2016 was a record-setting year for philanthropy, with Americans donating more than $373 billion and communities across the globe…Read More
Every board must discuss difficult issues from time to time – and the right approach can have a positive impact on the outcome. Poor or less than optimal performance from…Read More
Every board must discuss difficult issues from time to time – and the right approach can have a positive impact on the outcome….Read More
Originally a term used by engineers, resilience is a positive adaptation to stress. With human beings, resilience amounts to an ability to recover from setbacks, remain flexible during times of…Read More
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When Ruby Johnson was first hired at FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund in July 2013, she was the only full-time staff member. With the…Read More
Leading in troubling times or in the face of any kind of change requires resilience. Leaders need to keep going. They have to keep the lights on, but also set an example for and actively support team…Read More
The way some people talk about it, you might think getting your story picked up by the media is the hardest thing in the world. You might also assume…Read More
Recently, we argued that the once-sleepy world of corporate philanthropy is getting a lot more sophisticated as funders sharpen their priorities and “fuse traditional grantmaking with…Read More
In this context, HireUp has illuminated the possibilities and challenges that go along with combining private and public approaches to create innovative solutions to social…Read More
Some years ago, Stephen Colbert coined the term “truthiness,” something that has the aura of truth because it just feels like the truth.
When it comes to making a point, numbers have a special appeal, no doubt because they…Read More
Nonprofits will pay anywhere from 2.8 percent to 4.3 percent more in 2017 to ship presorted fundraising, promotional, or informational letters, also known as standard-mail letters.
Under new postage rates set to…Read More
During these next four years, the pathways to federal and state support are likely to be longer and narrower. Rebuilding your organization’s civic muscles may be required.Read More