Cutting the budget without hitting an artery
Given the anemic economic environment, nonprofits need to keep accountability and transparency in mind as they decide what to cut – and not cut – from their budgets.
NonProfit Collaborative marks first year
The cooperative consulting group has nine associates and has worked with nine clients its first year, offering services such as fundraising audits, development plan and governance retreats.
Nonprofit professionals offer co-op consulting
A group of nonprofit executives and consultants have formed Nonprofit Collaborative that will offer a broad range of professional services to nonprofits throughout North Carolina at prices that will be open to negotiation.
Changes at Chordoma Foundation
The Chordoma Foundation and its new chief operating officer have parted ways, and the group is moving its office to the Triangle from Greensboro.
Chordoma Foundation aims for growth
What began three years ago as a race against time by a Greensboro physician to speed efforts to fight chordoma, a rare form of cancer that affects her college-age son, has grown into a quickly-growing nonprofit that has connected and focused an international community of patients, families, physicians and scientists on the disease.
Fundraising workshop set for Greenville
Join Philanthropy Journal and Michelle Speas in Greenville on Oct. 22 to learn how to boost fundraising in spite of the recession.
Workshop to focus on fundraising in downturn
Coping with the impact of the collapsing economy and capital markets on charitable giving will be the focus of a workshop Feb. 25 in Winston-Salem.
Old Salem ramps up fundraising
It has been a banner year for philanthropy at Old Salem Museums and Gardens.