Open call for participants to the event ‘Ready, Set... Peace Action!’ that will take place in France from the 15th to the 20th October
We must feel proud of the Catalan fabric of associations and the valuable task they develop day after day to help society and the most vulnerable groups, but is many cases more visibility is needed for their activity.
Many nonprofit organisations are on the social media and use new tools and strategies to improve communication. Live streaming of Catalan human towers on Facebook Live, hashtags that become a trending topic… here we bring to you just a few of them!
For nonprofit organisations, social media can be a space to catch citizens’ attention, connect with the social bases and build up a community. Here we offer you some key elements to secure the commitment from volunteers, using the social media.
The Danish Cancer Society has launched a funny initiative for a serious issue mentioning five popular holiday destinations and reminding travelers to protect themselves against the sun.
Communicating is much more than just sending a message: we define who we are. And doing this well is a challenge that may turn into a strength that can help organisations in their battle for a social and cultural change.
Non-profit organisations need to manage their daily tasks. With these free tools you can delegate tasks and organise yourselves better.
It’s hard to take the time to look back on the work you’ve completed, especially when you are focused on the here and now. If you don’t take stock however it becomes even more difficult to plan for your future.
Graphs, infographics, flyers or tag clouds can help non-profit organizations get their message across more clearly.
Refugee.tv is an online platform launched by an Austrian moviemaker with the support of asylum seekers who wish to explain their personal stories. Thanks to several crowdfunding campaigns, this TV channel provides them with the opportunity to continue with their professional career.
How can organizations learn from bad experiences and report unexpected results without compromising its funding? We have talked with NPC consultant Rosie McLeod about this side of impact assessment (emphasis added).
"Digital has changed everything". In this article posted on the NCVO blog, Karl Wilding offers an insight into the challenges faced by charity leaders in the digital society.
Mònica Guiteras gives an insight into advocacy as a tool to spark a real change and transformation.
How to make our association known? How to awake people’s interest? How to mobilize the social base? We offer 7 key-points that provide an answer to these questions.