9.18.17 US Nonprofit News
Executive Director Nicole Rom presents Climate Generation’s work at the Climate Education & Opportunities Collective Impact Summit, Fidelity Charitable collaborates with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to provide lists of organizations providing relief services for Hurricanes Irma and Harvey for grant recommendations, the Jewish Communal Fund approves grants totaling $1.35 million to local Jewish charities in the New York area, and more.
9.18.17 NC Nonprofit News
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design holds Opening Reception and Curators' Talk with 2017 Curatorial Fellows for the Crafted Stranger exhibit, the North Carolina Arts Council to present a multi-media artist profile each week for its series 50 for 50: Artists Celebrate North Carolina in honor of its 50th anniversary, Susan G. Komen North Carolina Triangle to the Coast Affiliate to accept applications for its 2018-2019 Community Health Grants Program through November 18th, and more.
Hacking Nonprofit Collaboration
Nine considerations for nonprofits looking to maximize social impact through collaboration.
How to Manage Rapid Growth
When you’re successful, you still need to adapt and change. St. Baldrick's Foundation's Kathleen Ruddy shares lessons learned from managing rapid growth.
9.11.17 US Nonprofit News
Audre Lorde Project hosts their 19th annual Chillin N' Grillin' BBQ, Painters and Allied Trades for Children’s Hope Foundation to donate up to $10,000 to support the National Alliance on Mental Illness' Ending the Silence program, Pasadena Latino Coalition names Roberta Martinez their new Chair, and more.
Self-Care: The Magic Solution to Combating Burnout?
Self-care is not a fad sweeping the nation, but a theory that has the ability to increase the endurance of nonprofit practitioners. It is a valuable and necessary part of the nonprofit sector and has the ability to create organizations that are more determined and more successful in serving the wider world.
9.11.17 NC Nonprofit News
Transitions LifeCare renames building on campus to honor one of the three capital campaign chairs responsible for their $6.1 million expansion project, applications are open through September 22nd for the United Arts Council's Wheels on the Bus grants, Eastern North Carolina's Stop Human Trafficking Now to hold a Celebration to Stop Human Trafficking on October 14th, and more.
Flock Together: The Waterbird Society
The Waterbird Society seeks to be inclusive and encouraging while forwarding common goals around the knowledge and conservation of the birds that live on or near water. The organization exemplifies these characteristics in all of their programs and publications.
New Approaches: Island Dogs
Through Founder and Executive Director Katie Block travels, she realized the compassion for animals that existed in the mainland United States did not exist everywhere. Through compassion, education, and permeant and preventative change, Island Dogs has prevented over 200,000+ unwanted litters of puppies and kittens throughout Puerto Rico.
Doing What Needs to be Done
In doing what needs to be done, challenges may occur. The North American Butterfly Association will not give up and will not stop fighting to conserve butterfly life.