Sweet Briar College is yet one more case of a board declaring an institution dead only to see its constituency beg to disagree.
An eighty-year-old social service organization announced its closure in January, but what exactly brought it to its knees? A revenue scheme?
With a grant from the John J. Oishei Foundation, the Jericho Road Community Health Center has announced it will buy Vive La Casa, a thirty-year-old shelter for refugees.
We published an article today that addresses the “why” of the lack of diversity on nonprofit boards.
Yesterday, we received a nonprofit goodbye letter that was about as graceful and gracious and authentically hopeful as such a thing could possibly be.
Some for-profit colleges are eying the nonprofit sector for a better perch, despite the ban on “ownership.” It takes a little financial creativity and a lot of conflicts of interest.