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.
Yesterday, we received a nonprofit goodbye letter that was about as graceful and gracious and authentically hopeful as such a thing could possibly be.
This story about a legacy community health center is a small “how-not-to” about chairing a nonprofit board.
NPQ is always interested in the dynamics of organic responses by citizens to what strikes them as failures of governance. Here is one organized by a nonprofit among small businesses in Indiana.
With all this talk of downsizing orchestras, it can be difficult to really get what it means to the art itself. This description may help.
Stop blaming your boards!