July 27, 2017
How to Keep Your Charity Neutral in a Partisan World
Nonprofit leaders offer smart tips for remaining apolitical to build bipartisan support among lawmakers and donors. The advice can also benefit groups that take a neutral stance but are plunged unexpectedly into a political controversy, as happened to the Boy Scouts this week after President Trump made a speech at its jamboree that included partisan political comments.
June 28, 2017
Flexibility and Openness Are Key to Revitalizing Older Charities
Nonprofits with long legacies must adapt by giving donors and volunteers more options and less time-consuming ways to get involved, experts say.
June 13, 2017
Coverage and Tools About Fostering Diversity and Inclusion at Your Nonprofit
A collection of resources about building a diverse staff and board, what foundations are doing to help, and more — including how to take advantage of an effort by a group of businesses that announced Monday they are pursuing more diverse and inclusive workplaces.
June 08, 2017
6 Things Charities Should Know About America’s Shifting Demographics
As of the 2010 census, the under-5-year-old population was already majority-minority, and other facts about the rapid changes taking place in the United States.
April 06, 2017
Coaching Board Members for Advocacy Pays Big Dividends
Trustees’ connections and community clout can be invaluable for the nonprofits they serve, but these assets are often underused. Experts share their secrets on how to motivate board members to make your case to legislators and policy makers.