Durham nonprofit honored by WhyHunger for efforts grow team of youth advocates
SEEDS of Durham receives the 2013 Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Award from WhyHunger, a leader in supporting grassroots solutions that inspire community empowerment to end world hunger. The $10,000 grant will be used to strengthen and expand youth leadership through SEEDS’ Durham Inner-City Gardeners (DIG) project.
Strengthening fiscal roots
This is the third in a three-part resource series from PJ on grassroots transitions.
Tweaking brands mid-stream
Changing brands mid-stream could set your organization back for years, but expanding your mission can work if you find room for both old and new supporters in the process, says marketing expert Drew Neisser. Second in a two-part series.
Growing into financial security
This is the second in a three-part resource series from PJ on grassroots transitions.
Maintaining mission in transition
This is the first in a three-part resource series from PJ on grassroots transitions.
Getting through growing pains
Community foundation president Andrea Bazán offers tips for maintaining mission and passion in a growing nonprofit.
Grassroots capital campaigns
With its hands-on approach to conceiving, structuring and implementing a capital campaign, this article from the Grantsmanship Center is designed to inform grassroots campaigns ranging from green to seasoned.