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Storytelling for your Nonprofit: Best and worst practices

I’d like to start by thanking readers for the positive responses to my last piece. I had suspected that writing about marketing for Nonprofits might be a niche where I can contribute, and you verified that suspicion with your encouragement through email and social media.  775 more words

School Of Business

City and County of Honolulu Accepting Grants in Aid Applications

Qualified nonprofit organizations can now apply for grants available through the city’s Grants in Aid (GIA) program. GIA proposals must be submitted by 2 p.m. on November 14, 2016. 322 more words

Ernest Martin

New Volunteer Connection Website from United Way

From our friends at United Way of the Greater Capital Region, for our nonprofit friends:

United Way has developed a local volunteer matching website to help nonprofit organizations recruit volunteers. 89 more words

Resources For Nonprofit Organizations

Crystal's Solid Gold Tips for Job Searching

**NO APOLOGIES FOR TERRIBLE PUNS. Crystal White is solid gold.**

A couple weeks back, we heard from responsible adult Crystal White about her career path, her impressive and varied personal interests and activities, and how she ended up in her job at the National Press Club. 1,053 more words

Career Advice

Haiti and Hurricane Matthew: My Experience and How You Can Help

In the short distance of tarmac from the plane to customs, I looked out the the bus window at pallets stacked high with USAID boxes, organized in rows between CH-53e helicopters. 812 more words


Starting a nonprofit in Ontario: First steps

I consider myself something of a rarity (novelty?) in the School of Business at St. Lawrence College in that my motivation has always been more geared towards marketing in the nonprofit and public sectors vs. 490 more words

Public Policy

Amid orchestra's contract talks, lessons learned after the wolf's been chased away

Louisville Orchestra‘s 2011 bankruptcy recalls one of the morals from Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf” — let down your guard, and you may get gobbled up. 1,103 more words

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