Can an Established Nonprofit Still Be Innovative

Can an Established Nonprofit Still Be Innovative

Can an established nonprofit still be innovative? It’s a question that any “blue chip” company has to be ready to respond “yes” to in order to ensure continued growth. So if being innovative is viewed as being critical to a for-profit company’s success, why wouldn’t...
7 Essential Tips for an Effective Fundraising Strategy

7 Essential Tips for an Effective Fundraising Strategy

As someone who volunteers and sits on a number of boards for nonprofits, it is my goal to add value and make an impact by curating thoughtful discourse, making connections or volunteering for events. Inevitably, however, I am asked to do the one thing I dislike most....
What this Facebook change means for nonprofit news

What this Facebook change means for nonprofit news

For independent and nonprofit media, news that Facebook overhauled its News Feed to focus on what friends and family share is clarifying. I don’t mean that it’s good. In fact, it’s likely to diminish the reach of important news. A company that could be a global force...
Did that accident cause those injuries?

Did that accident cause those injuries?

Consider reviewing a claim by an individual who asserts that he or she has suffered physical injuries from being involved in a low-impact motor vehicle accident. Depending on the specific situation, the person may claim a variety of injuries. How can anyone know if...
Connections to a Cause: The Millennial Way of Charity

Connections to a Cause: The Millennial Way of Charity

It was an otherwise routine bus ride through the Costa Rican countryside several years ago that changed the way Chase Adam thought about what makes people give. Mr. Adam, a 24-year-old Peace Corps volunteer at the time, noticed that a woman canvassing riders for...