Saturday, December 31, 2016
Friday, December 30, 2016
Thursday, December 29, 2016
Here you go folks. 7 Drawings to explain your Christmas. Enjoy...https://t.co/Qmukmmk3qe— chaz hutton (@chazhutton) December 22, 2016
Today's Comic: Battery Anxiety. pic.twitter.com/F6lRt5t4vD— chaz hutton (@chazhutton) December 16, 2016
Wednesday, December 28, 2016
- How to Avoid Fundraising's Quiet Killer: Donor Attrition, January 4
- Nonprofit Boards & Effective Governance, January 11
- Philanthropy Blueprint 2017, January 12
- Mastering the Needs Section of Your Grant Proposal, January 25
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
- 53.5 cents per mile for business miles driven, down from 54 cents for 2016
- 17 cents per mile driven for medical or moving purposes, down from 19 cents for 2016
- 14 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations
Monday, December 26, 2016
Sunday, December 25, 2016
Saturday, December 24, 2016
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Confirmed: Jason Pugh Gone From 4 - 12/14 - NewsBlues confirms a rumbling that DCRTV first reported yesterday: Jason Pugh (right), a reporter and weekend sports anchor for the past four years at NBC-owned Channel 4/WRC, quietly left the station after Sunday's late newscast. His contract was not renewed. The station quickly scrubbed his online bio and Twitter account without explanation. Pugh was hired in December 2012 from WPTV-TV in Palm Beach, Florida, where he had been a sports anchor and features reporter. He landed in DC following the double departure of Lindsay Czarniak and Hakem Dermish to ESPN. WRC's then-primary sports anchor Dan Hellie, now with the Los Angeles-based NFL Network, is also a WPTV alum, NewsBlues notes.....
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Monday, December 19, 2016
Good Council: Outside of weekday business hours, enter the Wilson Bldg using the rear/D St. entrance. After-hours, exit via the Ground Floor pic.twitter.com/nGAVZaQZNo— Council of DC (@councilofdc) December 18, 2016
Sunday, December 18, 2016
Saturday, December 17, 2016
Friday, December 16, 2016
Thursday, December 15, 2016
As Adrienne LaFrance writes,
It's an interactive map that lets you tune into any one of thousands of radio stations all over the world in real time. Exploring the site is both immersive and a bit disorienting—it offers the sense of lurking near Earth as an outsider. In an instant, you can click to any dot on the map and hear what's playing on the radio there, from Miami to Lahore to Berlin to Sulaymaniyah and beyond.
...Radio Garden allows you to travel not just through space, but through time—or at least time zones. So when it's 5:08 a.m. in Nome, Alaska, and the local radio station is playing "Mercy Came Running,"—a song by the Christian trio Phillips, Craig and Dean—it's also 5:08 p.m. in Moscow, where Haddaway's 1993 hit "What Is Love" is on the radio.
At the same time—as in literally at the same time—you might find Bruno Mars's "Grenade" playing in Rome, where it's 3:08 p.m., and Billy Idol's "Dancing With Myself" playing in Honolulu, where it's 4:08 a.m, and The Talking Heads's "Wild Wild Life" playing in Buenos Aires, where it's 11:08 a.m. (That's in addition to all the songs in languages other than English playing everywhere from Ghana to Egypt to Mexico.)
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
What are your wishes for CP22? 1) I'd like CMs to actually be social on social media platforms. 2) I wish CMs wd publish their skeds.— Susie Cambria (@susiecambria) December 14, 2016
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
- Which social media channels are a priority at your organization?
- Social media is ever changing. Who at yr org is responsible for keeping up w/social media changes? How’s it working?
- What would be possible if you could keep up w/ social media changes & incorporate them into your communications?
- How can your org keep up with social media changes? Where can you get the information you need?
While I've created all of these docs, they rely on y'all to update. So take a look and update what you can. The changes will make the lists better for everyone.
Monday, December 12, 2016
Good Council: Due to the construction of the Inaugural grandstand, visitors to JAWB will enter from 13 1/2 or D Street, not Pennsylvania Ave pic.twitter.com/5Ou8scLkjX— Council of DC (@councilofdc) December 11, 2016
Sunday, December 11, 2016
Highlights of the DC version include the DC EITC Campaign, hypothermia season, oversight and budget hearings, Child Abuse Prevention Month, Emancipation Day, Truck Touch, PARK(ing) Day, and the annual candlelight vigil for youth victims of homicide. If I missed something, all you have to do is add it. Be sure your addition is in turquoise and bold.
A super huge thank you to LightBox Collaborative for their heavy lift on the Evergreen Editorial Calendar.
Saturday, December 10, 2016
Friday, December 9, 2016
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
There are several categories of service in addition to the age of the young people being served. Organizations may provide afternoon enrichment programming at DCPS and public charter schools offering summer school, programming at DC Housing Authority sites, and programming in Safer, Stronger DC Community Partnerships Priority Neighborhoods.
No matter which population or site type, organizations are required to meet certain deadlines. These are:
- Wednesday, December 14, 5:00 pm: Notice of Intent to Apply due
- Thursday, December 15 – Monday, December 19: Mandatory online GTA session available
- Wednesday, December 21, 5:00 pm: Questions regarding the RFP or process must be submitted via email, firstname.lastname@example.org. All written questions and responses concerning the RFP will be posted on United Way NCA's website.
- Thursday, January 19, 5:00 pm: Completed proposals due to United Way NCA
- Thursday, February 23: Awards announced via email
Evergreen Editorial Calendar
It's the most wonderful time of the year. The holidays are in full swing, and if you are like me you love the smell of pine in the air. Evergreens are our favorite trees at the LightBox Collaborative, because no matter when, you know what you are getting with an evergreen, and you know that it will be there for you year after year.
So in that spirit, we offer you a new version of our beloved Editorial Calendar: The Evergreen. Rather than tying this one to the specific dates of 2017, we have included the events that happen every year in the same months, so that you can keep using this version in perpetuity.
We think this is an improvement as you now have a version of the calendar you will never have to wait for! We also understand this is a change to a resource that many of you have come to rely on, but we hope you can understand why this change makes sense. At LightBox Collaborative, we pride ourselves on knowing when we are the best team for the job, and when we aren't.
In this case, there are a lot of smart folks doing better work on this than we are. Kivi Leroux Miller of NonprofitMarketingGuide.com offers tons of great editorial calendar resources, including a book of templates and monthly content ideas.
Read the entire blog post for additional calendars and hooks.
And be on the lookout for a DC-specific crowdsourced editorial calendar based on the LightBox Collaborative calendar.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
It's been a long day on the dais so far... We now turn to the Legislative Session at 5:35pm with a fresh cup of coffee. pic.twitter.com/cFsKFWTh4l— Charles Allen (@CharlesAllenW6) December 6, 2016
- Recognizing the limits of designing a service or program primarily for effectiveness and also designing for "spreadability"
- Going beyond identifying a broad group of potential beneficiaries and focusing first on a subgroup most likely to participate
- Developing and resourcing a sales and marketing capability from the outset, right alongside budgeting for program delivery
Monday, December 5, 2016
- Capitol Hill Village
- Cleveland & Woodley Park Village
- Dupont Circle Village
- East Rock Creek Village
- Far SE Senior Village, in development, email@example.com
- Foggy Bottom/West End Village
- Georgetown Village
- Glover Park Village
- Mount Pleasant Village
- Northwest Neighbors Village
- Palisades Village
- Pennsylvania Avenue Village East
- Waterfront Village, in development, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ward 7 Deanwood Village, in development, Terrie@instepseniors.org
- Ward 7 ERFSC KEEN Seniors Program, in development, email@example.com
The DC Office on Aging (DCOA) has $250,000 available in grant funding to support villages and older residents. DCOA is looking to fund three different project types:
- plan and implement membership supports increasing village membership and participation
- start-up a new village in Wards 7 or 8
- support capacity building, technical assistance, and team building to foster cohesion and network resource sharing amongst established villages and those interested in forming villages
January 6, 2017 is the deadline for submission. A Pre-Application Conference is scheduled for December 9.
Sunday, December 4, 2016
COUNCIL CHAIRMAN MENDELSON TO HOLD LEGISLATIVE MEDIA BRIEFING
Council Chairman Phil Mendelson will hold a Media Briefing to preview the Council's upcoming Legislative Meeting.
Monday, December 5, 2016
John A. Wilson Building, Room 412, 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20004
Chairman Mendelson will hold a media briefing to discuss major actions to be taken at the Council's Legislative meeting on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. or immediately following the Additional Committee of the Whole.
Additional information is available by contacting Lindsey Walton, (202) 724-8140, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unable to make it to the Wilson Building? Watch the briefing streaming live on the council website.
Saturday, December 3, 2016
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