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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Wanted: Social Media Strategy Intern

Ajah is web startup which has created a new online service for the non-profit sector. We are currently seeking candidates for a fall internship.

We are a dynamic team using the latest web technologies to revolutionize fundraising. Our office is near métro Mont-Royal in the Plateau.
The position is 35 hours a week (flexible), for a period of 12 weeks. Your responsibilities will include:
– Developing an effective marketing strategy using social media platforms
– Generating weekly posts on our blog and create regular updates for other other social media platforms
– Making and uploading screencast tutorials for our tools
– Establishing an online presence in professional and sectoral networks
– Using online survey tools and website metrics to evaluate marketing strategies

You will also have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of the non-profit sector, fundraising, information management, web entrepreneurship, and various web technologies.

We’re looking for someone fun who has excellent web, writing, and editing skills and who is passionate about either the non-profit sector or information management. Professional or academic experience using social media and online tools is also an asset.

Ability to speak English & French preferred.
Applicants must be students:
– under the age of 30;
– enrolled in a post secondary education program and intending to return to school;
– legally entitled to work in Canada

For more information on joining our team, please send a cover letter and a resume of related experience to .

By |September 15th, 2011|About Ajah|0 Comments|

Finding without looking

Yes, we are super Zen.

We’re really happy about our new Related Funders feature. Our goal with Fundtracker is to make finding the right funders for your organization super easy and hopefully even automagical. This new feature is a step closer towards that goal.

Bloomberg Foundation Profile

On the right-hand side of a foundation’s profile you can now see a list of other foundations under the heading “Related Funders”. Those are foundations that have given money to the same organizations as the foundation whose profile you are on. The accompanying number indicates the number of grant recipients they share. The higher the number of shared recipients, the more “related” a foundation is to the profiled foundation, i.e. the more likely they are to support the same types of organizations.

Related Funders helps you discover possible funders for your organization that you might not have found otherwise. It’s particularly helpful to identify private foundation which might have limited public information about their activities.

It’s important to remember that although we track almost half-a-million donations, there are many more that we cannot track due to the way the Canada Revenue Agency publishes its information. As a result, the Related Funders feature is only an indicator of a foundation’s granting focus.

By |September 11th, 2011|Fundtracker News|0 Comments|