Bridging The Advocacy Gap: Audubon’s Mississippi Flyway Action Network

Sea Change Strategies

In an effort to pass the Restore Act, they brought activists together from across the interdependent Mississippi Flyway (See map) to pressure their Senators to pass the bill. The leads connected with each other and built bonds across the Mississippi Flyway region.

Where I’ll Be at #16NTC – and How to Get Presentations from Home

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Hello from the clear skies 30,000 feet somewhere above Mississippi! I’m on my way to San Jose, CA today for the Nonprofit Technology Conference. It’s my favorite national conference for nonprofit communicators.

Friday Futures – Nonprofit Marketing Jobs – September 9, 2011

Getting Attention

4) Communications Coordinator – Mississippi River Delta Restoration Campaign , Audubon , (Washington, D.C.). 4) Communications Coordinator – Mississippi [.] Please post your nonprofit marketing position here — FT or PT staff, consulting or internship opportunities.

Day in the Life of a Nonprofit Communicator – Leanne Poellinger

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

She lives with her husband of 28 years and three sons across the Mississippi River in a small southeastern Minnesota city, where she was born and raised. Although I live in a different state than I work, my commute is only about 10 minutes, across the Mississippi River bridge.

Social issue documentaries: Building a movement


Here in the Twin Cities, we’ve just experienced an interesting media frenzy about a social issue documentary called Troubled Waters: A Mississippi River Story that was produced by the University of Minnesota and funded by various foundations and governmental agencies.

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Opportunity! Nonprofit Communications Jobs

Getting Attention

Communications Director Mississippi Center for Justice (Jackson, MS). Please post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here: Featuring jobs with nonprofit organizations, grantmakers, B Corps, and agencies and other vendors serving nonprofits.

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The best marketing I've seen in months

Mission Paradox Blog

  We went down the Mississippi River.    Then he played this other song, "The Mississippi Squirrel Revival."  I was on a Riverboat tour in New Orleans.    It was a lovely day.    The tour guide gave historical facts to help us understand what we were seeing.    I was getting exactly what I had paid for.    No big deal. Then right at the end, something remarkable happen.

Is your nonprofit website open for business?

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

One Mississippi, two Mississippi … by three Mississippi your website better be finished loading, or most visitors will simply leave. Is your nonprofit website sending the right message to potential donors? Year-end fundraising season will be here before you know it.

Effectively Communicating What Your Cause Really Does

Cause Related Marketing

Imagine, a pet rescue charity, for instance, live-blogging the rescue of pets from the flooded areas along the Mississippi River, for instance. Typically, charities are better at asking for help than they are at demonstrating success at their mission.

Grants for Nonprofits Restoring Wetland, Riparian, or Coastal Habitat

Seeking Grant Money Today

From The Foundation Center. Deadline: February 11, 2010 Five Star Restoration Program Announces 2010 Request for Proposals Administered by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation , the Five Star Restoration program seeks to develop community capacity to sustain local natural resources for future generations by providing modest financial assistance to diverse local partnerships for wetland, riparian, and coastal habitat restoration.

How you can become a Chief Development Officer

Wild Woman Fundraising

So as she thought about that, her husband got promoted into a position in Mississippi. Job #4: Since there weren’t a lot of people with advanced degrees in Mississippi back then, she ended up being the Director of Education at the Mississippi Museum of Art. Lisa Avra’s presentation was fantastic.

Grants for Community-Based Wetland, Riparian, and Coastal Habitat Restoration

Seeking Grant Money Today

Southern Company and its operating companies (Georgia Power, Alabama Power, Gulf Power, and Mississippi Power) will provide approximately $200,000 to support projects in the Southern Company service area (parts of Georgia, Alabama, the Florida Panhandle, and southeast Mississippi). From The Foundation Center. [If If you are interested in more information on this grant opportunity, click "Link to Complete RFP" at the end of this post.]

Grants for U.S. Nonprofits Providing Disaster Recovery and Rebuilding After Hurricane Irene

Seeking Grant Money Today

The initiative will provide funding to nonprofit organizations responding to the recent hurricane, as well as to nonprofits continuing to rebuild and aid recovery efforts in the wake of the tornadoes in the Midwest and South, Mississippi and Missouri river flooding, and other major natural disasters that have taken place since February 1, 2011. From The Foundation Center. [If

Thank you! Yes, you!

Wild Woman Fundraising

Mississippi Center for Nonprofits and I started doing a series of webinars for their association spanning from August to October! Do you ever think about how your nonprofit depends on partnerships? Partnerships not just with community partners, but with your donors?

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Are You Talking To Hispanics?

The Agitator

Moreover, the states with the largest percent growth in their Hispanic populations include nine where the Latino population more than doubled , including a swath in the southeast United States — Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee and South Carolina. Here from Pew Research is a nice wrap-up of the 2010 US Census figures as they relate to America’s Hispanic population. We all know the growth is strong — 43% over the past decade.

Attention Kellogg Grantees

Fundraising Breakthroughs

Looks to me as though grantees not working with children 3rd grade and younger, and outside of Michigan, Mississippi, and New Mexico would be wise to push harder on their other funding streams, while staying close and in touch with their colleagues at the foundation. “Almost eight decades after its founding, the W.K.

How DecentWork can take your nonprofit to the next level: Interview with Cathy Taylor, Executive Director, Ontario Nonprofit Network

Wild Woman Fundraising

where small associations like the Mississippi Center for Nonprofits, for example, are just trying to pool together resources to do webinars across the state instead of having to do in person workshops, for example. Hey, everybody. Welcome.

pbs to air inspiring new film, american idealist, january 21 (copies available to educators and nonprofits)

Studio 501c

It offers a powerful new look at one pivotal moment in King's life (as well as, sadly, Coretta Scott King's last recorded interview), and the story of Head Start's struggle in the Mississippi Delta is its dramatic climax. Nonprofit leaders, activists, educators, and anyone interested in making our country -- and world -- a better place won't want to miss American Idealist: The Story of Sargent Shriver.

pbs to air inspiring new film, american idealist, january 21 (copies available to educators and nonprofits)

Studio 501c

It offers a powerful new look at one pivotal moment in King's life (as well as, sadly, Coretta Scott King's last recorded interview), and the story of Head Start's struggle in the Mississippi Delta is its dramatic climax. Nonprofit leaders, activists, educators, and anyone interested in making our country -- and world -- a better place won't want to miss American Idealist: The Story of Sargent Shriver.

Why I helped start a magazine: Characters matter

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

It was a prize winner in the Mississippi Review written by my cousin, Elisabeth Cohen, and it launched an impassioned conversation about why storytelling matters. I’m excited to announced that today, Characters Magazine is live. Master storyteller Mark Rovner and I founded this literary magazine to feature the writing of people who work for good causes and to inspire better storytelling in our sector. You can read it free online here.

Don’t Hire a Full-Time Cause Marketer

Selfish Giving

Mississippi to Memphis to Boston to New York. Just about every day I read about a nonprofit either looking for a cause marketer, or searching for someone to do cause marketing along with events, sponsorship, operations, human resources, major gifts.

Rhode Island Fairs

Fundraising Breakthroughs

Hoteliers in Rhode island, the defendant maintains his innocence and the rhode island mississippi a criminal conviction in Rhode island so long as the rhode island fairs a probation attached to it will be ordered to complete a batterers intervention program which involves attending classes. This may or may not offer reimbursements in the fire rhode island. Senior tourists and large conferences are much quicker than full hearings requiring movement within the rhode island fairs be heard.

Remapping Food and Activity in Communities

Social Marketing and Social Change

Kaufman (1999) mapped access of low-income households to larger grocery stores by calculating annual food stamp redemptions by stores in 36 rural, high poverty counties in the lower Mississippi Delta. Where do people find healthy foods and places to be physically active in their neighborhoods and communities?

From The Wall Street Journal: "Bill Gates: My Plan To Fix the World's Biggest Problems"

Seeking Grant Money Today

That problem has been so thoroughly solved in US food production that chemical fertilizers and pesticides create a biological dead zone of hundreds of square miles in the Gulf of Mexico where the Mississippi, draining much of the continent's richest farmland, empties into it.

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Want to Build Community Online? Become a Bridge Builder.

Marketing for Nonprofits

And, in Maryland, Georgia, Nevada, Arizona, New York and Mississippi, the percentage of non-Hispanic white residents has fallen below 60%. This magnificent photograph is from Giorgo's photostream on Flickr.

How Do They Get Away With It?

The Agitator

Two states, Utah and Mississippi, took disciplinary action – two fines and one consent agreement totaling $6,250! #1 on the list of America’s “50 Worst Charities” according to a collaborative report from The Center for Investigative Reporting and The Tampa Bay Times is the Kids Wish Network.

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