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Civil Society

Compassionate Careers: Making a Living by Making a Difference

 

Fundraising

Driving Medical Research through Major Giving

Nonprofit organizations that invest in fundraising fundamentals can drive major gift donations that lead to transformational change.

By John L. Lehr | 2 | Apr. 6, 2015
 
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Nonprofit Management

Is Excel Making Your Nonprofit Mediocre?

Nonprofits need to use more-sophisticated client- and program-tracking platforms to meet the expectations of today’s funders.

By Curtis Chang | 7 | Mar. 30, 2015
 

Nonprofit Management

When Restrictions Apply

Why general funding for nonprofit organizations is the future of innovation.

By Jocelyn Wyatt | 8 | Mar. 18, 2015
 

Nonprofit Management

The Rise of Antipoverty Relational Work

Nonprofits in the United States are making a revolutionary change in how they approach solutions to poverty.

By Michael Jindra & Ines W. Jindra | 10 | Mar. 17, 2015
 

Nonprofit Management

When Funders Move On

Donors and nonprofits need to learn more about how to help program participants keep progressing after the support ends.

By Jindra Cekan | 23 | Mar. 13, 2015
 

Nonprofit Management

Networks: The New Organizational Strategy

Why nonprofits and funders need to put networks of relationships, instead of transactions and grants, at the core of organizational strategies.

By Charlie Brown | 9 | Mar. 9, 2015
 

Disabilities: A Competitive Business Advantage?

Companies are using the unique talents of individuals with disabilities to create business value.

By Phyllis Heydt | 9 | Mar. 2, 2015
 

Foundations

Redefining Disaster, Preparedness, and Resilience

As the nature, frequency, and scale of disasters grows, the philanthropic sector needs to shift its focus to preparedness through a shared sense of urgency and a commitment to improving data infrastructure.

 

Solution Markets for Justice Reform

By demonstrating shared responsibility and accountability for outcomes that address injustice on a broad scale, justice institutions can help create an open economy for solutions to big, justice-related problems.