Benefits and challenges of pro bono work

Benefits & Challenges of Pro Bono Work

Posted by Amy Peveto on April 23, 2012

Depending on your industry, you may at one time or another be asked to do some pro bono (“for the good”) work. These can be opportunities to help both the customer and yourself, but present unique challenges that need to be understood before diving in.

Fires in Bastrop

The Role of Social Media in the Bastrop, Texas Fires

Posted by Amy Peveto on September 12, 2011

If you live in the southeastern part of Texas, you’re no doubt very aware of the fire that started in Bastrop and continues, almost totally uncontrolled, to burn its way across the rain-starved state. It’s a scary time for many, but the power of social media is helping us work together to preserve and recover.

3 features a non-profit site can’t live without

3 Features a Non-Profit Website Can’t Live Without

Posted by Amy Peveto on August 15, 2011

As Internet usage continues to increase, more potential donors are going to be searching online for donation opportunities. Not only do you want to attract new people to your cause — you also want those who have already donated to stay engaged with you, and continue to donate, volunteer, and spread the word.


Side Effects of Corporate Philanthropy

Posted by Mark Figart on October 14, 2006

It's a rainy Saturday ... a rare occurrence here in the Hill Country, in recent history. As I sit in my office at home and take care of random obligations, I reflect on the various things that Trevor, Roger, Joann, Lori, and I have undertaken taken over the past two or three years that have made an impact on Boerne.

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