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What the Transfer of Wealth Study Means for Your Nonprofit

Recently, CTK hosted its monthly Food With Thought Luncheon which provides professional development opportunities to Austin-area nonprofits by bringing in thought leaders and nonprofit professionals to present on various nonprofit topics. The latest presenters were MariBen Ramsey and Robin Bradford from the Austin Community Foundation, who discussed …

Harness the Power of the Smartphone for Your Nonprofit

With the buzz surrounding the recent Apple Event and the announcement of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the iWatch, nonprofit professionals are already speculating how these new mobile and wearable devices will affect the way organizations can operate more efficiently. As a nonprofit professional in this fast-paced, technology-driven society, your …

Creating a Stronger Ice Bucket Challenge Campaign

In one of our recent blog posts, we discussed several key points that made the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge a successful campaign. With the incredible amount of donations received, the virality it gained through social media, and the immense support and participation by celebrities, the ALS Ice Bucket challenge showed nonprofits that even the simplest ideas …

Breaking Down the Silo Mentality in Nonprofit Organizations

For years, businesses have had to deal with the silo mentality consuming their organizations. Unfortunately, we’re still having this problem today. So how do you combat this with your nonprofit? What is a Silo Mentality? According to the Business Dictionary, a Silo Mindset is defined as, “A mindset present when certain departments or sectors do …

Arts and Culture Grants Round-Up

Arts and culture nonprofits offer a variety of services and programs that support the performing arts, preserve important historical events, places and objects, and in general, expose the public to the beauty of creative expression. From symphonies to plays to art and history museums, Arts and Culture nonprofits play a significant role in serving individuals …

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