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Next in Nonprofits interviews nonprofit leaders and service providers to keep you up to date with the best ideas in social good. Learn more at nextinnonprofits.com/podcast

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Next in Nonprofits interviews nonprofit leaders and service providers to keep you up to date with the best ideas in social good. Learn more at nextinnonprofits.com/podcast

    #StopHateForProfit and Facebook with Megan Anhalt

    #StopHateForProfit and Facebook with Megan Anhalt

    Megan Anhalt is the Chief Strategy Officer and COO of Whole Whale, "a B Corp digital agency that leverages data and tech to increase the impact of social impact organizations."


    Megan joins host Steve Boland to talk about the #StopHateForProfit campaign, sponsored by groups such as ADL, NAACP, Color of Change and more. The sponsoring groups are urging for-profit companies to "pause" all advertising spending on Facebook, hoping the platform will make changes to "stop generating ad revenue from misinformation and harmful content."


    The campaign is targeted at for-profit companies, but the nonprofit sector has a lot consider about the problems with Facebook, the future of using that tool, and understanding all their other options to reach potential supporters, engage donors and more. Megan talks about how Whole Whale engages clients in evaluating what is right for them work, mission, and future given these concerns.
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    • 40 min
    Video for nonprofits with Doug Scott

    Video for nonprofits with Doug Scott

    Doug Scott is the Founder and CEO of Tectonic Video, which believes "Video is the future, and nonprofits need to quickly adapt to this new reality."

    Doug joins host Steve Boland to talk about logical steps in video production and measurement for nonprofits. When to use the camera in your phone, when to hire a professional, and how to think about video as both a tool for expanding support for your work as well as a mission-accomplishing tactic.

    • 48 min
    The post-Coronavirus future with Vanessa Wakeman

    The post-Coronavirus future with Vanessa Wakeman

    Vanessa Wakeman is a Nonprofit Futurist, speaker, and CEO of the Wakeman Agency, "a social change agency that helps amplify the voices of mission-driven causes and the people that lead them."

    Vanessa joins host Steve Boland to talk about what we changes may echo into the longer-term future as a result of the pandemic. Charities should consider faster responses with more remote actions, building audiences regardless of geography, more equitable financial support to leaders of color in the sector, and much more!

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    • 44 min
    FunFunding with Corey Harnish

    FunFunding with Corey Harnish

    Corey Harnish is a Partner at FunFunding, an "online games platform (which) enables our users to support causes they choose through prizes provided by corporate sponsors."


    Corey joins host Steve Boland to talk about the FunFunding platform, how it works, sponsorship, connections with players and the pathway to supporters, the impact of gamification as a tool on engagement, and much more! Listeners may also wish to review the episode on Virtue Reality to learn about building custom games (vs. using existing games which don't require installation.)
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    • 40 min
    #GivingTuesday and New Power with Henry Timms

    #GivingTuesday and New Power with Henry Timms

    Henry Timms is the CEO of the 92nd Street Y, which "promotes individual and family development and participation in civic life within the context of Jewish values and American pluralism." Henry founded #GivingTuesday in 2012, a growing global day of giving, and has continued to evolve the ideas and values of #GivingTuesday through a new book co-authored with Jeremy Heimans, New Power. The book - and much of the values behind #GivingTuesday - emphasize a new paradigm of decentralized, shared power, and how movement building can supplant old ideas of centralized control.
    Henry talks about the intentional "open sourcing" of #GivingTuesday, how the New Power values add to donor/supporter agency - changing a perhaps more passive role to a more active one. Charities and movements which show a willingness to evolve business models based on a shared (and therefore improved) power dynamic have new opportunities with new tools. Take the New Power Quiz and share your thoughts in your favorite New Power space (Twitter, Facebook, or anywhere else).

    • 42 min
    Coronavirus relief programs with Jeff Baker

    Coronavirus relief programs with Jeff Baker

    Jeff Baker is Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Assistant Dean of Clinical Education & Global Programs at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law, and Director of the Community Justice Clinic.

    Jeff joins host Steve Boland to discuss the federal government response to the Coronavirus economic impact, and in particular the relief programs funded in the CARES Act: The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program. Nonprofits organizations are eligible to apply in both programs, and Jeff discusses what we know of the programs so far, and what nonprofits should consider in applying for these loans, what is forgivable (essentially converting to grants) and what needs to be repaid. As of this recording (April 21, 2020) additional funding was still pending in the Congress, but PPP funds had already been oversubscribed.

    The Community Justice Clinic has resources available, as does the National Council of Nonprofits. All charities are urged to stay in contact with their representation in Congress, telling them how relief efforts to date are impacting your mission.

    • 46 min

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11 Ratings

Interview Valet ,

Entertaining, engaging, and actionable

Just listen to the interview with Vanessa and it caused me to start binging on past interviews. Well done

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Informative podcast!

A must listen for for anyone involved in nonprofits.

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Awesome insights!

Incredibly useful and informative podcast with excellent guests! Great takeaways from every episode.

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