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Webinars, video tutorials, books etc for the charity world.
An Australian searchable database with ideas, articles, templates etc. for community organisations.
Links to articles re NFP service evaluation. Check out the cartoon that cleverly illustrates the ‘disconnect’ that often materialises between what service leaders, service users, and funders expect from a project.http://emailfuture.com
Email Future can send your emails up to 10 years in the future. Make up a list of goals you'd like to accomplish over the next five years and arrange to have that emailed to you at the end of that time, so you can check up on yourself!
Tweriod is a free Twitter tool that analyses both your tweets and your followers' tweets so you can know when it is the best time to reach others.
AskShareGive is a NZ online community where people share their time, skills, transport, and old or unused goods. It’s free to join and no money changes hands on the site.
re.vu enables you to transform your LinkedIn profile into a free visual profile. If you want to see a couple of examples, go to http://re.vu/heathermansfield or http://re.vu/mikeharding. http://dogoodjobs.co.nz
The site is aimed at “passionate, talented, ‘do-gooders’ with job vacancies at organisations working to create social and environmental change.”. You can advertise vacancies on this site from $35 for a month.
Not a website but a YouTube clip about creating mission statements. It features Dan Heath, co–author of this month’s recommended read. The clip tells you what to avoid in creating a mission statement, and the two most important things to include.