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The nonprofit workplace is a constantly changing environment. Change can be a good thing, but many employees don’t necessarily see it that way. Those workers who are not doing a good job need to change their act quickly if they are to convince change agents that they are a necessary component of the organization. Employees who are pulling their own weight are too busy working to prove their worth.
There’s a lot to consider when soliciting prospects for major gifts. You can’t simply walk up to a donor and ask for one and expect a positive result.
The Emergency Medical Services Regional Council (EMSRC) in Staunton, Va. is looking to hire an Executive Director to lead the organization. Interested in this position? Read on for more details.
Crowdsourced fundraising campaigns are not just for individuals doing walkathons. Nonprofits can leverage staff and supporters to create peer-to-peer campaigns. But, to reach maximum engagement, you’ll need a campaign coordinator to make it easy and fun for fundraisers.
Games can do a lot. For Jane McGonigal, a game saved her life. After a concussion that didn’t heal properly in 2009, McGonigal said that for months she felt like dying, fearing that she’d never get better, that the pain would never end.
YWCA USA today announced its first permanent chief executive officer in almost two years, plucking an executive who led Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s largest affiliate until four months ago.
The difference between what nonprofits should spend and what they actually do spend, is about 14 cents — at least in the mind of the average person.
Mayors of U.S. municipalities have a chance to win as much as $5 million for their cities from the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge, an initiative begun by New York City’s mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Five years after being the focus of a congressional oversight hearing, a California veterans’ charity is being sued by the state Attorney General’s Office for more than $4.3 million regarding allegations of fraudulent fundraising, self-dealing and excessive executive compensation.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure Founder & CEO Nancy G. Brinker is stepping down from the job but staying with the organization in a fundraising and strategy role. Komen President Liz Thompson announced plans to leave the organization in September.
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Volume 29 No. 6
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