Because I frequently discuss online fundraising and social marketing, I'm pleased to be able to report that Network for Good is offering a teleconference on the basics. A Beginner's Guide to Online Fundraising and Marketing will cover "10 tips for effective online fundraising and marketing -- even during this down economy.

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Its only 9:15 am and I have already fielded two questions this morning on SANE/SART funding, so I am going to take that as a sign from the blogging gods and get a post up on finding funders.
 

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OVC is holding a free evaluation overview webinar this Friday, August 21st from 1-5pm ET. Apologies for the late notice, but I just found out about it myself. Preregistration is required. Sadly, I have no other information, but I registered for it this morning.
 
BTW, the site says to register by 8/14--I was able to successfully register anyway. I wouldn't wait too long, though.

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TechSoup is offering a free webinar March 16th, 11am PT on using Twitter. This session is geared toward libraries and non-profits. "This webinar will survey the Twitter landscape, explaining core concepts, enumerating best practices, and describing the tools and tactics that exist to leverage Twitter's strengths.
 

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Generating media coverage isn't a skill many people running SANE programs possess. Let's face it--we don't get an opportunity to hone this particular skill set with any regularity. And yet being able to draw attention to our programs, staff and services allows our communities to better get to know us. The more our communities know (and value) our work, the more integral our services become to their infrastructure. It becomes easier to recruit new staff, cultivate potential donors and establish relationships that can benefit our programs and patients.
 

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One of the most confounding issues for SANE program managers is funding. Many nurses, particularly, have very little experience writing grants and raising capital, so knowing where to start can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, there's the Foundation Center. Your starting off point for all things money. Because if you don't know how to do it, where to find it, or how to ask for it, the Foundation Center has you covered.

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The Chronicle of Philanthropy hosted an online discussion yesterday on using Facebook Causes to promote nonprofits. Sadly, I just heard about it this morning, so I couldn't attend. But it's archived on their site and available for viewing (it's transcripts of the session, not video). For those of you toying with this approach to fundraising, it's worth checking out.

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Idealware is hosting a webinar June 4th from 1-2:30 EST on getting started with online conferencing and seminar tools. Registration is $40, but it looks like they'll cover a lot of ground for the money:
 

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MNCASA is offering a webinar March 22nd, 12pm CT on protocol development and renewing interagency agreements. This should be an excellent session, addressing two issues we see frequently in the sustainability TA project. This webinar will describe the process of writing or adapting protocols, renewing interagency agreements, and training on protocol.

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The Nonprofit Risk Management Center has announced their 2010 webinar schedule. There's some interesting stuff on the list. If you're looking at risk management issues in your own program, you might want to consider the expenditure ($59) to attend one of their offerings. Some of the ones that caught my eye include:

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