Placemaking Through the Performing Arts: A New England Example
Placemaking is a place where “strategic links,” partnerships and creativity come together through performing arts. It’s often a catalyst that opens hearts, minds and doors to social change.
How Nonprofits Can Incorporate Entrepreneurship into Their Work
Being an entrepreneur or intrapreneur isn’t just about using commercial marketing techniques. It’s about creating a culture where people can take risks, learn from their mistakes, and respond quickly to changes in the marketplace.
Millennials are Finding Their Place in the Nonprofit Workforce
Conferences that promote interactions among people of all experience levels can show that there are various nonprofit opportunities available to millennials just entering the workforce in many specializations from communications to program planning to data strategy.
Local Partnerships & Increased Impact
By working together and building relationships with local people and institutions, nonprofits can set up and fuel their programs for increased success and longevity. LifeNet International's Stefanie Weiland shares four essential lessons on collaboration.
Nonprofit Pay in a Competitive Market: Wage Penalty or Premium?
Do nonprofit organizations overpay or underpay their employees? Christian King of the University of Central Florida and Gregory B. Lewis of Georgia State University share their research findings.
Developing a Great Nonprofit Board
A committed board, with members who bring time, talent, treasure, connections and passion for the cause, can lead your nonprofit to heights you never imagined.
Are All Impacts Created Equal?
A valuation approach to impacts can result in reduced cost for planning, more efficient investing, and assistance with planning for future investments for funders.
Leveraging Ambassador Programs
St. Baldrick's Foundation's Jane Ridolfi Hoppen offers tips on how to build, execute and foster a strong Ambassador program within your organization.
Service-Learning Programs Prove to Be a Valuable Resource for Nonprofits
The skilled, supervised, volunteer help provided through service-learning programs on campuses across the country have enabled countless nonprofits to meet their goals and fulfill their missions more effectively.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – What Nonprofits Need to Know
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC's Richard L. Fox, Esq. and Joshua D. Headley, Esq. explore issues that nonprofits need to know regarding the effects of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.