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What’s Trending With Foundations and Social Media Infographic

Publication date: 
12/2013
Based on a January 2013 survey of more than five thousand large independent, family, corporate, and community foundations in the U.S., it illustrates the response of over eleven hundred foundations to the question: Does your foundation use social media to advance its mission? There's a lot of info to review here, and we know you'll want to spend some time with it. So, we'll just leave you with five tips (included at the bottom) designed to jump-start your foundation's social media efforts: Follow your grantees and other foundations. Cross-promote your social media presence on you Web site,...
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Influencing Public Policy in the Digital Age: The Law of Online Lobbying and Election-Related Activities

Publication date: 
09/2011
With new online tools popping up all the time, questions like these are becoming more and more frequent. This Alliance for Justice guide helps you navigate the web of rules and regulations to empower your organization to engage in online advocacy!
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Announcing Powerhouse Workshops | NCG's 2016 Annual Conference

Release Date: 
05/12/2016
Choose your lunch breakout sessions and get strategies, tools, and methods to bring your own Power of Now back to the office. Apply big ideas on culture, technology, race and gender equity, and wealth concentration into your own work.
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Announcing Our 2015 Annual Conference PhilTalks

Release Date: 
05/07/2015
Earlier this year NCG put out a call for PhilTalk proposals. What’s a PhilTalk? A PhilTalk is a 15-minute presentation that explores an idea, solution or approach to a challenge we are confronting in our philanthropic work. Think TedTalk, but for...
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Make Big Data Work For You and Your Grantmaking

Release Date: 
04/21/2015
How would you adjust your grantmaking if you knew where the funding gaps were? If you knew who else was funding your grantees? Usually we're on the receiving end of Big Data. So how can we make Big Data work for us and our grantmaking?

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