You can only create what you imagine.
As Baby Boomers retire, we need to think about how the next generation of nonprofit leaders will be different.
Does your mail annoy your donors?
How do we reinvent the nonprofit?
Nonprofits may suffer the most from unarticulated expectations.
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Reducing poverty for people at the lower end of the scale would be more powerful than any other form of intervention.
What is happening overall in philanthropic capital markets?
Telling their stories is a powerful way for nonprofits to fundraise.
We should be focused on cultivating and developing the leaders we already have in the nonprofit sector, instead of trying to attract 640,000 new ones.
An unresponsive political system has spurred the need for nonprofits.