The author submits that focusing on individual donors may yield the most return
An interview with Isaac Richard, a young nonprofit leader in Phoenix.
The author submits how nonprofits should act as advocates for democracy
The author interviews board chair, Frank-Paul King, about the decision to merge the three museums that now make up the Museum of Nature & Science.
The author details a Web that tells stories and exposes human injustice and trauma rather than gossip
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The author uses the case of the Swine Flu to illustrate why non-global organizations matter.
By focusing and improving how they treat their donors, nonprofits will find a higher giving retention rate.
An interview with Lindsey McDougle, a doctoral student at the University of San Diego pursuing a degree in Leadership Studies with a specialization in Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies.
We must actively withhold support when we see the government acting in a way counter to our ideals and its own.