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Social Media for Non-Profits

A place to post links to social media & web services that can be used by non-profits.

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The Three Little Kids

Started by Edmund B*Wak Comfort Jun 17, 2013. 0 Replies

The Three Little Kids is a Hip Hop Cultural awareness play which is designed to self-empower our community by coursing the residents through a rite of passage. The production ensemble will journey…Continue

Email Marketing & Newsletters up to 500 contacts free

Started by David Gafron Savage Jun 7, 2010. 0 Replies

http://www.mailchimp.com/ offers free html newsletters and mailing list management for up to 500 contacts. (500-1,000 is $15, 1,001-2,500 is $30, etc.) There…Continue

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on September 26, 2014 at 2:36am

Mental Health Services Has Increased Under ACA. Open Enrollment Starts 11/15/14. Learn about the various programs and services that will be available under the Marketplace providers.Help your clients to help themselves.

Comment by N'Zinga Shani on September 22, 2014 at 1:49pm

Watch on CTV, Comcast Channel 26 & on AT&T (Ch 99) at 8pm on Sept. 22, 2014 - Primary Health Care for Hispanic Americans

Comment by N'Zinga Shani on September 15, 2014 at 1:34pm

OneWorld's Education Agenda TV Program.

How should our public education dollars be spent?

Hear from the president of the CT Parent Union

Also hear from parents whose children are attending NHPS about the importance of parental involvement, and the importance of all neighborhood schools being of high quality: 

Watch on CTV, Comcast Channel 26, at 8pm on Sept. 15, 2014

http://youtu.be/M-RQ33FPZDk

Comment by N'Zinga Shani on September 12, 2014 at 6:34pm
Comment by N'Zinga Shani on June 22, 2014 at 12:55am

COLLUSION AFOOT AGAINST HEALTH CARE CONSUMERS - PROTEST THIS
http://oneworldpi.org/blog/archives/2046
What is going on in Connecticut around access to and the costs of health care is an abomination. We the People must get involved. Yale Facilities fees and 12.5% rate increase request are ways to circumvent the benefits of the ACA. We MUST PROTEST THIS!

 

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Neighborhoods: What is Working

Let’s Measure What Matters to Well-Being

Changing the way we measure and manage our progress should be focused on a well-being-bottom-line going beyond the current short-term focus on GDP and quarterly profits. After all, life is more than simply making money. It’s about living a life of purpose and meaning; feeling a sense of flourishing, joy and hope.

Measuring What Matters

Pioneering economist Mark Anielski outlines the pitfalls of relying on gross domestic product (GDP) as a measure of societal wealth. Instead, we need to measure the things that matter most to us to really understand how we're doing.

Conscious Simplicity

Today's world requires far more than crude or cosmetic changes in our manner of living. Simplicity is not an alternative lifestyle for a marginal few, but rather a creative choice for the mainstream majority to change our overall levels and patterns of living and consuming.

Open Street Project

Using Temporary Signage to Increase Attendance

Before the most recent Sunday Streets Missoula, organizers tried something new: they decided to put up temporary signs around the city with information about the upcoming event. The idea was simple: the signs would both help participants find their way to certain parts of the Sunday Streets route, and also remind people that Sunday Streets [...]

Apply to Host the 2015 Open Streets Summit in your Town

The Alliance for Biking & Walking is requesting proposals to host the 2015 Open Streets Summit. The Open Streets Summit is the only North American conference devoted exclusively to growing Open Streets. The 2015 event will be the third Summit – the most recent Open Streets Summit was held in Los Angeles in April 2014 [...]

Lessons from Tucson’s Cyclovia

Kylie Walzak is program manager at Living Streets Alliance, a biking and walking advocacy organization in Tucson, AZ. Her organization puts together Cyclovia Tucson, an Open Streets that first occurred in 2010 and has grown from an annual event to drawing 25,000 twice per year. Don’t despair if you don’t have time! Our first event [...]

Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Big data is big news for community development

There are always lots of great ideas to help neighborhoods grow and thrive. But how can foundations, cities and community groups figure out which ideas are really effective? Until recently, the only way to find out was to fund studies that looked at individual neighborhoods or projects — larger studies cost too much for most non-profits. But LISC has been using the power of big data to analyze the effectiveness of its programs without breaking the bank. In What Counts: Harnessing Data for America's Communities, Susana Vasquez, executive director of LISC Chicago, reveals how to get bigger and better data.

Building trust to revive neighborhoods

Amid heightened tensions between police and residents in recent months, it would be easy to overlook places where collaborative, community-based policing has been a positive force for change. A new article from IMG's Pop City shifts that focus. It looks at communities where neighborhood groups and law enforcement are working together to eliminate blight and attract investment as part of broader efforts to address crime. By building trust, sharing expertise and pooling resources, these long-term relationships are helping make troubled neighborhoods safer and healthier.

A town renewed

In the nearly two decades since Rural LISC partnered with local community developers in Tamaqua, the former coal town in eastern Pennsylvania has undergone a metamorphosis. Once boarded up and blighted, Tamaqua is now proud home to a vibrant downtown, a cultural center that has become a regional arts mecca, and a revived industrial park that employs 500 local workers. And the formerly derelict train station has been transformed into a showstopper of architectural renovation that houses a restaurant and tourist center.

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