Crowdsourcing Week 2013

| April 10, 2017

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Crowdsourcing Week (CSW) is the first global week-long conference focused on crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, and open innovation. Singapore saw this first-of-its kind event bring together the brightest minds in crowdsourcing and open innovation including 300 delegates from 23 countries for over 57 talks, panels, and networking events.

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Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the world’s leader in the search for a cure for people with cystic fibrosis, a rare, genetic disease that progressively limits the ability to breathe, causing debilitating lung infections, and ultimately, premature death. Our relentless determination to improve and prolong life has made a dramatic difference in the lives of people with the disease.

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How Much Does It Cost To Start A Nonprofit?

Article | February 29, 2020

Starting a nonprofit from scratch requires passion, purpose, hard work, creativity, resilience…and money. As with any organizational effort, financial planning is critical to the success of an organization. One of the biggest questions that can be difficult to answer is, "how much money do I need to start a nonprofit?" The concise answer is, "it depends." There are a host of variables that will impact the answer to that question. Even if you don’t have the exact numbers, you can still have a sound financial plan and be prepared for the initial costs of starting a nonprofit. We put together a guide to help you identify the standard costs associated with starting a nonprofit. Pre-planning will help you either find enough funding or save enough money to support the startup costs.

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3 Easy Ways to Get New Email Subscribers and Drive Donor Growth

Article | February 13, 2020

Every nonprofit needs two things to drive sustainable growth: new contacts and new donors. There’s no silver bullet that will make donors come flocking to your website eager to hand their hard-earned cash over to you. But there are some very simple tactics, often overlooked, that pretty much guarantee massive growth to both your email lists and to your donor database. Before we dive into the specific tactics, the first thing you need to do is test both your email signup and donation forms. You might be thinking this is unnecessary, but it only takes a few minutes to test both – on your laptop and your phone – and it could save you huge headaches in the long run.

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Facebook Groups for Nonprofits: How to Master Them

Article | June 18, 2020

Many nonprofits understand that they have to promote on Facebook. As a result, there's a lot that Facebook offers charitable groups, including great groups that can help you share and learn information. Facebook groups are an opportunity for nonprofit leaders to understand and learn about what's happening in the industry. For instance, many groups hire consultants to help them with their marketing or fundraising, and that's because experts in the field have a broad wealth of knowledge to share. However, at times when money's especially tight, and fundraising is uncertain, there's a lot you can learn from joining and engaging in a few critical Facebook nonprofits.

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5 Steps to Increase Community Awareness for Your Nonprofit

Article | April 12, 2020

Your community can potentially boost your nonprofit’s efforts and take your organization to new heights. But how do you get the community to fall in love with your nonprofit? This can be tough for both established and startup nonprofits alike. If your community isn’t as involved as you’d like, launch a community awareness campaign and endear yourself to your community in 5 simple steps!

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Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the world’s leader in the search for a cure for people with cystic fibrosis, a rare, genetic disease that progressively limits the ability to breathe, causing debilitating lung infections, and ultimately, premature death. Our relentless determination to improve and prolong life has made a dramatic difference in the lives of people with the disease.

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