On June 1-2, 2013, Burlington hosted its first-ever "Day of Civic Hacking," part of a national event that saw 83 cities host events involving thousands of people. The challenge? Develop digital tools to help make government and non-profits work better. And, have fun, of course! #hackforchange
NetSquared's Burlington organizer Amanda Levinson was there tweeting, photographing and participating.
This post was originally published on TechSoup Canada and is written by Kristen Scott.
Your nonprofit’s email newsletter is one of the most important and direct methods of communication you have with your supporters. But how much time do you spend thinking about how to create a really great newsletter experience for your readers?
Video is taking over the internet. Fast. Nonprofits need to get in front of this trend now. Video can be complicated and expensive, but it doesn't have to be. This week Net Tuesday Vancouver invited three guests to share their tips for creating visually striking videos on a nonprofit budget.
NetSquared Abbotsford organized "An Introduction to Crowdfunding for Nonprofits. Myths, Models, best practices and examples" on April 16. It was their second event, and was so successful that they've run out of room and are now moving to a bigger venue!
Presenter Bret Conkin reviewed the various models of crowdfunding and reviewed his 10 tips for success.