If you are interested in racial and economic equity—in community development, rural development, food security, the environment, and a host of other issues—you should understand the basics of land justice.
Most nonprofits dream, at some point, about that endowment that would ensure their stability from year to year. But endowments aren’t for every nonprofit. This article walks the reader through their up- and downsides.
Ever since the professionalization of the nonprofit sector that took place 30 years ago, nonprofit executive salary has been influenced by business compensation concepts—but for-profit pay practices cannot be indiscriminately applied to nonprofits. So what really powers executive pay in the sector? As it turns out, size does matter.
Let’s remind ourselves as we prepare for the next two years, where much damage can be done and much progress made, that nonprofits have a fundamentally American role in helping to organize and educate the population for civic action and engagement—indeed, to teach individuals the very basic skills of democracy itself.