Just as every person has a one-of-a-kind personality, every organization – from an international business to a grassroots nonprofit — has a brand. Rather than create a brand, pay attention to the brand your organization is already broadcasting to the public.
Hope Between Mountains
Fonkoze brings financial inclusion and development services to Haiti’s poor, providing them with viable ways to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty.
Forgotten Families Empowered to Improve Their Own Health
Curamericas Global seeks to partner with underserved communities around the world to make measurable and sustainable improvements in their health and wellbeing.
The Right Tools in the Right Hands
By putting the right tools in the hands of the people who need them, healthcare providers can care well for their communities. LifeNet International values the resources, experience, and expertise of local communities and embraces those strengths, which leads to high impact, scale, and sustainability.
Treating the Human Water Crisis Begins After the Well is Dug
The global water crisis is just that: a global problem. But beyond that, it is a HUMAN problem. Wine To Water CEO David Cuthbert shares his personal journey through this understanding.
Leveraging Technology to End World Hunger
Please enjoy this piece from our archives that first published in August 2016. One of the world’s leading NGOs embraces innovation—along with its tradition of giving chickens, goats and cows—to transform the way it operates across the world.
A Culture of Working With…
Words matter at Urban Ministries and words keep reshaping the roles our volunteers play in how we offer our programs, how the programs work, and the outcomes we pursue.
Lending a Helping Hand
Regardless of one’s faith, ethnicity, or background, it is universal humanitarian values which have brought many to action in order to help those around the world affected by conflict or disaster.
The Messy, Beautiful Work of Social Enterprise for Nonprofits
By design, nonprofit organizations have a different purpose than our for-profit friends. By incorporating social enterprise into their work, New Moms has been able to to bring job training and real-life skills to participants in their programs, stretching their investments of time, money and human resources just a little bit farther.
A Call to Action for Human Service Advocates: If You Want a Different Result, Tell a Different Story
Research tells us that if we want to improve the policy and funding landscape, we have to improve the public’s understanding of what human services are, why people need to access services, and how society benefits from our sector’s vital work.