Blurb the movement

With all the content your forward thinking non-profit is producing and maintaining, it’s odd that you wouldn’t consider self-publishing. The technology has been around for a few years and at this point, it’s almost effortless to publish something really worth reading. From your Twitter micro-content, Facebook social timeline, to your

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Crowdfunding is For the Rest of Us

During my years in Peace Corps, funding for my biggest projects never came from Peace Corps itself or through the PEPFAR program. For the length of time involved in developing momentum and community enthusiasm for a project, funding via either of those routes was cumbersome. I had neither the

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FROG, Ning and Facebook

A commenter on Guy Kawasaki’s blog made a good point about non-profits trying to work from the same funding pie. Non-profits continue to emerge and grow while the pie stays relatively constant. We will have to cut into the larger and more established non-profits funding streams though this isn’t quite

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How We Set Up a Non-Profit by the Seat of Our Pants

This is how we set up a non-profit by the seat of our pants.
In the past, organizations just about had to physically meet on a regular basis for most of the heavy lifting to be accomplished and for the start-ups to get off the ground. Much of the coordination

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Microlending and Kiva, the theory behind it

The theory behind microlending is similar to the “teach a man to fish” analogy. Instead of directly handing out aid to developing nations, micro-lending finances sustainable projects through small loans. In theory, these loans will enable entrepreneurs to end their own poverty as well as develop the local economy.
Kiva.org,

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FROG on Flickr

I set up a Flickr account for FROG, a lot of directions we can go with this. From printing to sharing. Good stuff. Stay tuned for FROG on Flickr.

Originally uploaded by GuyFROG

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