“When people say you can’t change the way people think about charity, I think, ‘Oh yeah? Watch,’” Dan Pallotta, the founder and president of Charity Defense Council said in the teaser of his new film, “Uncharitable,” which is coming to select theaters in the fall.
As we know, nonprofits are essential for society. But now more than ever, it’s vital for nonprofits to remain ahead of the curve at a time when generative AI captured the imaginations of the public.
Nonprofit leaders share their strategies to help smaller organizations maximize resources and minimize expenditures.
Nonprofit staff need their imaginations. Nonprofit professionals tackle poverty, hunger, homelessness, environmental justice, etc. — problems that defy technical solutions. If the sector is to go beyond Band-Aid solutions, nonprofits need ample doses of creativity and innovation for finding new solutions.
Ballmer Group, Echoing Green, and New Profit fund a new initiative to address the systemic funding gap for Black-led nonprofits.
Few topics have been as polarizing in workplace culture as return-to-office policies. From organizations embracing a new, work-from-anywhere era to those mandating a return to five days a week in the office, every solution has its supporters and detractors.
The Leadership in Art Museums initiative will commit over $11M in funding to museums to increase racial equity in leadership roles.
Mission creep is a common challenge for many nonprofit organizations. It happens when an organization gradually shifts focus away from its original mission in order to take on new initiatives not closely aligned with its core goals. Here are my top five tips for avoiding mission creep in a nonprofit.
Organizations facing skyrocketing energy costs need to access available tools to help lower utility costs. Here is a strategy to do so.
Builders Initiative and Social Finance released a new report on barriers and opportunities associated with mission-related investments.