Happy 2015! OK, OK, I’m a little late, I know. But this is the first edition of Mixed Links for the new year, so let’s dive right in, shall we?
Kivi and I finalized travel plans for our trip to Austin for the Nonprofit Technology Conference in March. Regular registration continues until February 2nd, then prices go up again. We hope to meet you there!
This month’s edition of the #NPCommPix Photo Challenge is in full swing. Dawn Crawford, our partner in hosting this challenge, posted this profile of one of the participants – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Prince George. Interested in participating? Jump right in! There is no need to catch up. Learn more about this fun way to show off your nonprofit.
It’s also time for the 2015 DoGooder National Video Awards. Submissions will be accepted until February 8, 2015 in the following categories: Best Nonprofit Video Award, ImpactX Award (honoring video that had a real, on-the-ground impact), and Funny for Good Award (for those creators who are doing good with a sense of humor).
Gail Perry is hosting a webinar on January 13th -RoadMap to Fundraising Success in 2015: for Board Members, CEOs and Development Staff. Registration is only $9.
Interested in reading some fiction that could also possibly pass as work? Check out Elizabeth Russell’s new mystery novel, Other People’s Money, set in the charitable foundation world in Atlanta.
Nancy Schwartz asks One Week into 2015 – Where Are You Headed? Find out if you’ve made a resolution that will be too hard to keep regarding your marketing and fundraising goals.
Hubspot has posted a slide deck on How to Craft Perfect Posts for Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter.
Beth Kanter is hosting this month’s edition of the Nonprofit Blog Carnival. The theme is online personal productivity and submissions are due January 26th.
January 15: Where Are My People? How to Find Your Audience on Social Networks ($75 or free with an All-Access Pass)
January 20: Writing a Fabulous Case for Support, Part 1 ($99 or free with an All-Access Pass)
January 21: Writing a Fabulous Case for Support, Part 2 (Attend Part 1 and Part 2 for $199)
Or you can attend the full Writing a Fabulous Case for Support E-Clinic. You’ll be registered for both webinars in addition to receiving one-on-one coaching on your case statement resources. ($449)