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| May 27, 2019

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The mission of The St. Louis World’s Fare Heritage Festival is to be a FREE annual festival that will bring together peoples of the region, showcasing the finest elements of dance, art, music, and food found in the St. Louis area while supporting local charitable organizations. This special event is also designed to help bridge St. Louis County with St. Louis City, uniting the region into one community. Forest Park will be the centerpiece of a three-day celebration featuring events and competitions that embrace the heritage of the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair while highlighting the culture of St. Louis today.

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Your 5-Step Guide to Nonprofit Email Marketing

Article | February 19, 2020

Next time you want to know how many people in a room volunteer for a nonprofit organization, just stand on the nearest chair and announce that you are a nonprofit marketing and fund development professional. Before you know it, you will be peppered with questions. How can we get the word out about our programs? How do we engage our community? How can we raise more money? I’m always impressed by both the number of people who volunteer in their communities, and by the passion they bring to this work. They are hungry to know what they can do to make their organizations stronger and more effective, so that they can do more for those they serve.

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5 Ways To Use Nonprofit BI And Analytics Tools

Article | March 31, 2020

Most ERP and business management systems have the ability to gather large quantities of data. However, data collection alone isn’t the goal for nonprofits. Without any analysis, you can’t turn raw data into information that can help you make better decisions for your organization. Today’s data analysis and business intelligence tools for nonprofits are enabling organizations to measure the effectiveness of, and make improvements to, both daily operations and long-term programs.

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What is a Tech Platform-Centric Nonprofit?

Article | March 5, 2020

Becoming a platform-centric nonprofit creates enormous opportunities for digital transformation. A platform-based nonprofit uses a technology platform as a key foundation in their technology strategy. This focus on a foundational platform allows the nonprofit to act on information and data in new, connected ways. When done well, a platform-centric technology strategy empowers organizational strategy, which drives higher and more meaningful mission outcomes. Build has worked on numerous platform selections and implementations. When done right, the move to a platform-centric approach demonstrably delivers values, with a clear link between the effort and the outcome.

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6 A/B Test Ideas to Improve Your Nonprofit Marketing Metrics

Article | March 2, 2020

Small ideas have the power to create big change. It can be tempting to implement an idea that you think will improve your marketing efforts without vetting it first. However, you need to know for certain that your idea, no matter how small, is going to improve your metrics. The key is to either validate, or disprove, your idea before it’s implemented on a permanent scale. That’s where A/B testing can help. It lets you compare two iterations of the same asset you’re testing an idea on, like an email with two different subject lines.

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CS+Social Good is Stanford's first official student group focusing on the intersection of computer science and social impact. We encourage students at all levels of engagement to find ways to combine their passions for Computer Science and social good.

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