Happy Holidays From The Blue Sky Collaborative Peer To Peer Fundraising Team

Happy Holidays everyone. The team at Blue Sky Collaborative is very grateful for the opportunity to work with you all in 2017.  The best part of our job is knowing that our peer to peer fundraising sites play a small role in some significant societal impact.  Because...
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Top Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Software Features For Volunteers

All substantial Peer-to-Peer fundraising campaigns and events depend on a corps of dedicated volunteers.  Accountable volunteers can help boost fundraising by 10-30%.  The challenge is setting up your volunteers for success with your software.  Your peer to peer...
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Why Choosing A Great Cover Image For Your Peer to Peer Fundraising Event Is Essential

What does your cover image say? "I want to participate in this event! I want to raise money for this cause! I want to make a donation!" If the home page cover image on your fundraising event website doesn’t inspire those reactions right away, you might want to think...
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Peer to Peer Fundraising by Celebrities

JJ Watt?!?! Peer to Peer Fundraiser Extraordinaire. Houston Texans defensive end, J.J. Watt's peer to peer fundraising campaign raised over $37 million for Hurricane Harvey relief.  Proving once again, that @JJWatt can do anything he sets his mind to...except beat the...
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Second Skypecast on Online Fundraising

We're on again on 5/25/06 for our second skypecast on online fundraising. We're making some changes after the first skypecast that will hopefully make the call even more useful to directors and development staff. It's a work in progress but i'm hoping this skypecast...

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Results of first Skypecast

We hosted our first Skypecast today.  On a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best), I give the whole experience a 6.  What is a Skypecast? Skype users can create public "conversations"/conferences on any topic.  Other Skype users can join the...

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Do-It-Yourself Event Planning in Boston

One if by land, two if by sea, three if by broadband.  People planning events in and around Boston can rejoice and look to the North Church tower for that lantern to light three times.  the menu is coming...this summer. My sincerest apologies to H.W....

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Squidoo Lenses and Nonprofits

A couple of folks have asked for my take on Seth Godin's Squidoo project.  Apparently there's been some flap on how nonprofits use or choose not to use Squidoo. Before I get into that can I just say that the term "guru" is officially the most overused...

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Social Networking Software for Alumni

It's been a while since my last post.  Me and some other folks  have been huddled up in cave furiously working on new products.  So pardon me if I'm squinting from the light.  But I guess one doesn't have to see that well to toot their own...

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Silent Auction Bid Sheet Templates

Download and edit these templates of Silent Auction Bid Sheets Silent Auction Item Bid Sheet in Microsoft Word or PDF Format These are simple, no-frills docs that can get you started with creating bid sheets.  Spruce them up but keep them relatively...

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Search for your cause

Raise money for your charity by using Goodsearch. Goodsearch is a search engine that donates a portion of its ad revenues to a charity designated by the user Why should Google have all the ad revenue?  Goodsearch is powered by Yahoo search.  Personally, I...

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Should nonprofits have blogs?

Recently, a couple of nonprofit executives have asked me if their organization should have a blog.   I usually point them here: This is a well thought-out opinion based on personal experience written by a nonprofit CEO. ...

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