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Transcript: B&M GATES Targets: Ages 20-Dead Those interested in ecologic involvement MISSION AND TARGET AUDIENCE RED NOSE DAY Navigation is very good. Search bar Title text is hard to read Most informational text is too small Images can be distracting. Up to date news is too out of the way Search function could use autocorrect Mission statement: "This site is an homage to the people that once freely roamed the great plains, an introductory resource for those with an interest in knowing more or getting involved. KIVA Pine Ridge has no search feature Image changes, hits emotionally. Navigation HOMEPAGE Thirties on up People involved in Native American affairs Those interested in Native Culture Pine Ridge All dots are clickable Links fairly explanatory Take Action link a bit misleading Informative enough to draw you in. CONTENT Extremely informative homepage LIVESTRONG GASLAND Jordan Hoins NONPROFITS Targets: Videos, articles, news stories, and images Syndicates from other sources, but creates own content based upon facts. Deep content, with enough superficial pieces to keep it fresh. No dedicated mobile site Pine Ridge Long homepage requires scrolling Very intuitive Theme consistant throughout page Content easily accessible Content is not overwhelming Small amount of content, no videos. All content fairly original. Low superficiality, tone is kept serious. All in flash, difficult to work on mobile devices. Counterspill No scrolling at all Theme extremely consistant Navigation links are busy Entire page in flash Lots of content all at once Counterspill No misleading titles Interactive timeline slightly unweildy Image slider is well hidden COUNTERSPILL SEARCH FEATURE PINE RIDGE STORY LINKS and LABELS SEARCH IMPROVEMENTS COLBERT SUPERPAC Pine Ridge COUNTERSPILL Pine Ridge Kevin Mohr Counterspill Mission statement: "Counterspill promotes awareness about the impact of non-renewable energy disasters through a living archive..." Results sorted by article, image, video Weighted by relevance Articles tagged for easy sorting No autocorrect COUNTERSPILL

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Transcript: John Paul Getty Trust Presented By: Celia Do J. Paul Getty Trust The J. Paul Getty Trust has 4 programs that serve the initial public to promote knowledge and appreciation of art. The Getty Conservation Institute advances the practice of art and cultural heritage conservation worldwide. It preserves the world's cultural heritage to advance civil society. The Getty Conservation Institute's mission is to work internationally to advance conservation practice in the visual arts. The Institute serves the conservation community through scientific research, education and training, field projects, and the dissemination of information to the J. Paul Getty Trust Getty Conservation Institute The Getty Foundation supports the understanding and preservation of the visual arts through strategic grant initiatives around the world. Their mission is to support individuals and institutions committed to advancing the greater understanding and preservation of the visual arts in Los Angeles and throughout the world. It carries out its work in collaboration with the other Getty Programs to ensure that they individually and collectively achieve maximum effect. Getty Foundation The J. Paul Getty Museum collects, presents, conserves, and interprets great works of art. Their mission is to inspire curiosity about, and enjoyment and understanding of, the visual arts by collecting, conserving, exhibiting and interpreting works of art of outstanding quality and historical importance. The J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center in Los Angeles houses European paintings, drawings, sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, and photography from its beginnings to the present, gathered internationally. J. Paul Getty Museum The Getty Research Institute conducts pioneering research in art history and the humanities. Their mission is to furthering knowledge and advancing understanding of the visual arts and their various histories through its expertise, active collecting program, public programs, institutional collaborations, exhibitions, publications, digital services, and residential scholars programs. Getty Research Institute Who they are The J. Paul Getty Trust is the world's largest philanthropic and cultural organization dedicated to the visual arts. Through conservation work, exhibitions, grant initiatives, etc. They work to make a lasting difference in conservation practice and art historical research and to promote knowledge and appreciation of art among audiences of all ages. What they do Through projects in Los Angeles and around the world, the Getty works to make a lasting difference in art historical research, conservation and museum practice, and to promote knowledge and appreciation of art. PICTURES PICTURES How they earn money The Getty earns money through their store online. Another way the Getty earns money is through joining the Getty Patron Program, support their dynamic array of exhibitions, as well as innovative projects, giving checks, donate in memory or honor of a friend or loved one, give a general donation, or in some circumstances, donors from a Donor Advised Fund to the Getty. Donors are advised to ensure that any grant letter from the DAF to the Getty specifies the purpose of the grant. TIMELINE TIMELINE J. Paul Getty gave significant pieces from his personal collection to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. J. Paul Getty Museum opened in his ranch house Established J Paul Getty Museum Trust J. Paul Getty dies 1948 1953 1954 1976 J. Paul Getty's personal estate passes to the Trust 1982 MAP MAP You can visit the Getty Center and view European and American art from medieval times to now, see breathtaking modern designs and views, and tour the Central Garden which is never the same. You can also visit the Getty Villa which offers an experience of ancient Greek and Roman art in a setting that recreates a first-century Roman villa. Home to the J. Paul Getty Museum’s antiquities collection, the two-floor museum displays art that spans the 7,000 years from the end of the Stone Age to the fall of the Roman empire. The architecture is a recreation of an ancient Roman country house. The gardens are inspired by ancient models from the ancient world Getty Center and the Getty Villa Why I chose this nonprofit organization I chose this nonprofit organization because I remembered the Getty Museum and so I chose this nonprofit organization. YOUTUBE CLIP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwG8EWbpils

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Transcript: The Humane Society of The United States are out to adopt and find homes for all types of abused and abandoned animals. They accept donations and volunteer work in order to help the animals. They also encourage you to keep caring for them, stay supportive, spread the word, and treat all animals you come in contact with with care. Career Opportunities Humane Society of The United States The Humane Society of The United States is the nations largest and most effective animal protection organization. They provide hands-on care and services to over 100,000 animals a year. Founded in 1954, Wayne Pacelle is the president and CEO of the (HSUS). Most of the funds necessary to operate the organization are raised through donations, bequests, adoption fees, merchandise sales in the adoption center and special events. The city also gives them grants for a few different reasons. They have: The world's greatest roster of scientists & other experts in animal welfare Wildlife sanctuaries in more than 35 states Five affiliates animal sanctuaries & medical centers State directors across the country working at the local level There are many different career opportunities you could choose from when deciding to work for the (HSUS) but one that might be interestin is the programs coordinator. Their responsibility is to research, develop and implement programs and materials in support of the department's current initiatives. How does the (HSUS) earn profit? Nonprofit Company Presentation The Company's History & Background Fun Fact Presented by: Justin Everage & D'Vonte Williams The Company's Goals

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Transcript: Hmong American Partnership Jessica Yang Kia Xiong Hmong American Partnership aka HAP East Side St. Paul East Side St. Paul Phalen Park Falls AT A GLANCE AT A GLANCE MISSION HAP’s mission is to empower the community to embrace the strengths of our cultures while achieving our potential. HOW? Improving the lives of individuals and families in our diverse communities through culturally sensitive social services. Strengthening neighborhoods through housing, community and economic development opportunities. Promoting the rich heritage of our ethnic communities. WHO? Board of Directors WHO, AGAIN? Secretary A CLOSER LOOK Elizabeth K. Xiong Vice Chair Jim Bradshaw Treasurer Ying Vu Chair Dr. Zha Blong Long Xiong Marketing & Outreach Director Office of Mayor Chris Coleman President/CEO The Bradshaw Group, Inc Finance Manager UnitedHealth Group Associate Professor University of Minnesota Department of Family Social Sciences Children and Family Services Free college and career exploration, scholarship searches, career mentors, and financial literacy Health and Wellness Clinicians and staff provide culturally based prevention and intervention support, and recovery services for both mental health and chemical dependency issues. PROGRAMS & SERVICES MISSION DELIVERY Economic and Community Development Variety of low-interest loans to economically disadvantaged clients from the immigrant and refugee community Education on financial literacy Developing budget and savings plan for home buyers Developing a business and savings plan for entrepreneurs Education and Training Culturally sensitive and aware program designed to help new refugees and immigrants learn English and basic skills to be successful. Free classes in: English language, Math, Computer Literacy, Work Readiness CONTINUED CONTINUED http://www.hmong.org/ Website Best Practices "Best practices" HAP demonstrates in what they communicate about their organization - Social Media - Events - HND - Hmong Freedom Celebration - Attending API day at the Capitol - Being recognized through the news through grant approval and success - WCCO - MPR - KSTP - Star Tribune Would you ... ? Would You Rather? Donate or Volunteer? Would you donate or volunteer for HAP? Work for HAP? Would you want to work for HAP? Why or why not?

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Transcript: FZ Kassidi Save the Children OVERVIEW Save the Children-Mission Save the Children invests in childhood – every day, in times of crisis and for our future. In the United States and around the world, we give children a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. By transforming children's lives now, we change the course of their future and ours. History Russian children fed by Save the Children during the 1921 famine. -Save the Children's founder, Eglantyne Jebb, and her sister Dorothy Buxton were part of the Fight the Famine movement, spreading information about what was happening in Europe. How it all Started In 1919, Jebb was arrested for distributing leaflets with shocking images of children affected by famine in Europe Founders Impact in history Measuring success Measuring success "I believe we should claim certain rights for the children and labour for their universal recognition, so that everybody - not merely the small number of people who are in a position to contribute to relief funds, but everybody who in any way comes into contact with children, that is to say the vast majority of mankind - may be in a position to help forward the movement." Eglantyne Jebb. CHALLENGES CHALLENGES "In times of acute crisis, we mobilize rapid assistance to help children recover from the effects of war, conflict and natural disasters." - Statement on Guidestar.org Challenge 1 Challenge 1 Aid Workers in Conflict Zones "If we're gonna change the world we have to be willing to risk something." - How to Change the World, documentary about Greenpeace. -A recent example of such challenge is when Turkish authorities have detained 15 staff of a US NGO working on Syria relief operations – the latest in a series of moves restricting humanitarian aid groups in the country. -The Inside Story on Emergencies. Risks On The Grounds Risks On The Grounds -There are both cultural barriers and security concerns when volunteers and aid workers are sent on the grounds. Stannard’s Afghan lieutenant Dr Basir says: ‘‘I had to talk for more than two hours to convince the district governor in Gizab that he should allow his wife to become a student." -Local Save the Children worker. Example -Another challenge brought by cultural barriers is training local populations especially women or even surpassing cultural beliefs for instance Australian programs administered by Save the Children include more than 50 community-run education efforts for about 1700 children who cannot get to school – for cultural or security reasons a great example is in Afghanistan. Source: The Sydney Morning Herald Example KEY RESULTS FOR AID WORKERS DANGERS KEY RESULTS FOR AID WORKERS DANGERS Most Dangerous Countries for Aid Workers: Challenge 2 Challenge 2 Logistics and Transportations in Disaster Relief Situations -Child Protection & HIV/AIDS, allocated budget: $62,207,000.00 -Education allocated budget: $110,806,000.00 -Health and Nutrition allocated budget:$135,778,000.00 -Hunger and Livelihoods allocated budget: $54,557,000.00 -Emergency Response allocated budget: $154,588,000.00 -Source: Guidestar.org Emergency Response Emergency Response After Nepal's earthquack, a call went out to all Save the Children’s global team as Nepal needed emergency stocks, and emergency experts immediately. "What I didn’t know then was the extent of the logistical challenges we were to face. Naively I’d assumed that the major hurdle was getting the aid into the country in the first place, but slowly the full picture emerged. As teams attempted to get to the epicentre of the quake outside Kathmandu and to assess the damage, they were thwarted by damaged roads and landslides. The electricity, phone and internet were down, so we couldn’t co-ordinate with communities, understand exactly what their needs were, or to tell them that we were trying to reach them. While our logistics teams desperately tried to bring aid into the country, they simultaneously attempted to find warehouses, which were still standing, secure and large enough to house the life-saving supplies. The next challenge was finding enough trucks and fuel to move the aid to the warehouses, and then out to the communities." Source: https://nepal.savethechildren.net Relief Team Member Relief Team Member OPPORTUNITIES Opportunities Inspire Evangelists Real Madrid soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo lends his voice and visibility to spotlight issues facing child refugees and all vulnerable children around the globe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpnfyFVymj8 "By virtue of their political, social, or economic power, they can create organizational momentum. They attract attention, create legitimacy, and serve as powerful role models to others, Press and media attention follow, along with money, members, and volunteers." - Forces for Good, p.117. Dakota Fanning, Actress and Model. Global Artist Ambassador. Global Artist Ambassadors "Teaming up with Save the Children to market a product could boost your sales, profile and

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Transcript: Friends Forever a cat sanctuary By: Lindsey Deiss Questions? Statistics Adoption fees Need to work on funding They do live out their mission and the mission statement fits what they are trying to accomplish Comparison to Drucker/ Brinkerhoff Feral cat- descendant of a domesticated cat that has been returned to the wild May need to implement fundraising goals for the board (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr No grants Before 1993 San Diego had a huge problem with feral cats Grant writer Shelter workers Many feral cats die in the wild A pair of breeding cats and their offspring can produce 400,000 cats over 7 years 501c3 Mission Statement "Our mission is to provide love, care and shelter without cages to homeless cats in Placer County." Recommendations $55,000 yearly budget Finances Feral cats are often abandoned by their owners or the owner failed to spay or neuter Start up/ Operations The sanctuary began in September 2008 7 in by law, only 5 currently No written strategic plan Have a good mission statement and follow it through and through Millions of cats and dogs are killed by shelters annually Estimated 60 million feral cats in the U.S. Shirley Hartford, founder Pets don't regain their natural instincts when returned to the wild 25-30% comes from donations (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Mobile adoptions (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary Need to work on marketing efforts Commendations Her true motivation came from a spiritual calling Friends forever is ethical and accountable Future They have good controls and a strong leader but they are not finacially empowered Volunteers Board of directors Fundraising events Strong controls Need more staff members About Friends Forever Accountability structure= Shirley They don't have a vision of where they are going because they are not sure if they will have enough funding -Started with kittens left behind by a family -Advertising brought in more cats from locals -Rescue from area shelters Legal zoom Great cause and they are doing the best they can with what they have (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Fosters Not so great! About $50 million (mostly from taxes) is spent each year on animal control agencies in the state of California Shirley always had a passion for helping homeless animals Shirley Hartford Before the sanctuary Shirley rescued on her own and with other non profits Their board and embracing of technology need some work Start up costs funded by Shirley

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