Naming rights are often a part of big gifts, but what do you do when your corporate sponsor disappears under another identity?
Right after Hurricane Katrina, the New York–based Joan Mitchell Foundation started supporting artists in storm-ravaged New Orleans. It is now establishing a retreat for promising painters and sculptors.
NPQ has a lot of empathy for new organizations that misunderstand the level of skill they need to do decent financial management, but it is important to learn your lesson the first time you realize that you may not have the hands on deck necessary to manage to the requirements of a nonprofit.
When City Limits ran into problems during the recession, Community Service Society of New York was there to act as a bridge.
Lutheran Social Services’ name is, like the agency, 142 years old. Why are they changing it now?
I am thrilled today to call your attention to a timely article by Vernetta Walker of BoardSource. Here, she takes up the responsibility of boards in guarding and promoting the reputations of their organizations as one of the organization’s most critical assets.