Charlena Wynn

Feb 6, 2017

Measuring Success with Veteran Participation

Veterans often do better acclimating themselves to civilian life when they participate in daily activities. Team Red, White, and Blue (Team RWB)'s recent study supports these findings that proved veterans who connect to their communities, have enriched lives.

Sep 6, 2016

Leveling the Playing Field in STEM for Underrepresented Youth

To help break the cycle of generational poverty, educational programming focused on STEM initiatives aims to foster academic excellence and create a pipeline to college for young scholars. Level Playing Field Institute utilizes STEM to eliminate barriers for students of color by creating a curriculum that fosters social justice, sustainability, and research.

Sep 6, 2016

Deaf Action Center: A Place of Empowerment

Deaf Action Center provides those who are deaf and hard of hearing the means to ensure advancement through education, economic security and good health.

Sep 6, 2016

Tackling Reproductive Rights from an Interdisciplinary Lens

The Center for Reproductive Rights utilizes law, partnerships, and storytelling to protect and advance reproductive freedom across the globe.

Aug 29, 2016

The Benefits of Incubators: Nurturing New Nonprofits and How Mentorship and Guidance Can Lead to Success

Nonprofit incubators can be a vital tool for new nonprofits looking for a small scale personal connection in getting off the ground. The Good People Fund, a nonprofit incubator, proves that mentorship can be helpful in the success of new nonprofit leaders.

Aug 1, 2016

Bringing Together Environmentalism and Human Rights Efforts

More than 25 years ago, founders of Global Links recognized the power of combining environmentalism and human rights efforts to combat the burden of medical equipment surplus and the growing need from resource-poor communities.

Aug 1, 2016

Supporting Low-Tech Solutions to Global Problems

Finding a simple solution, testing it, and scaling it up, is the approach used by BRAC across health, education, financial empowerment, livelihood, and all other programs that the organization operates.

Aug 1, 2016

Determining Life Outcomes

The challenges to authority and the struggle for equality, freedom, peace continues throughout the world. By providing an integrated package of financial and social development services, women can begin the slow process of changing the oppression and poverty they face everyday.

Aug 1, 2016

Fostering Indigenous Knowledge: Utilizing the Community Within

Community work can be difficult, particularly when staff is unaware of the cultural needs and barriers a community may face. Mayan Families utilizes the connection between staff members and community to better serve those in Guatemala.

Jul 25, 2016

7.25.16 International Nonprofit News

TMF Group will sponsor the ‘Global Reach Challenge’ of explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, registration is open for the International Fundraising Congress in the Netherlands, PPG contributed $30,000 to the new interactive “PPG Laboratory of Colours” at the Humanitarium Science Centre in Wroclaw, Poland, and more.