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Running for Funding

The marathon, once considered a grueling sport open only to elite male athletes, is quickly gaining in popularity among both endurance runners and casual joggers. In fact, the most prominent races are now selling out their spots just hours after opening for registration.

Building an (Almost) Free Nonprofit Website

With tight nonprofit budgets, it is critical to create a top-notch website without breaking the bank. Below, our resident Interactive Services Director, Eduardo Arias gives us 6 tips on building a great nonprofit website while keeping costs down.

Helping Haiti: What Are You Doing?

A full day has passed since devastation was wrought upon Haiti — and it’s a new era of mobilization, engagement, and giving.

The Social Impact Exchange Launches

Collaboration is the name of the game these days, right FLiPs?  Check out this new one — it’s a first-of-its-kind collaboration of philanthropic funders, practitioners, researchers and others designed to make it easier for top-performing social programs to expand widely to communities that need them. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Growth Philanthropy Network and Duke […]

CauseWired Book Party – 10 Free Tickets Available

FLiP invites you to join us on Thursday, November 13th at 6PM in east midtown Manhattan to celebrate the publication of CauseWired: Plugging In, Getting Involved, Changing the World, by Tom Watson. We only have ten (10) free tickets available so please sign up today! The exact location will be emailed to you to confirm your registration. Appetizers […]

FLiPs role in Web 2.0 by Elizabeth Miller

FLiP’s best friend, Elizabeth Miller, is fast becoming our most published author. At this point our editorial conversations go something like this. Will: Write whatever you want. Elizabeth: Okay, I’ll send it to you tomorrow. This time Elizabeth wanted to write about the philanthropic sector can better use social networking and web 2.0 technology. A […]

Worth a read: Charity makes waves with Web word of mouth [CNN]

That the days of pen-and-paper philanthropy are on the wane isn’t news to you, savvy young FLiPs.  But to grasp the full impact of how social networking and the rise of digital-everything is impacting our work…it’s hard to keep up!  That’s why I love when topical, timely articles like this one from Contribute Magazine and […]

A New Conversation for Change

Your Chief FLiP Will Schneider and I were enticed (easily, I might add, by wine and hors d’ourves) to the New York Public Library last Tuesday.  The occasion?  The first of The Contribute Forum Series’ New Conversations for Change, this one focused on Youth & Philanthropy.  Contribute Magazine Founding Editor-in-Chief and News Division SVP Marcia […]