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Do Nonprofits Have an Edge in Social Media Marketing? Guest Blog by Tiffany Jones

Guest Blog by Tiffany Jones, Production Manager, SW Creatives While a lot of businesses are struggling to find the best ways to take advantage of sites like Facebook and Twitter, nonprofits have a decided advantage in social media marketing. In fact, the most savvy...

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Elections and 501(c)(3) Organizations

By Henry Bogdan, Director of Public Policy, Maryland Nonprofits Maryland’s primary elections are heating up, more media, more outreach efforts, and more fundraising. An IRS  notice for charities, updated on March 5, re-states the basic rule prohibiting any partisan...

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31 Days and Counting

By Henry Bogdan, Director of Public Policy, Maryland Nonprofits With about a month left in the Maryland General Assembly session, here are Calls to Action and updates on several major issues: Protecting programs and services – the March ‘revenue estimate’ Grinch has...

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“Spotlight on Members”: International Women’s Day

Saturday, March 8th is International Women’s Day! Is your nonprofit going to celebrate? Send us pics of your celebrations and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+! Be sure to use the hashtag #IWD2014! We’re celebrating by...

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Part II: Leverage the benefits of recognized financial models, Guest Blog by Erica McGeachy Crenshaw

Guest blog by Erica McGeachy Crenshaw, CEO of Execute Now! My early professional career was in the corporate financial world, so I’m aware of how the corporate sector has long benefited from a common language that facilitates an easier discussion with potential...

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It’s Not Me, It’s You! Guest Blog by Melanie Lockwood Herman, Nonprofit Risk Management Center

Guest Blog by Melanie Lockwood Herman, Executive Director, Nonprofit Risk Management Center   One of my favorite parts of the Seinfeld episode titled “The Lip Reader,” is when Gwen tries to soften her break-up with George by saying, “It’s not you, it’s me.”...

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Welcome To Our New Members!

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+! Only 21 days till Spring! Start the season with a new career, follow @MDNonprofitJobs We would like to extend a big “Welcome” to our rejoined members and those who have become...

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Maryland Nonprofits Updates Disclose It: Charitable Nonprofit’s Guide to Disclosure Requirements

Blog by Amy Coates Madsen, Standards for Excellence Director, Maryland Nonprofits The Maryland Nonprofits Standards for Excellence: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector states that all nonprofits “must be aware of and comply with all applicable...

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Mood Boards: Your Designer’s Best Friend for Communicating Visual Direction, Guest Blog by Christine Batta

Photo and Blog courtesy of SW Creatives Blog written by Christine Batta , SW Creatives “WE DIG INTO CULTURAL TRENDS, OUR COLLECTIVE MEMORY BANKS, PAST STUDIES AND RELEVANT ARCHIVES TO GATHER IMAGERY. VISUALS THAT WE BELIEVE ARE RELEVANT TO THE BRAND AND...

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“Spotlight on Members”: World Day of Social Justice

Photo courtesy of un.org Thursday, February 20th is World Day of Social Justice. We’re shining the spotlight on a few of our members who fight barriers impeding social justice around the globe and work to promote peaceful and prosperous co-existences. Click on...

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