Renewing the Entrepreneurial Spirit
Through their fellowship program, Venture for America injects entrepreneurial life into American cities that are struggling financially.
If You Can See It, You Can Be It
Oregon Tradeswomen knows that creating lasting, systemic change in the trades can’t be done in isolation. It takes a sisterhood to build a powerful movement.
3.5.18 NC Nonprofit News
GreenHill presents Beauty and the Beast, The NC Early Childhood Foundation receives a one-year grant from The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, The Wade Edwards Learning Lab asks "Are You Smarter Than a 10th Grader?", and more.
Playing the Long Game
Please enjoy this feature from our archives that originally published in January 2016. While the scope of the work that MDC does is vast, ultimately what it does is identify people and communities in need, and then align resources and infrastructure in order for the people and communities to be successful. In working with leadership, infrastructure and institutions, MDC is making permanent change in institutions or systems that will continue long after they are gone.
2.26.18 International Nonprofit News
Bharti Foundation sends children back to school, mothers2mothers enters a new strategic partnership, LifeNet International receives a $300,000 grant and more.
Personalize the Donor Experience
Breaking down segmentation based on in-depth knowledge of nonprofit audiences is an important first step toward engaging supporters and encouraging greater support.
Getting Started on the Sustainable Development Goals
For governments, nonprofits, foundations, and multinational agencies, community foundations are a critically important partner and convener that can ensure that locally-relevant programming that help us all achieve the Global Goals in every community around the world.
2.26.18 US Nonprofit News
Washington Performing Arts launches a Junior Board of Directors, The Miami Blockchain and Capital Conference honors the Child Life Society, Cedars-Sinai receives $50 million from The Smidt Foundation, and more.
Too much of a good thing? Don’t get lost in the hype of new fundraising tech.
Regardless of tomorrow’s ‘next big thing’ in fundraising, one principle is sure to remain constant: An intentional, mission-driven fundraising campaign that meets donors on their turf—whether that’s in a ballroom or on their cell phones—never goes out of style.
Doing More Good: How Mission Diversity Can Help Grow Your Donor Base
Nonprofits can break free from donor burnout and grow their base of supporters by expanding the vision of the organization to include a complementary mission.