We love it when one trend meets another in a truly unexpected way. . Pot is on its way to being as legal as alcohol, and symphonies are innovating to attract new audiences, so the Colorado Symphony Orchestra’s announcement of a series of “cannabis-friendly” fundraising concerts should come as no surprise.
On May 6th, community foundations all over the country energetically sponsored Giving Days, with proceeds going to local nonprofits. As a centennial celebration of the founding of the first community foundation, it was exactly the right thing at the right time!
Even if you have been fairly stable thus far as a small nonprofit, it is worth having emergency plans, which should, first and foremost, include plenty of committed friends.
It is, of course, very common for donors to give stock in lieu of cash, but this guy donated his entire business to be run as a social enterprise by two of his favorite charities.
An environmental group has gathered thousands of signatures in support of removing conservative billionaire David Koch from the board of Boston’s preeminent public broadcasting station.
The years of the recession were tough on many small businesses but not so for thrift stores. They have been experiencing their boom years.