Sep 11, 2017
How to Manage Rapid Growth
When you’re successful, you still need to adapt and change. St. Baldrick's Foundation's Kathleen Ruddy shares lessons learned from managing rapid growth.
Aug 14, 2017
Going Viral: Setting Yourself Up for Success with Social Media
While you can never plan to go viral, St. Baldrick's Alison Sutton offers ways to create content for your audience that will inspire and compel them to share.
Feb 6, 2017
2.6.17 US Nonprofit News
The 31st Miami City Ballet Gala raises almost $1 million, Eden Autism hosts its 29th annual Eden Dreams Gala, Gifford Cat Shelter will host a Valentine's adoption event on February 11th, and more.
Feb 22, 2016
2.22.16 US Nonprofit News
UGG and Zappos partner to donate slippers to St. Judes, Women Leading the Future is accepting applications for its conference this June, NetGain Partnership promises $18 million to strengthen technology for good, Third Space Studios invites nonprofits for their Individual Donor Benchmark Project, Independence Blue Cross has invested over $6 million in the health of southeast PA, and more.
Feb 1, 2016
2.1.16 US Nonprofit News
Amgen Foundation awards $15,000 grant to EnCorps STEM Teachers Program, Boston Institute of Nonprofit Journalism to set up alt-newsroom in Manchester during the New Hampshire primaries, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt makes $15,000 donation to Water for South Sudan, and more.
Jul 2, 2013
07.03.13: U.S. News Bits
The Saint Luke’s Foundation announces first cycle of grants; University of Puget Sound receives gift; the Hearst Foundations support Nurse-Family Partnership; Covenant House New York names executive director; St. Baldrick’s Foundation announces new board chair; Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools winner is selected; The Alliance for Nonprofit Management names book award finalists; Council on Foundations releases its salary and benefits report; Blackbaud calls for Impact Award nominations, and more.
Mar 18, 2013
Hands-on, hair-off model of engaged giving works for St. Baldrick’s
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation started in 2000 with 20 people who shaved their head at a single event to raise funds to benefit research into childhood cancers. Last year, more than 56,000 people participated at about 1,300 events staged in several different counties. They raised $33.5 million – 82 percent of which went back out the door in the form of grants to support childhood cancer research. This year’s goal is $37 million.