The popularity of gargantuan retail stores, shopping centers and business parks and the gentrification of urban population centers has spurred awareness of concomitant problems.
Although racial diversity has become prominent in many areas of the nonprofit sector, one place where it still is lacking is in the boardroom.
Money is always an issue for nonprofit organizations, but for some the threat of fiscal insolvency looms large.
Producing a publication, whether it is a newsletter or a magazine, and whether it is online or on paper, can pay dividends for a nonprofit organization, but getting a publication up and running can be a daunting proposition.
Bloggers the world over are standing up for a cause by writing down their thoughts on October 15. More than 4,500 bloggers have signed on to write about poverty in the second annual Blog Action Day that will reach an estimated more than 9.3 million blog readers.
Even the noblest ideas can fail to take hold in the minds of intended audiences. Even the noblest ideas when clearly expressed can fall flat.
Even if strategic message is easy to formulate, conveying it in an easy-to-understand fashion and implementing it are huge obstacles.
Although many nonprofits look to private grant-making organizations for funding, grants are also available from a variety of sources within the federal government.
If low dollar donors gave more money … they wouldn’t be low dollar donors. And if pigs had wings, their tails would still curl.
Promoting employees to leadership positions from within a nonprofit organization has a tremendous upside for both nonprofits and their employees. The evaluation and hiring process must be handled carefully to overcome potential challenges that can include miscommunications and ill feelings, according to a recent issue “Leadership Matters,” published by Bridgestar, a nonprofit initiative of the Bridgespan Group.