Transformation – The Key to Survive, Stabilize and Thrive
Organizations must change to survive. Carolina Adoption Services and ABC Adoption Services Executive Director Phyllis Stephenson maps out four steps to a successful transformation.
1.15.18 US Nonprofit News
Birdlife International and National Geographic announce Year of the Bird, The Chris Long Foundation raises over $1.75 million, Bloomerang sponsors Clairity Click-it and more.
1.15.18 NC Nonprofit News
Durham’s Partnership for Children's book drive collects over 3,000 books, The United Artists Council holds State of Arts and Culture in Wake County, The Compass Center seeks volunteers and more.
Youth Volunteerism: A Key to Creating Lifelong Change
Volunteerism empowers children and shapes their futures. Nonprofits that engage youth in service benefit through expansion of their mission and reach, fresh energy and ideas, increased public support, and cultivation of new volunteers and supporters.
1.8.18 US Nonprofit News
Power Monitors, Inc. donate $20,003.50 to the American Red Cross,New Horizons Board of Directors appoints John C. Brauer as President and CEO, Palm Healthcare Foundation to hold its first annual Train the Brain “Better Health” campaign, and more.
1.8.18 NC Nonprofit News
The Will & Deni McIntyre Foundation receives grant to fund David Holt's State of Music, the ME Fine Foundation expands to Wake Med, the Executive Service Corps of the Triangle offers Foundation Grant Writing 101, and more.
Gaining Traction with Citizen Science
By creating a culture that emphasizes the needs of individual patients, LymeDisease.org's MyLymeData has grown to become the largest operational research study on Lyme Disease and in the top five percent of patient registries in America.
A Nonprofit’s Role in Medical Research
In today’s environment of uncertain federal funding, medical research foundations must be flexible and creative in finding ways to allow unseen volunteers and donors not only to save and change lives, but experience the joy of it all.
The Elephant in the Pink Room
Patient leadership is at the core of METAvivor’s model, focusing on the ways that a funding entity can serve as an advocate and can involve the patient at every step of the process.
Why Stewarding Your Donors Should Become a New Year’s Resolution
As national donor retention rates continue to linger well below the 50 percent mark, nonprofit leaders might consider that the most important assets entrusted to them are in fact their donors.