Sound decision making is the number one responsibility of every good leader, and the key to success for every nonprofit. But it’s a skill that needs constant sharpening.
Easter Seals El Mirador has been cleared of fraud charges following an investigation, New Mexico Attorney General Gary King announced yesterday.
Now that Easter is over it’s time to get back to the job search. Looking for work after a relaxing weekend isn’t the most enjoyable thing in the world but we at The NonProfit Times have something to make the search a little easier: A new featured nonprofit job.
Do you know someone who has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to improve the lives of children? If so, the NASCAR Foundation wants you to nominate this individual for its Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award.
Are you seeking your next great job in the nonprofit sector but unsure what kind of salary and benefits you can expect? Or are you a nonprofit employer wondering if you offer the salary and benefits top talent is looking for?
Donna M. Butts is executive director of Generations United in Washington, D.C.
America’s changing demographics are getting noticed.
A nonprofit based in New York City lost nearly $180,000 after a woman using a stolen identity allegedly deposited checks stolen from the organization, according to state police.
Included in the just-released April 1 edition of The NonProfit Times is our annual 50 Best Nonprofits to Work For Report. This year we have a new number one organization, with the National Older Worker Career Center, Inc (NOWCC) taking over the top spot from the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), which fell to number three. NOWCC, based in Arlington, Va., has 23 employees making it one of the smaller organizations to top our list.
UPDATE, 3/28: It’s time for our finale March Madness discount! Enter MARCHDIGITAL before purchase and get $10 off the final price. This offer will last through March 31 so you have plenty of time to get important nonprofit news and trends delivered monthly to your inbox.
Nonprofit managers are usually focused on two things when it comes to Facebook: Getting “likes” and building awareness. While seeing those numbers rise up on your like counter is certainly satisfying, getting likes is only part of the picture.
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