A recently launched Web site is billing itself as the YouTube for nonprofits. World Flix, a 501(c)(3) public-benefit corporation, empowers activists from across the world to bring attention to global issues through video.
SANTA CRUZ, August 26, 2009, Mercury News — A new Internet-based nonprofit that offers video portals into some of the world's poorest communities aims to make educated philanthropy as easy as a click.
SANTA CRUZ, August 26, 2009 — A new Internet-based nonprofit that offers video portals into some of the world's poorest communities aims to make educated philanthropy as easy as a click.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 28, 2009 — One third of Bay Area nonprofits are concerned they may cease operations within the next year, according to United Way of the Bay Area’s 2009 Nonprofit Pulse Survey. Correspondingly, 34% report they have two or fewer months of operating expenses in reserves.
As Lisa Szarkowski from U.S. Fund for UNICEF states in this week’s Strategy Session, there are many ways celebrities can support your organization. And celebrity can be defined in a variety of ways. For Soroptimist International of Santa Cruz, a local chapter of an organization devoted to improving the lives of women and girls, the celebrities at its celebrity-waiter fundraising dinner are high-profile members of its community. The organization has held the dinner since 1991. Each year the event has raised greater funds and support from the community and has required less and less work on the part of the organization. A case study on the