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In the spirit of the $12,107.09 startup, check out how some folks started FROG, an organization to help Guyana (no relation to me), on the very cheap. It includes a great list of free/cheap apps to use. Lots to admire and learn here.
June 16, 2007 in Entre/intra-preneurship | Permalink
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My company offers free use of our Contact Beacon tool for all qualifying NFPs. We look to help those who are helping communities. Check out nfp.contactbeacon.com for further information. We are happy to help.
Tom B |
Jun 18, 2007 11:14:26 AM
Their article is a really valuable roundup of resources, NFP or not. Seeing them all in one place like that really gives you a sense of just how many resources are out there to help people. This is the kind of thing we were promised back when the computer began to become personal: we were promised empowerment.
Here are the tools; let's see what we can build with them.
Jun 16, 2007 11:37:08 PM
NFP? With so little to set one up I wonder if the larger organizations will suffer a loss in pledges. I've heard that the pie remains relatively steady which would mean that new NFP's would have to cut into the existing ones.
Jeff Barson |
Jun 16, 2007 1:56:12 PM
Thanks for the linky love, your post definitely inspired the article.
Jun 16, 2007 1:30:16 PM
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