In many ways, the innovative work and extremely low budgets of FCCs are reminiscent of the joke about Ginger Rogers: She had to do everything Fred Astaire did, but backwards and wearing heels.
The story of ACORN illustrates how seemingly strong nonprofit organizations can hide weaknesses and vulnerabilities. ACORN’s downfall exemplifies what happens when a variety of factors are allowed to combine to bring an organization down. However, a more in-depth analysis of ACORN’s death reveals possible...
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Another brick-and-mortar casualty as an era draws to a close with the loss of a historic landmark.
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.
Broadway Worldsays that Pig Iron School’s Devised Performance program is poised to “change the landscape of theater education.”
After a financial “meltdown” in 2014, San Francisco’s Intersection for the Arts has narrowed its focus and regained its financial footing to better serve the local arts community.
I want to call people’s attention to the fact that in every story of a management fiasco, there are artifacts that you can point to—odd details that reflect the whole gestalt.
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