Drew Bernard is on a mission to leverage the world’s largest social network to make a better world. He is a regular contributor to The NonProfit Times and the founder and CEO of ActionSprout.com, a company that helps nonprofit organization build relationships on Facebook that result in real, measurable impact. Drew has been helping nonprofit organizations leverage online technology to build productive relationships with supporters for over a decade. Drew is also an ardent supporter of entrepreneurship in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Have you ever had the nagging feeling that your Facebook efforts aren’t resulting in the kind of impact that they should be?
Are you looking for a nonprofit job in New York City? If so, the latest featured position on the NPT Jobs Career Center may be of interest to you.
Last summer we asked nonprofit managers from across the country to participate in our annual Salary and Benefits Survey. After months of studying the data we are excited to announce the release of The 2014 Nonprofit Organizations Salary and Benefits Reports.
Selecting the best accounting software for your nonprofit can be one of the hardest things to accomplish, so why go into the process without insight from people directly involved in the industry?
Susan N. Dreyfus is president and chief executive officer of the Alliance for Children and Families in Milwaukee, Wisc.
President Barack Obama couldn’t have been more right when, in his recent State of the Union speech, he said that economies turn around on the strength of small businesses. He has also hit the nail on the head when he has mentioned that those businesses’ abilities to thrive, innovate, and succeed depend upon the regulatory environment.
Are you a fundraising expert who is currently having trouble finding a quality nonprofit job? Then look no further than the newest featured position on our career center: Development Director at Compassion and Choices.
This was originally posted on the website of NTEN
Nonprofit executives tend to get the best benefits at an organization, and for good reason. It’s unlikely the organization would have success without their leadership and, for that reason, they are generally compensated greatly. This does not mean that other positions have no importance. On the contrary, less glamorous roles like those in the Administrative field are vital to the success of a nonprofit.
Cheryl Contee is CEO of Fission Strategy, the only Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer that specializes in nonprofits & foundations with experience helping leading mission-driven organizations with their social integration and app development.
While it may be true that Instagram is growing faster than Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook combined, Facebook remains one of the most popular social networks in the world. (And it’s important to remember that Facebook now owns Instagram).
The former chief operating officer (COO) of a nonprofit in Salisbury, Md., has been indicted for allegedly stealing $70,000 from the organization over a period of seven years.