Select an FAQ (8):
|Email Links for NPR (9/9/97) |
E-mail links for National Public Radio public affairs programs.
|How can I plan a communications program for my nonprofits' work? |
A website offers a free tool for careful planning of communications efforts.
|How do volunteers use blogs? (new version available)|
For that matter, what is a blog? Volunteers (and anyone else) can use these personal websites to report experiences, opinions, and interesting finds. For better or worse.
|How much information should be provided to volunteers? (new version available)|
It's important to accomodate a broad range of personal styles among volunteers, but there are still some kinds of information that everyone must have. Some information is always necessary though; here's a list of some things to consider.
|How much leeway should a website editor have? |
A website is an important way of presenting an organization to friends and strangers. When staff and volunteers can't agree on its content, what should be done?
|What are the 10 'Immutable Laws of Fundraising'? |
The act of fundraising is really the art of relationship-building. If development efforts haven't worked in the past, thinking about these laws will help in the formulation of a more realistic fundraising plan.
|What do the news media think about nonprofits? (new version available)|
This study done in the Seattle area includes careful interviews with key informants including editors and publishers.
|What Must We, What Can We Disclose to the Public, Staff, Board and Clients?
A detailed review of the disclosure (and privacy protection) responsibilities of nonprofits.