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Idealware - Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Technology Decisions

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lifehack If you have taken a glass or two of wine at bedtime in the past and felt a little guilty about it — rejoice! New research has found that this ritual might actually be good for your health — and even help you achieve your weight loss goals. What the Studies Found Non-profit technology Nonprofit technology is the deliberative use of technology by nonprofit organizations to maximize potential in numerous areas, primarily in supporting the organization mission and meeting reporting requirements to funders and regulators. Types of technology do not differ between nonprofit and for profit organizations. Nonprofit technology is differentiated by specific strategies and purposes. Numerous nonprofit organizations approach technology with an emphasis on cost effectiveness due to limited budgets. Information technology in particular offers low-cost solutions for non profits to address administrative, service and marketing needs. Technology deployment grants nonprofits the opportunity to better allocate staff resources away from administrative tasks to focus on direct services provided by the organization.[1]

Info: Resources for Nonprofit Organizations The resources listed below are a streamlined collection of information for nonprofit organizations and people who work, volunteer, and care for them. We encourage you to send us any suggestions you have for additions or improvements to this resource by using the Contact link at the top of this page. On these resource pages you'll find an overview of key topics for consideration by people who work for, lead, or support nonprofit organizations in the United States.

How to Get Unlimited Free Trials Using a "Real" Fake Credit Card Number « Null Byte How to Get Unlimited Free Trials Using a "Real" Fake Credit Card Number When I see the words "free trial," I know I'm probably going to have to whip out my credit card and enter in the number to "not get charged." Then I end up forgetting about the trial and want to kick myself in the ass when I see my statement at the end of the month. In order to avoid that rigmarole, you can actually use fake credit numbers instead of your own, and you can do that using the site getcreditcardnumbers.com, which can generate up to 9,999 credit card numbers at a time, or just one. Now, to be completely clear, these numbers cannot be used to purchase any item.

Information and communication technologies for development Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D) refers to the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the fields of socioeconomic development, international development and human rights. The theory behind this is that more and better information and communication furthers the development of a society. Aside from its reliance on technology, ICT4D also requires an understanding of community development, poverty, agriculture, healthcare, and basic education.

Financial Accounting for NPOs Although there are few laws or regulations that directly state how nonprofit organizations must operate their finances internally, there are many that have a strong indirect impact. These indirect influences include IRS reporting requirements and the accounting standards most funding agencies require supported organizations to follow. In practical terms, these "recommended" standards all but demand certain accounting and other financial practices be followed by nearly all nonprofit organizations. This text provides only a preliminary introduction to some major issues in nonprofit financial accounting regulations and practices, specifically in the context of legal requirements. Nonprofit organization staff and advisors with direct financial responsibilities will need to consult other, more detailed resources to gain a sufficiently complete understanding for them to fulfill their duties. Legal Regulations

Speaking I’ve been speaking about how nonprofits can use social media for the past 6 years at hundreds of conferences and events. I’ve been the keynote speaker for the Cambodian Bloggers Conference in Phnom Penh, The Connecting Up Conference in Brisbane, Australia, Minnesota Council on Nonprofits, Making Media Conference in Chicago and others. I have also presented on nonprofits and social media at some of the leading social media industry conferences including O’Reilly’s Graphing Social Patterns, Gnomedex, SWSX, Blogher, and Podcamp. Content Curation Presentation w/ Robin Good at Social Media 4 Nonprofits Conference in 2012 If you want to see some examples of my presentations, you can find a complete list here.

Free Webmail and Email by GMX Create your free Email Account Personal Information Check Availability Define your Password In Case you forget your Password Verify your Registration * Fields required to complete registration. The Terms & Conditions of GMX apply. GPS bracelet uses social media to protect Civil Rights Activists The Civil Rights Defenders have issued their first batch of GPS bracelets that will alert the CRDs' headquarters, other nearby activists, and the entirety of the CRDs' social media following if the bracelet's owner is ever kidnapped. The first 5 bracelets were issued from April 2nd through April 5th during the Civil Rights Defenders' conference, Defenders' Days. The CRD plans on issuing 55 of these bracelets over the next year and a half. The bracelets are described as a personal alarm, and the product is called the "Natalia Project".

Ten Nonprofit Funding Models (March 16, 2009) For-profit executives use business models—such as "low-cost provider" or "the razor and the razor blade"—as a shorthand way to describe and understand the way companies are built and sustained. Nonprofit executives, to their detriment, are not as explicit about their funding models and have not had an equivalent lexicon—until now. M oney is a constant topic of conversation among nonprofit leaders: How much do we need?

Free and Open Source Software Applications that are safe and useful for unionists, labour and social justice activists N-1: N-1 is an online social network software. It has been developed by Indignados from Spain and elsewhere collectively. N-1 combines many of the below tools in it. The name n-1 is related to the principle of equipotentiality that attribute potentially equal participation for all the nodes involve. Other important free and open source online networks are Diaspora, Rise Up, Drupal. Big Blue Button is an open source online software built originally for higher and long distance education purpose. All About Financial Management in Nonprofits © Copyright Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD, Authenticity Consulting, LLC. Applies to nonprofits unless otherwise noted. New nonprofit leaders and managers have to develop at least basic skills in financial management. Expecting others in the organization to manage finances is clearly asking for trouble. Basic skills in financial management start in the critical areas of cash management and bookkeeping, which should be done according to certain financial controls to ensure integrity in the bookkeeping process. New leaders and managers should soon go on to learn how to generate financial statements (from bookkeeping journals) and analyze those statements to really understand the financial condition of the business.

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