Fall has arrived! And so has our October conference schedule.
There was so much great content being shared this week across the blogosphere for nonprofit campaigners. Check out our blog picks of the week. And feel free to tell us your favorite blog posts from this past week in the comments section.
There are conferences, and then there are e-conferences...and unconferences... and summits... conventions... forums... expos... banquets... dinners... galas... meetings... daycamp... bootcamp... rootscamp -- add these to the alphabet soup of acronyms and you've got a recipe for confusion! The truth is, there are just so many great conferences and events out there for nonprofits that it can be difficult to keep track of them all, much less to know which ones are worth attending.
The holiday season comes only once a year, but in spite of political setbacks the progressive community must have been extra nice, because NOI’s RootsCamp is set to arrive for a second time!
The 2010 PDF (Personal Democracy Forum) conference was the place to be for nonprofit and political campaigners last week in NYC. With movers and shakers ranging from Clay Shirky to Arianna Huffington, campaigners heard first-hand what strategies they should be focusing on in their online advocacy, fundraising and social media engagement. Couldn’t attend the conference or all the sessions you wanted? Check out some of the key take-aways of PDF by some of our favorite nonprofit experts.
The nonprofit and political campaign world has cooked up several thought-provoking panels for the 2010 SXSW Interactive Festival. Don't worry, you won't have to sift through over 2200 entries on every interactive topic under the sun to find the the top-notch nonprofit/political based panels because Frogloop did it for you. Take a look at the list below. Vote for the one’s that you would like to see at SXSW.