Special to the Philanthropy Journal By Melanie Davis-Jones In typical icebreaker games, one of the questions inevitably is, “If you were a superhero, what would your superpower be?” I usually choose flying because it seems like fun. Now, what I would do facing the bad...
Special to the Philanthropy Journal By Vicki Pozzebon The last 20 months have put us all on edge, lifted our awareness antennae, and shown us that different opportunities and ways of working are out there and crucial to finding an equitable path forward. While seeking...
Welcome back! First of all, I would like to take a moment and thank all of our champions and supporters; to those of you who have reached out during our hiatus and checked in; to those of you who have shared in our excitement throughout the process of bringing PJ...
By Craig Martin Torrents of rain came down but it was the incredibly high wind that scared many living across the island of Puerto Rico during hurricane Maria. Sure, Puerto Ricans had experienced many hurricanes in the past but this was the storm of all storms....
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While the geological outlook in reversing climate change looks bleak, the future for Casa Pueblo is hopeful.
Each life experience offers scaffolding upon which we can build. And it is through these processes we can discover something new.
Manuel Oliver lost his son Joaquin on the deadly February 14th, 2018 Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.
The giving the gift of scholarship can be transformative. UMB Bank’s Chris Calmer talks about how it is a different way of giving back and can leave a legacy for years to come.
Rough economic times hit nonprofits and leaders of color the hardest. Maria Orozco of The Bridgespan Group outlines 8 steps to prepare for when the going get rough.
Nonprofit mergers often look like acquisitions. Penn-Mar Human Services CEO Greg Miller explains how to do healthy and equal mergers for nonprofits.
Should your nonprofit collaborate with others? Peter Gamache and Jackie Sue Griffith from Turnaround Life show how your organization can benefit from collaborations and how to choose the right partner.
Boardable CEO Jeb Banner gives tips on how to improve onboarding for new board members to create a valued and effective team.