Successfully Merging Two Legacy Organizations Requires the Right Vision and Strategy
Since their merger of the National Parkinson Foundation and the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, the newly-formed Parkinson's Foundation has seen an increased impact in their ability to carry out their mission.
12.26.17 US Nonprofit News
The Rice Family Foundation awards $150,000 in grant funds to twenty-three nonprofit organizations in the greater Hanover, Pennsylvania and surrounding communities, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami elevates Gale Nelson to president and CEO, Danville Regional Foundation to host an open house for college students to learn about their paid internship program, and more.
12.26.17 NC Nonprofit News
Laurel Oaks residents celebrate the launch of the first HUD ConnectHome community in Durham, The Human Rights Campaign gives Greensboro the highest NC score in its Municipal Equality Index, Student Action with Farmworkers is now recruiting bilingual college students and more.
Impact Measurement (Part 1)
A program’s outputs must be relevant to their desired outcomes and impact. However, many funders only require their grantees to report on outputs without further measuring impact. Outcomes enable funders to truly see if the programs they are investing in are changing lives and making a difference.
Give with Heart, and Give Smart: 9 Things Donors Should Consider in 2018
The 2018 giving season is now upon us. These guidelines can guide donors to ensure their generosity is more impactful and effective than ever before.
Fundraising Success: How a Small, Rural Organization Raised $1 Million Per Month for a Year
The fundraising success of the Eagles Renovation Project required very specific action steps to a rural audience. Here’s how The Honeywell Foundation accomplished it.
Supporting a Community of Volunteers
By investing in the support that volunteers need, Crisis Text Line achieves its mission of meeting those in crisis, wherever they are.
Continuing the Mission – Caring for the Families of Those Who Gave Their Lives for Freedom
TAPS has used the peer support model to touch the lives of more than 70,000 surviving spouses, parents, siblings, children, battle buddies, and others who are grieving the death of a military loved one.
Growing Your Nonprofit Organization: Balancing Innovation, Quality Assurance & Compliance
Many nonprofit organizations want to grow their ability to serve individuals and families in need. Yet, the question for smaller nonprofit organizations is how to grow smartly without jeopardizing your human resources, community relationships, or integrity.
Ever Consider Applying for Funding from Family Foundations?
Nonprofits have an opportunity to look beyond the largest foundations and focus their attentions on the largely untapped reservoir of family foundations.