Inspiring People You Care About @ Carnival

This week’s Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is live at Sea Change Strategies, with some pleasantly surprising responses to Mark’s question about how nonprofits can inspire their audiences. A definite must-read this week. Next week, for April 7, the Carnival returns home here to Nonprofit Communications. It’s early spring here in North Carolina. Yellow bells and…

Carnival: Pull Your Base into Your Organization

Nancy Schwartz has posted this week’s edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants on how you can more fully involve your base of supporters in your organization. She’s highlighted several great examples of how nonprofits are doing just that through a variety of means, including several creative campaigns that you should consider borrowing and remaking…

This Week’s Carnival at Solidariti; Need Green for 17th

The Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants for this week is now up at Solidariti. You’ll find some great posts on marketing, technology, fundraising, and more. Priscilla says she received more great entries than she could include (we keep the Carnival to seven posts to increase the likelihood that you’ll have time to read them all). Thanks…

This Week’s Carnival on Professional Development

The Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants is up this week at Bamboo Project. Michele’s theme was personal and professional development, so you’ll find some great posts on how to get more done without driving yourself crazy. Next week the Carnival swings on over to Spare Change where Nedra prefers posts related to nonprofits and marketing (social…

Fundraising, Tech, and More at the Carnival

Priscilla at Solidariti has posted this week’s edition of the Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants, which includes some links to some new contributing bloggers. Check it out. Next week the Carnival visits Heather at Nonprofit Leadership 601. See you there! P.S. Would you like your blog posts highlighted in the weekly carnival? It’s easy to contribute.…