Friends for Funding

Camille Forlano

The biggest takeaway for me from this class is the need for transparency in our content. People have a hard time arguing honesty, and it is also an attribute we not only look for in people,  but in organizations. Organizations which exercise transparency in all aspects of their cause are more likely to collect good partnerships and network with quality organizations that will further their outreach. This is especially important when looking for funds. Not only for an organization, but looking for funds personally also involves a level of transparency. For example, grant writing involves a level of transparency, in that the donor is looking for a story that they can understand and want to help.

The Networked Nonprofit shares a lot of similar information with Content Strategy for the Web but fills in the gap of information for where to find cost effective funding tactics. One of the first…

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