The bankruptcy hearings of a community-based health center seem a very sad public end for a community program.
I approve of shooting one’s mouth off and would like to see more of it in this sometimes excruciatingly self-censoring sector. But, when it can affect the image of the organization and its relationships and possibilities, it is always VERY wise to check in with the board first.
I believe that all boards should read the article and discuss what they have in place for their leader’s eventual exit.
Have young women provided us with a picture of future giving patterns? Help NPQ explore these findings.
In New York, four large Jewish social service agencies have been rocked by major scandal. The Jewish Daily Forward raises questions of insularity.
NPQ has been monitoring stories about the recovery, or lack thereof, of all types of nonprofits now that we’ve “passed the end of the recession.” We’d love to gather some of your stories about the situations you face and the strategies you have deployed.