Editor Dennis R. Young offers practical guidelines to help nonprofit managers advance their mission while balancing the interests of trustees, funders, government, and staff.
This Q&A explores the benefits of collaborative fundraising arrangements between organizations and features Jonathan Howard (Cause & Effect) and Jeffrey Ouellette (Central Square Theater).
Jo DeBolt of LaPiana Consulting and Lindsay Hanson of Grassroots Solutions discuss how nonprofits are collaborating for good.
The United Nation’s recent adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) serves as a uniquely valuable opportunity for philanthropy, nonprofit, and civil society to fight extreme poverty, end inequality, and fix climate change across the world. If we want to have a chance at achieving these goals of a more equitable and sustainable world, we'll need your help because of the unique role you play in the social sector.
Working with vulnerable populations, including children and the elderly, requires special skills but also has additional legal requirements.
Nonprofits are encouraged to partner, collaborate, and even merge with each other. How do you know when to truly consider a merger?
This workshop is designed to help you uncover the funding possibilities of the world’s premier online professional networking site. Participants will learn how communicate tell their organization’s mission on LinkedIn, and obtain funding from impact investors, foundations, and corporations, and even establish their own LinkedIn connections.
A full-day convening for nonprofits, funders, and changemakers in the social sector to connect and learn about impactful partnerships.
Join us to learn more about impactful collaboration within the social sector, and connect with your own peers in the field.