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Charities Have “Least Secure Websites” – Report

Staff Reporter, Monday, 28th September 2009 -  According to a new internet security report from the UK Not for Profit organisations have the least secure websites compared to industry and government sector groups with security risks or 'vulnerabilities' for the NFP sector having tripled in just 1

Online Giving Missing Donor Engagement – Peter Hero

Staff Reporter, Monday, 17th August 2009 -  While online giving is the most exciting development in philanthropy, the whole aspect of donor development, cultivation and engagement is missing from online giving, according to philanthropy expert Peter de Courcy Hero.

Infoxchange Introduces Employment Navigator

Staff Reporter, Monday, 3rd August 2009 -  Not for Profit technology provider, Infoxchange is working with the government's Collaborative Internet Innovation Fund and project partners to create an innovative jobs service called Employment Navigator.

Sending an SMS or Twitter – Mobile Potential for Not for Profits

Staff Reporter, Monday, 6th July 2009 -  The last decade has seen a massive increase in the use of mobile phones and it's become the dominant communication device in our lives today. But in the UK, nfpSynergy has found that the charity sector is yet to embrace the technology to its advantag

Video Volunteers On YouTube

Staff Reporter, Monday, 6th July 2009 -  The Internet video phenomenon YouTube has launched a very "21st century" way of doing good in the world online community with a new program called YouTube's Video Volunteers.

US Administration Wants to Find Innovative Not for Profits

Staff Reporter, Monday, 6th July 2009 -  US White House officials are planning to travel across the country to find what President Obama describes as 'the most promising Not for Profits in America' with their cheque book at the ready to spend $US50-million in a new fund to help charities ex

Facebook Charity Follow-up – The Winner

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 9th June 2009 -  In case you are wondering (from our Facebook story in edition 10) a US Children's Hospital is the winner of the retail giant Target's "Bullseye Gives" contest using the online social network Facebook, in which 10 charities vied for votes.

Australian Community Technology Awards

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 28th May 2009 -  Refugee children, the unemployed, disaffected youth, stray dogs and grant applicants are the winners in the 2009 Australian Community Technology Awards.

Reputation Risk Implications of Social Networks

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 28th May 2009 -  According to a US Ethics & Workplace survey, 60 percent of business executives believe they have a right to know how employees portray themselves and their organisations in online social networks.

Fans of Facebook Choose Deserving Charities

Staff Reporter, Monday, 25th May 2009 -  A US retailing giant is urging the online community to use the social networking tool Facebook to help it decide how much money goes to a list of its favourite charities.
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