2019

The Last NetSquared Event of 2019

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November is a big month for nonprofits — it's their last moment to prepare before the year-end fundraising push. So I recommend that NetSquared organizers schedule their next event before #GivingTuesday (on December 3 this year) which allows them to take advantage of the buzz, making event promotion easier!

Need help? Use the Giving Tuesday event recipe.

#SFTech4Good — Oct. 30th: Blockchain for Good and Nov. 12th: CX for Social Impact

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Wednesday, October 30th
Blockchain for Good
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm PT

Join us on October 30th at Slalom for a panel on Blockchain for Good.

The panel will discuss how blockchain is being used for social change. The discussion will touch: accessibility, negative impact on social impact issues, good and bad aspects of deploying blockchain for good, and policy considerations.

There will also be time for questions.

Moderator: Daisy Ozim, Founder of Resilient Wellness and RSA Research Fellow

Panelists:

  • Kyle Graden, Founder & CEO, WitWay
  • Laksh Gandikota, Solution Architect at Slalom
  • Thom Ivy, Commonwealth Labs, Chief of Staff at Commonwealth Labs
  • Xochitl Cazador, Strategy + Operations executive passionate about Social Impact and Blockchain, Celo

Our Host: Slalom is a modern consulting firm focused on strategy, technology, and business transformation. This event will be proudly co-sponsored by Slalom’s Technology Enablement Practice and Slalom.org in San Francisco. Slalom.org strengthens the communities in which we live and work through positive impact in meaningful ways.

Register or Volunteer

Volunteering is EASY. I'll need help with check-in, keeping refreshments and food stocked and replenished as needed, and a mic runner or two for Q&A.

Also, please help spread the word by giving us a retweet from this link:https://twitter.com/SFTech4Good/status/1184285716471136257! You can also share on Facebook here and LinkedIn here.

NetSquared Organizer Update for August: Preparing Your NetSquared Group for the Fall

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Many of us put our groups on pause for the summer, but now's the perfect time to plan for the fall. September and October are the busiest months on Meetup, so posting a strong trio of events is the best way to grow your local community.

Here's a possible schedule for your group:

September: Social Media Strategy — social media is the most popular topic five years in a row!

October: Google Analytics: Measuring What Matters — tracking conversions is vital for fundraising success.

November: Giving Tuesday: Year-End Fundraising Campaigns — leverage the energy of the global #GivingTuesday campaign, which is on December 3, 2019.

NetSquared Organizer Update for June 2019 – Two Popular Google-Themed Event Ideas

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Almost everyone has Google Analytics installed on their website... but do they know how to use it to track goal conversions, rather than vanity metrics? The Measuring What Matters event template makes it easy to host a workshop.

And once your members understand Google Analytics the next challenge is applying and setting up Google Ad Grants. Help local nonprofits use Google's $10,000/per month donation. It's available in 52+ countries, but most organizations aren't using this free marketing tool.

May Update for NetSquared Organizers

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For many nonprofits it's almost the end of their fiscal year – that's why this month's suggested event is Finance and Accounting for Nonprofits. Quickbooks and other accounting topics are surprisingly popular – every year it's the most attended webinar from TechSoup, with more than a thousand RSVPs. It could be a hit in your city too.

May Updates

#Net2van – June and July #Tech4Good Events for Nonprofits in Vancouver

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Here's your summary of events and opportunities for nonprofits who are tech-curious. And if you're into podcasts subscribe to our feed of presenter recordings.

May 7: Setting Marketing Goals for Your Nonprofit

RSVP for this free event.

Creating a marketing plan for your nonprofit organization will move you from where you are to where you want to be. Learn real tips and trick to starting out right this year with a plan that you can explain to your team and board.

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