Northern California’s Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Tuesday - March 28
The latest local Bay Area/San Jose/Sacramento area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Going Live shortly . . . . "Untangling the spaghetti" between #nonprofit accounting & #nonprofit fundraising teams!! @yptcllc Director Deanna Peterson has the tips & tricks that work!
12:30pm Eastern 11:30 am Central 9:30 Pacific
Watch live!: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83489641833
Today we celebrate Mary Glide (right), the great-great-granddaughter of Lizzie Glide, who began GLIDE in 1929. In 2010 Mary started Glide Kids, giving children an opportunity to experience community through storytelling on the 1st and 3rd Sundays (during the 11am Celebration).
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It's never too late to volunteer! Nonprofits need volunteers to help with nonprofit food distribution and other critical services. #SiliconValleyStrong
Submit an application through SV Strong to be matched where there is a high need for support: https://siliconvalleystrong.org/volunteer/
“Are we building the kind of organizations and systems that will ensure that the future will be just, sustainable, and prosperous for all?” Kriss Deiglmeier @splunk urges the social impact sector to focus on the future—not the past—when it comes to data. https://ssir.org/articles/entry/seize_the_future_by_harnessing_the_power_of_data
“Green market-shaping efforts tend to turn too quickly (or too narrowly) to big policy interventions.” @DaiEllis & @OliverSabot suggest that creative finance interventions and aggressive “quarterbacking” can propel green market-shaping efforts. https://ssir.org/articles/entry/the_missing_tool_in_the_climate_fight
Small victories in the march towards justice. We walk with all who continue to seek safety, equal employment and access to vital health care.
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