Videos that Move Us to Laugh, Cry, Think and Act
Videos are a valuable tool for nonprofits to spread their messages. To celebrate this communication medium, we are sharing some of our favorite YouTube videos with our Philanthropy Journal readers.
Academy set for Guilford executive directors
Leadership development will be the focus of a nine-month “Executive Director Academy” the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium will launch in September.
Nonprofits see challenge in getting message out
Making efficient use of limited resources is a big focus of marketing staffers at many nonprofits, a new study says.
The fired-up fundraising board
Veteran fundraising consultant Gail Perry explains how to get your board fired-up for the big ‘ask.’
Britain adopts fundraising standards
The United Kingdom has adopted national fundraising standards developed for nonprofits by philanthropic studies professor in the U.S.
Nonprofits see drop in revenue, donors
Nonprofits across most sectors saw a decline in revenue and in the number of donors in the first three months of 2008, a new report says.
North Carolina nonprofits serving women and children
Women traditionally give their time, talent and treasure to nonprofits that support women and children. Here’s a list of nonprofits in the state that serve women and children.
United Way publishes advocacy tips
In an effort to boost advocacy by area nonprofits, Triangle United Way has published a set of tips and resources to help local groups make their voices heard.
Civic Center, Nov. 22, Raleigh
Raleigh Metro Magazine, 2008 Mannequin Ball, benefiting Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center, Raleigh Fine Arts Society; Civic Center, Raleigh; for tickets call Katie Pool 919.831.0999.
Americans give in every season
Over 61 million U.S. residents volunteered a total of nearly 3.2 billion hours in 2006, keeping our society functioning year-round.