Did Nancy Brinker’s leadership performance merit increased income? And what’s her role in Susan G. Komen for the Cure, anyway? Wasn’t she supposed to be stepping down?
Are nonprofits and resource dependency inextricably linked? In this classic NPQ journal article, the insightful and grounded Jon Pratt says “not necessarily!” and then he walks us through six ways to limit or eliminate the degree to which you must do a master’s bidding.
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Few things are more loathed by the public than taxes, and our cultural models encourage us to view government as something to be resisted and our tax system as a ...
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What can nonprofits learn from a new whitepaper from Facebook titled “Building Your Presence with Facebook Pages: A Guide for Causes and Nonprofits?”
Last week I spent some time with my family in Mexico, and we stayed in a house that had no glass in the windows. We were sleeping surrounded by the air from outside. There were, of course, shutters to be closed during a storm.
Technology can support a multitude of nonprofit communication efforts, but a content calendar, the right staffing support, and the right tools are required to make it all sing.
In Grand Lake, Colo. two groups focused on improving lake water quality and ecosystem issues are becoming one, and in doing so, they are creating a more unified advocacy voice.
Organizations often struggle with how to manage all of their social media efforts in a timely manner. Here are some tips from influential leaders in the nonprofit sector.
Sometimes small articles make you realize that citizens can do big things. So it is with this report about the Lorton Community Action Center and one of its founders, Christine Herbstreith.
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