Welcome to another round of Mixed Links…
Next week is National Volunteer Week and the Nonprofit Toolkit has a graphic you can download to show your appreciation.
Wild Apricot also has some National Volunteer Week resources for you.
April’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival, hosted by Craig Linton, is dedicated to a great resource for nonprofits – SOFII.
If you work with youth, you might want to check out the Family & Youth Services Bureau’s new online course for how to construct and manage a successful education plan.
Any “Dancing with the Stars” fans out there? How about “Dancing with Program Officers” and 5 other nonprofit-themed reality TV shows we need?
John Haydon has 7 Deceptively Simple Ways to Promote a Fundraiser on Facebook.
Worried about how you are going to capture millennial donors? Jeff Brooks “encourages” you to think even younger in Generation Wah: The Next Game-Changer of Fundraising. As Brooks says, this generation is primed to give as “They are highly emotional — they spend more time per day weeping and crying than any other demographic group!”
Pam Grow’s What’s in My Inbox features the National Wildlife Federation (h/t Kerri Karvetski)
While the weather is warming up here, winter is still coming to Westeros this Sunday. I’m ready too, Jon Snow!