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Fast Company magazine has released a list of what it calls the top 10 most innovative nonprofits. In the opinion of the magazine’s editors, organizations on the list lead the way in technology use, scope or best practices. The Foundation for Detroit’s Future landed the top spot on the list by virtue of its grandiose vision: saving a city and its art.
Layoffs typically come about when nonprofit managers aim to cut costs and expenses. Sometimes they’re called reorganizations, as leaders try to re-imagine their structures and organizational charts.
Almost 200 years of experience left the American Cancer Society (ACS) during 2013 in the persons of five executive vice presidents who’d each been with the organization for at least three decades.
Endowments for colleges and universities had a strong 2014 fiscal year, with an average return of 15.5 percent. That return beat out the 11.7 percent growth in return rate in 2013. Commonfund and the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) released the 2014 Study of Endowments (NCSE) this week. The 832 institutions surveyed had a collective $516 billion in endowment assets as of June 30, 2014.
Check out the latest blog post by guest blogger Andrew Olsen, CFRE, which describes the three reasons your nonprofit’s website needs to go mobile. Click here to read.
ASAE – The Center for Association Leadership is accepting applications for open positions on the ASAE and ASAE Foundation Board of Directors to help lead the association dedicated to advancing the profession of association management.
Donor-advised funds (DAFs) continued to increase last year, increasing 25 percent from 2013 according to a new report from Schwab Charitable.
Nearly 91 percent of nonprofits report they plan to use a variety of management “tools” during the course of the year, according to a new survey by the Bridgespan Group.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) announced it has received a $50 million gift from philanthropist Raymond G. Perelman. An eight-acre portion of CHOP’s campus will be renamed the Raymond G. Perelman Campus, and the gift will establish the Raymond G. Perelman Research Fund.
If your organization is trying to draw corporate sponsors, you know that you face some stiff competition for those dollars. “Marketers, sponsors and brands have a number of areas they can invest marketing dollars,” said Jim Andrews, senior vice president of content strategy at Chicago-based sponsorship consulting firm IEG.
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