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INK Consulting’s mission is to help nonprofit organizations realize the potential of all relationships. INK combines hands-on experience, strategic thinking and a healthy view of the big picture to help nonprofits create an organizational culture of concentrating on what really drives mission success: relationships.

Resources for Social Good

I have a list of links on my blog page, broken down by category, but here is another view of them. These resources are all tremendous for the nonprofit world and for creating social good, so check ’em all out. They have the INK seal of approval.

Social Good News

 

Resources for Social Good

  • A. Fine Blog Social media and social change
  • Amy Sample Ward Supporting and educating organizations and changemakers in the use of evolving technologies that cultivate and engage communities
  • Beth Kanter How networked nonprofits leverage networks and data for social change
  • Big Duck Blog Smart communications for nonprofits
  • Frogloop A nonprofit marketing blog from Care2
  • Get What You Give Funraising Success Magazine’s Managing Editor, Joe Boland, writes about fundraising and philanthropy tips.
  • Getting Attention Helping nonprofits succeed through effective marketing
  • Katya’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog A top-notch blog on nonprofit marketing, fundraising, social media and doing good.
  • Kivi’s Nonprofit Communications Blog Keep your nonprofit’s communications up-to-date with great tips from Kivi.
  • Nonprofit Charitable Orgs Guide A collection of helpful info on all things nonprofit from Joanne Fritz
  • Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Heather Mansfield has extraordinary tips for nonprofit organizations to utilize the Internet as a tool for social good
  • OrangeBoy OrangeBoy helps nonprofits (and other organizations) gain a deeper insight into their customers
  • Outrageous Hope Published by Margaret Battistelli, Editor-in-Chief at Fundraising Success Magazine: The Fundraiser’s Source for Multichannel Strategy and Integration Techniques
  • Philanthropy 2173 Lucy Bernholz is extremely knowledgable and insightful about all things philanthropy
  • PhilanTopic A blog of opinion and commentary from the Philanthropy News Digest
  • Rosetta Thurman The industry leader on all things blogging and social media in the nonprofit space
  • Social Velocity Innovative thinking from Nell Edgington to help nonprofits prosper

 

Inspiration for Social Good

 

Great Blogs by Nonprofits

  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Blog The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation operates on the belief that every person deserves the chance to live a healthy, productive life. Their blog, Impatient Optimists, explores many issues and potential solutions to the greatest global needs
  • Goodwill Blog Goodwill works to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families by strengthening communities, eliminating barriers to opportunity, and helping people in need reach their full potential through learning and the power of work
  • Healthy Child Healthy World Blog Healthy Child Healthy World ignites the movement that empowers parents to protect children from harmful chemicals
  • KaBoom Blog KaBoom’s mission is to create great playspaces through the participation and leadership of communities
  • The Case Foundation Blog The Case Foundation is focused on expanding giving, promoting everyday philanthropy, deepening civic engagement, and broadening the use of new technologies to make giving more informed, efficient, and effective
  • The Nature Conservancy Blog The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends
  • The United Nations Foundation The United Nations Foundation is an advocate for the UN and a platform for connecting people, ideas and resources to help the United Nations solve global problems. We build partnerships, grow constituencies, mobilize resources and advocate policy changes
  • United Way Worldwide Blog United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good

 

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