- Training in how to tell and deploy stories,
- Technology to produce and disseminate those stories,
- Production of compelling stories to serve as model projects for the grassroots, and
- Networking to build power in and among social justice individuals and groups that use narrative forms.
Publication of the Week -- The Nonprofit Leadership Transition and Development Guide: Proven Paths for Leaders and Organizations by Tom Adams
Trend of the Week -- Generational Giving Habits
- Boomers contribute 43% of all giving. Are you neglecting this lucrative generation in your efforts to woo hot-topic Millennials?
- It’s time to lay to rest the generalization that digital is for young people only. All generations value a mix of online and offline communications and giving channels.
- When it comes to volunteering, Gen Y talks the talk while Matures walk the walk. How do you get your younger supporters out from behind social media to actually take action?
- Crowdfunding and peer-to-peer fundraising are gaining traction, largely with Generations X and Y. But organizations better be prepared to demonstrate the impact of gifts from these younger generations.
Tech Tip of the Week -- Keep a Table Row from Breaking in Word 2007/2010
- Select the row you want to keep together on the same page
- Below the Table Tools tab on the Ribbon, click the Layout tab
- In the Table group, click Properties to open the Table Properties dialog box
- Click the Row tab
- Clear to de-select the Allow row to break across pages check box
- Click OK