WCSB encourages listeners to “Give Back”

WCSB (the student-run radio station of Cleveland State University) is a great place to hear quality, non-corporate radio – much of it featuring music and news connected to Cleveland’s ethnic communities. They have a fantastic, truly eclectic program...

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Using Twitter to advance your mission

What is Twitter? …and how does it relate to the nonprofit/philanthropic community? This week I’m posting some basics about Twitter, what it is and how I am using it. Next week I’ll post information about how I see Twitter benefiting the...

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Blogs We Should Read

As someone new to the world of blogging, I’m curious about what blogs I should be reading – specifically blogs that might be helpful for philanthropy and nonprofits. Whom do you recommend? I should note that I do not have (or have not made) time in my life...

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Measuring how much your organization matters

Read an interesting piece last night on community engagement from Chris Corrigan, Canadian facilitator and blogger who moves within the space between. He mentions several principles such as “find a centre, find something that you can continually come back...

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Measuring how much your organization matters

Read an interesting piece last night on community engagement from Chris Corrigan, Canadian facilitator and blogger who moves within the space between. He mentions several principles such as “find a centre, find something that you can continually come back...

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Steve Minter’s four words

As part of my training as a new Cleveland Foundation employee I watched a video of former CEO Steve Minter sharing his perspectives and highlights of the history of the foundation. I knew that Cleveland had the oldest community foundation (95 years old this...

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