Madison Nonprofit Day has been Postponed
It's with regret, that we inform you that the 2012 Madison Nonprofit Day has been postponed until next year. We sincerely apologize; we recognize that the day provides myriad educational and networking opportunity for nonprofit staff, professionals, volunteers, and community members.
If you want to join us in making sure that the 2013 Madison Nonprofit Day happens, then join the Steering Committee.
DreamBikes - Madison on the cover of Madison Magazine! Congrats! Can’t wait to read.Source: Facebook
So Obama did something AMAZING this week. You know, besides being the president thing. Reshared via Our Lives MagazineSource: Facebook
Ride the Drive coming up June 3. Thanks to MSCR-Madison School & Community Recreation for sharing and Ride the Drive for the great photo album. Some great pictures folks.
Clint Thayer, one of the excellent photographers who volunteered their time for last year’s Madison Nonprofit Day Stories: Photo Exhibit, just posted this great collection of portraits. Look at those eyes. Check out the entire album.Source: Facebook
2011 is the inaugural year of Wisconsin Science Festival is based in Madison, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Science Festival celebrates curiosity and creativity; it helps build a community of people committed to sharing in the enterprise of science as exploring the unknown.
Wisconsin is a state with a history of science and technology innovation. In Madison… Source: Wisconsin Science Festival
The Alliant Energy Foundation contributed $70,975 to 33 organizations in the Madison area in the second of three grant cycles in 2011. The grants ranged from $500 to $5,000 and were given to help fund a variety of community-based initiatives and projects.
MADISON, Wis. – September 15, 2011 – The Alliant Energy Foundation contributed $70,975… Source: Wisconsin Business
Will and Jenny Hsu, of Minneapolis, pledged to give $1 to the Great People Scholarship for every new person to follow UW-Madison or the Wisconsin Alumni Association on Facebook or Twitter—up to $50,000.
A family of UW-Madison boosters have come up with a novel way to give scholarship money while also increasing support for the… Source: Madison.com
In the streets of Verona another brawl breaks out between the servants of the feuding noble families of Capulet and Montague. Romeo, the son of Montague, falls in love with Juliet, the daughter of Capulet. Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written early in the career of playwright William Shakespeare about two young “star-cross’d lovers”…
In this interactive session, I will walk through examples of building mobile applications using phone and SMS interfaces. I’ll demonstrate how you can build mobile applications that reach anyone - regardless of the “smartness” of their phone - using simple web service calls. The session will include demonstrations of existing applications such as SMSMyBus and…
Stories is an exhibit focused on providing a visual expression of the many great things that nonprofits contribute to Madison. It is both group representation and individual artistic expression. The Goodman Community Center is showcasing photos of their projects, programs, staff at work, and the community they serve. Stop by the Goodman Community Center to…
Recent Tweets From & About Madison Nonprofit Day
RT @nonprofit_tech: NEWS: MadTech News— Events, Resources & Information for Madison's Nonprofit Community. 1st issue Today: http://t.co/EAyHxBV Sign-up by 11am nonprofitday… on Sep 08, 2011 at 04:07am: