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From The Great Resignation to the Great Awakening

From The Great Resignation to the Great Awakening

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 new employment with another organization may be a...

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The Gift of Scholarship Can Leave a Lasting Impact

The Gift of Scholarship Can Leave a Lasting Impact

Special to the Philanthropy Journal by Chris Calmer, UMB Bank The season of giving is upon us and as you start to think of how you can be charitable this year, consider the gift of scholarship. It’s a different way of giving back and can leave a legacy for years to...

Onboarding New Board Members

Onboarding New Board Members

Boardable CEO Jeb Banner gives tips on how to improve onboarding for new board members to create a valued and effective team.

How to Navigate Through Tough Times

How to Navigate Through Tough Times

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.

How Mission Can Drive a Leader in the Day to Day

How Mission Can Drive a Leader in the Day to Day

Simply put the mission is everything for the nonprofit leader. Whether a small nonprofit just starting out, or a large nonprofit looking to realign, the mission will guide the day to day and the future.

Implementing Trauma-Informed Care in Your Nonprofit

Implementing Trauma-Informed Care in Your Nonprofit

Nonprofits often benefit and work with individuals who have experienced trauma in their life. This means that the way we provide care and services needs to be trauma-informed. Dr. Peter Gamache and Jackie Griffin from Turnaround Life, Inc. talk about why this is important and what steps nonprofits should do to ensure trauma-informed care happens from top to bottom.

Stretching Family Control Over Charitable Interests

Stretching Family Control Over Charitable Interests

When a private foundation is established alongside either a charitable remainder trust or charitable lead trust, you and your family can receive all the usual benefits of these trusts while retaining charitable control—potentially forever.