Foundation Center. Does your organization work with those suffering from depression? Anyone, except Lilly employees, may apply or be nominated for a Welcome Back Award.

“Charity Doesn’t Solve Anything” -Mexican Billionaire

Wild Woman Fundraising

There are thousands of charities working on job training and creation, such as Oregon Tradewomen , Louisiana Green Corps , JFYNetworks in Boston , etc. So, you work for a nonprofit your whole life, in the hopes that something will change from your efforts, that your cause will have made a dent in the problem. But the changes are there.

What’s your organization’s role in the wake of a man-made disaster?

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For example, the Louisiana Bucket Brigade , an environmental health and justice nonprofit, in conjunction with students at Tulane University, established an oil spill crisis map that displays the disaster’s impact on the environment, wildlife, health, livelihoods and other factors. The question is, should your nonprofit respond?

Matching Funds Grant for Migratory Birds Conservation

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Priority will be given to projects in regions where ConocoPhillips has an operating presence, including the following regions in North America: western Canada; Gulf of Mexico states (including Texas, Louisiana, and Alabama); Prairie states (including Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming); and the Delaware Bay.

Grants to Benefit Migratory Birds and Their Habitats

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Priority will be given to projects in regions where ConocoPhillips has an operating presence, including the following regions in North America: Western Canada; Gulf of Mexico states, including Texas, Louisiana, and Alabama; Prairie states, including Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming; and Delaware Bay. RFP Link: [link].

Guest Post: What’s your organization’s role in the wake of a man-made disaster?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

For example, the Louisiana Bucket Brigade , an environmental health and justice nonprofit, in conjunction with students at Tulane University, established an oil spill crisis map that displays the disaster’s impact on the environment, wildlife, health, livelihoods and other factors. The question is, should your nonprofit respond?

Follow-up: When Community Foundations Merge

Nonprofit Consultant Blog

Dr. Carson is formerly of the Minneapolis Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation - an impressive resume demonstrating community commitment and activism wherever his assignments have taken him. At the time I expressed some skepticism regarding the result. I feared that it could result in a 1+1=1.5

Easy Resources for the Grant Writer

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They have compiled and regularly update a Foundation Data Book that lists all of the foundations in each of the following states; California, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nebraska, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, and Washington State. There are many easily accessible resources that will get you on your way. Some resources are even free.