How can we work together in the nonprofit sector to produce results that we can all benefit from?
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Although the market demand exists, there have not been sustainable ways to finance basic water needs. That is, until Water.org introduced WaterCredit in South Asia.
If you do a great job and make the most of your network of peers and colleagues, you’ll be well on your way to creating a successful nonprofit career path.
Archaic ideas and the fundamental restructuring taking place in our economy, makes business as usual unacceptable.
The most important issue for the social sector in the United States in 2011 will be the effects of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United vs. the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
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If you shut out the clamor and look dispassionately at the communication hurdles that confront you, it’s not at all clear that new media is delivering on its promise.
Will Tuesday’s election change government’s relationship to the nonprofit sector?
Failure and its upside—a report from the 2010 PopTech conference.
Focusing on other people is something that comes naturally to many nonprofit practitioners. What’s harder for us is asking for help when we need it.
A plea for across-the-aisle conversations about overhead.