Diversification of the Fundraising Profession: Nonprofits’ Role
Diversity and inclusion are no longer obstacles to be overcome. Instead, they should be viewed as an opportunity to reflect the diversity and richness in the communities served.
A Tale of Two Leaders: The Case for Emotional Intelligence
As donors and foundations strive to put their dollars to work in organizations where they can have the greatest impact, organizations that are conscientiously striving to develop the emotional intelligence of their leaders represent a wise investment.
2.27.17 International Nonprofit News
African Parks receive a donation of 900,000 Euros, Ghana Wildlife Society wins the 2016 Action of the Year Award, American Academy in Rome's McKim Medal Gala will be held on June 7th in Rome, and more.
2.27.17 US Nonprofit News
WHRO Public Media receives a $3 million gift from Hampton Roads leader Jane Batten, Maternity Care Coalition honors the W.K Kellogg Foundation with the Spirit of Motherhood Award, Bonnaroo Works Fund is accepting grant applications until April 8th, and more.
Nonprofit Crowdfunding: A Chance to Go Viral
To be an effective crowdfunder, an organization should create a relatable story, make their impact clear, and visualize momentum for donors so that they act beyond their donation and create a viral movement.
2.27.17 NC Nonprofit News
Bailey’s Fine Jewelry donates more than $61,000 to local charities in 2016, The Great Human Race for nonprofits will be held on April 22nd in Durham, The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce holds forum on diversity on February 23rd in Raleigh and more.
2.20.17 US Nonprofit News
Help Me Grow Western New York receives $1.8 million grant from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, CARE will hold a week long solidarity campaign "Walk In Her Shoes" beginning March 8, the Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation will host their Gratitude Gala March 4, and more.
2.20.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina’s Pigeon River Fund awarded $309,635 to environmental groups working in Western North Carolina, Heart Math Tutoring held their Third Annual HearthThrob event to support the organization on February 10th, Local artists can apply for $1,500 grant from the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County and more
Creating Change – A Brave Path Forward for Nonprofits Part 3
Change is not linear. It takes time, thought, and dedication to the process. A little patience with yourself, your team, and your organization can go a long way in moving forward.
The Many Applications of Design Thinking
Design thinking is a flexible process with many applications for nonprofit practitioners. Design thinking, or human-centered design, is a creative, iterative approach to problem-solving that places humans at the center of the process.