Giving Influence Instead of Cash; and More: Tuesday’s Roundup
January 5, 2010, 11:24 am
- In 2010, “giving money will become less important than giving voice, giving time, giving influence, and giving work” thanks to new technologies, writes Marcia Stepanek, an expert in social media and philanthropy, on her blog.
- Will community foundations have a hard time applying for money from the new federal Social Innovation Fund because of its matching-grant requirement? On his blog, Adin Miller, a nonprofit consultant, raises this question and others about the new fund, which last month issued its guidelines.
- As nonprofit workers enter a new year, they should consider connecting with people in the business world and government as a way to broaden their career opportunities, says Allison Jones, a fund raiser in New York, on her blog. The suggestion is one of seven ideas Ms. Jones offers for how charity employees can jump start their careers in 2010.
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