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Beth Palm, Director of Social Enterprise for EMERGE community development joins host Steve Boland on the podcast to talk entrepreneurship and social enterprise.
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Robert Van Tuyl, Chief Innovation Officer for Easter Seals Bay Area, talks about the Salesforce.com Health Cloud implementation for their clients on the pocast.
GiveMN is changing now asking donors to contribute the costs of their processing fee, and is using a portion of those fees to begin to cover some of their own costs.
David Bollier shares his thoughts on his recent post, Progressive Philanthropy Needs to Spur System Change, and talks about how the work of the commons impacts philanthropy.
Technical problems with Give Local America Day 2016 prompt an examination of strategies to be responsive and flexible and responsive for charities.
A short introduction to the Nonprofit Quarterly article on nonprofit infrastructure, see link in the show notes and please comment!
Kayla Crane of Helpfreely joins host Steve Boland to talk about encouraging more support for charities using online shopping sites and contributors.
MinnPost publisher Andy Wallmeyer joins host Steve Boland to talk about individual community support in nonprofit media, including the MinnRoast event.
Nonprofit attorney and owner of Birken Law, Jess Birken joins the podcast to talk about issues related to social enterprise, including UBIT, corporations, and more.
Warren Hanson, CEO and President of the Greater Minnesota Housing Corporation, joins the podcast to talk about the creation and growth of the Minnesota Equity Fund.