Approximately half of all American’s make New Year’s Resolutions. About 8% keep them!
Did you make a resolution? If you would like to beat the odds, the American Psychological Association (APA) offers tips for keeping your resolutions. In addition to…Read More
Periodically, we feature a thought piece from one of our amazing CNE board members. We hope you’ll enjoy this chance to get to know them better and hear a bit of their story. This piece was…Read More
As the end of 2017 approaches, we pause to reflect on the foundation of CNE — our members. Our nonprofit members represent arts, children, education, environment, faith, health, housing, seniors,…Read More
Periodically, we’ll be featuring a thought piece from one of our CNE board members. This piece is from Tim Rose, Treasurer. Tim is Chief Executive Officer of the University of Virginia Foundation.
Is your organization making data-driven decisions? Is it acting to implement effective change? Is it being proactive…Read More
On Tuesday, our community came together to celebrate the incredible impact of philanthropy on our nonprofits and the people and communities they serve. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who joined us…Read More
Did you know that Twitter expanded its character limit from 140 to 280? Here are some tips on how to use this new space.Read More
In the wake of another successful Philanthropy Day, here are four strategies for hosting events that exemplify your nonprofit’s mission and identity.Read More
Are you considering board service for yourself or for your employee? New evidence suggests that there’s lots to gain. Last week the World Environment Center (WEC) released a report focused on measuring the benefits of nonprofit board…Read More
How are changing social mores and cultural values shaping the way people give? Read on for a prescient take on the state of philanthropy in the U.S.Read More
Periodically, we’ll be featuring a thought piece from one of our CNE board members. This piece was written by Carolyn Burnett, the newest addition to CNE’s Board of Directors. Carolyn is a Senior Business Banking…Read More
Adam Bryant, who has spent the past decade writing the Corner Office column for the New York Times, has some advice for you on leadership! Read management…Read More
Nonprofits depend on philanthropic support, but sometimes understanding who to ask and for how much — can be a great challenge. While donor prospect research can be difficult to set aside time for, the value of research…Read More