Ep 34: Be Honest, Be Direct
Nonprofits often feel pressure to put on a show of positivity, especially in front of funders. In this episode of The Nonprofit Experience, Phil Buchanan from the Center for Effective Philanthropy and Tiffany Gueye of Blue Meridian Partners talk about ...
Rebuilding Civic Confidence in These Hard Times
After empty words and broken promises, many communities feel frustrated and distrustful. How do we rebuild civic trust and confidence head down a path of communication and healing? Read Rich Harwood's advice.
El Pueblo: the Definition of Community
Rhetoric is important for the nonprofit sector, because it’s a means of getting “people to listen to their message.” El Pueblo has demonstrated the effectiveness of mission alignment to create safe environments that foster critical dialogues that lead to systemic change.
Getting Beyond the Buzzword of Inclusion: Local and Global Perspectives
These days, people like to talk about "diversity, equity, and inclusion," but what does that really look like when put into practice? Sapphira Goradia of the Goradia Foundation and Courtney Rice from the Robins Foundation show how these buzzwords can be implemented at both local and global levels.
8.26.19 International News
Global Women's Leadership Network receives donation from CO-OP Financial Services, WaterAid joins W+W Alliance, International Committee of the Red Cross releases annual report, and more.
8.26.19 US News
$6.5 in dentistry donated to Smile Generation Service Day, CureDuchenne hires Erin Frey, The Roddenberry Foundation holds digital survey, and more.
8.26.19 NC News
The Beehive Collection seeks applicants for environmental justice grants, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity opens second ReStore, Marbles Kids Museum to hold $10,000 raffle, and more.
Ep 33: Back to Whatever Normal Is
Through the lens of the devastating floods across Nashville and Middle Tennessee in May of 2010, Lori Shinton of Hands on Nashvile and Regine Webster from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy talk about disaster response and the challenges organizations and communities face in the aftermath.
8.19.19 US News
Manhattan Institute distributes Civil Society Awards, Obama Foundation names first president, Foundation for Global Sports Development launches Courage First initiative, and more.
8.19.19 NC News
North Carolina's Land and Water Fund distributes $27 million in grants, Keith Nealson named chief ranger of North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation, Closing the Hunger Gap Conference comes to Raleigh, and more.