Follow my journey as I read Beth Kanter’s book , The Networked Non-profit.
After 12 weeks, I have finished reading The Networked Nonprofit by Beth Kanter and Alison Fine. What I have learned is that nonprofits volunteers and donors are crucial to the organizations. They are what drive the organization’s mission. In Chapter 8, Fine and Kanter talk about the significance of working in crowds. Through social media, … Continue reading Together, We Can Inspire Change
One of the biggest challenges nonprofits are faced with is ability to allocate money in the most effective and resourceful way possible. Nonprofits rely heavily on donations in order to run the organization, but do you know where your donor dollars are going? Why does this employee make so much money? I don’t want my … Continue reading Do You Trust Nonprofits?
In the age of digital era, the use of social media has almost become habitual. For some, this platform of communication is part of their day-to-day lifestyle. It is important that non-profits use social platforms to harness the power and influence that is has on users. For those working in a non-profit environment, you understand … Continue reading Should Nonprofits Use Social Media?
Nonprofits do great things. They inspire social change and strive to make a positive impact in the communities around us. It can be easy to be lost in the number and message and forget about those who help drive nonprofits. After reading the first three chapters of Beth Kanter and Alison Fine’s book, she reminds … Continue reading Volunteers: The Hand and Feet of Your Mission.