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On November 21, 2012 by John Hoffman
The social sector – possibly more than any other – is steeped in gratitude. It is the gravy that covers and flavors everything that we in the nonprofit sector do.[Read More]
On October 17, 2012 by John Hoffman
With voter registration closed or closing soon in most states, many nonprofits think it’s too late to foster more widespread electoral participation, but there is still much that can be accomplished...[Read More]
On October 03, 2012 by John Hoffman
Like any discerning client, nonprofits should manage pro bono volunteers and consultants with the same attention they would manage a paid consultant.[Read More]
On September 19, 2012 by John Hoffman
Today, cloud computing has become so ubiquitous that many people are unaware they are even using it. Nonprofits should take a closer look.[Read More]
On August 21, 2012 by John Hoffman
Text messaging is one of the most widespread and popular forms of digital communication, yet many nonprofits aren’t seizing this tool to connect to constituents.[Read More]
On August 08, 2012 by John Hoffman
Why isn’t there more tech innovation in the nonprofit sector? Because too many nonprofits—both big and small—are going about it all wrong.[Read More]
On June 13, 2012 by John Hoffman
A new Wells Fargo and ZeroDivide initiative will help build the technology capacity of organizations that provide workforce development services and foster economic empowerment.[Read More]
On June 07, 2012 by John Hoffman
For nonprofits that serve senior populations, the rapid growth of Internet use among adults over 65 has significant implications.[Read More]
On May 14, 2012 by John Hoffman
President Obama’s statement in support of same-sex marriage was a significant moment in the gay rights movement. Social media will help make LGBT equality inevitable.[Read More]
On April 14, 2012 by John Hoffman
Smartphones are great. I love my smartphone. I use to it to email, tweet, photograph, text, map, like, calendar, draw, comment, game, read, bank, and sometimes even talk.[Read More]


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