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Kudos to the young adults at South Dakota's Rosebud Sioux Reservation who teamed up to create their own narrative about what they stand for. South Dakota's Rosebud Sioux Reservation NPR big thoughts

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What I was doing when I wasn’t here

Wild Woman Fundraising

It will be broadcast everywhere from South Dakota to Hawaii to Maine, and there will be a podcast too that I’ll be posting here.

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VIDEO: Nonprofit Professional, You’re my only hope

Wild Woman Fundraising

Listen to the whole thing, there’s a lot in there about dead zones like Camden NJ, and West Virginia, and South Dakota, that have become economic sacrifice zones, and how they may hold our future, wherever we live. I encourage you to watch this interview.

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. The Hispanic population also more than doubled in Maryland and South Dakota.

How to Use CRM + Donor Management Software to Talk to Anyone

EveryAction

For example, dynamic fields could allow you to display a picture of the Badlands to readers in South Dakota, while readers in Arizona see the Red Rocks of Sedona.

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Leading the Resistance: 28 Organizations You Can (and Should) Support Today

EveryAction

Lakota People’s Law Project has been partnering with tribes and leaders in South Dakota since 2005, exposing serious ongoing State violations of the Indian Child Welfare Act. DRUM has mobilized and built the leadership of thousands of low-income, South Asian immigrants to lead social and policy change that impacts their own lives- from immigrant rights to education reform, civil rights, and worker’s justice.

Grants for Organizations, Designers, Artists, Etc. Working With Local and National Partners to Transform/Impact Community Vibrancy

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Paul, as well as communities in Alaska, Arizona, California, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wisconsin. From The Foundation Center. [If If you are interested in this grant opportunity, click "Link to Complete RFP" at the end of this blog post for more information].

Social Media Awareness That Works: S’mores in the Outdoors

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

A: Brad Bumgardner, our interpretive naturalist at Indiana Dunes State Park and one of our most savvy social media users, first noticed something similar with marshmallows on the South Dakota State Parks page. Julia Reich.

The Southern Oregon Historical Society Has Raised Some Eyebrows. What Could They Have Done Differently?

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Nonprofits sometimes offer us interesting news, like, Indian Artifacts A Tough Sell for SOHS published December 4, 2011 by the Southern Oregon region's Mail Tribune and written by Damian Mann which details another example of a nonprofit's leadership making a decision to raise money through a method that has others in the museum's community at large, concerned.

Interview with Erik Anderson

Wild Woman Fundraising

I’ve done a lot of work in Indiana and Iowa and South Dakota. I think I even saw in one of those news shows that the economic recovery that’s been driven is primarily focused on urban areas that are located along north south interstate corridors.

Grants to Increase Health Care Access & To Include Children With Disabilities

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This includes organizations in the United States and Puerto Rico with the exception of Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, and Arkansas. From The Foundation Center. [If If you are interested in this grant opportunity, click "Link to Complete RFP" at the end of this blog post for more information].

How generous is your state?

Nonprofit Consultant Blog

And, at the bottom, Iowa, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, and North Dakota. Thanksgiving is done with (hope yours was peaceful and happy), and we're now officially into the Holiday Season. That means plenty to each of us personally, of course, but as nonprofit professionals it also means quite a bit work-wise as well.