April 18, 2013

6 ways to optimize calls to action in your blog posts

by John Haydon

The only one purpose for your website is to encourage people to act. Check out these six simple ways to improve the calls to actions that exist with in your blog posts. Continue reading

March 7, 2013

Crowdshout: Social advocacy made simple

by Guest

In an effort to combat ‘slactivism,’ Crowdshout was born. Offered for individuals or organizations, Crowdshout puts social action at your fingertips, allowing supporters to use their mobile devices to take action and support their favorite causes. Continue reading

March 4, 2013

8 tools to help you fundraise for a cause

by Lindsay Oberst

Trying to raise some money? Check out these eight tools to help you fundraise for a cause — whether an individual cause or for an organization or nonprofit. Continue reading

February 11, 2013

Nonprofits: Focus on donor retention in 2013

by John Haydon

Blackbaud’s Charitable Giving Report, published last week, shows that small nonprofits grew their fundraising 7.3% compared to 2011. See how different sectors performed and find out why donor retention is the focus for 2013. Continue reading

January 2, 2013

Calendar of 2013 nonprofit & social change conferences

by JD Lasica

Here’s a roundup of conferences in the nonprofit and social change sectors coming up in 2013. Continue reading

November 28, 2012

How to become part of the Revalue Economy

by JD Lasica

One of our clients, the SF Goodwill, was invited to give a talk at TEDx. The organization’s CEO gave an impactful talk on what it means to be a ‘revalueist’ and discusses the importance of learning to value resources and people. Continue reading