Category Archives: Technical Assistance

Impossible in theory, possible in practice

A fascinating interview Anasuya Sengupta by Nonprofit Quarterly about the giving, global reach and messiness of democratic practice of the Wikimedia Foundation this week. “At some point, executive editor of Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly, said that Wikipedia was impossible in … Continue reading

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Blog Roll: online resources advancing our type of philanthropy

In the final days of June, CIN hosted our first For Us/By Us conference call along with our colleagues at the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training, aka GIFT. They are also the producers of the phenomenal magazine, the Grassroots Fundraising … Continue reading

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Ideas for Member Contributions

As we increase CIN’s online presence and harness this Web 2.0 for ourselves, here are a few writers’ prompts to elicit writings fitting for a blog driven by member contributions: Submit stories and updates about your giving circle, the feats … Continue reading

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