Coming up June 19:
Our annual Nonprofit Board Leadership Clinic
High Potential Diverse Leaders Class of 2013 starts June 7. This unique annual program provides a select group of nonprofit "rising stars" to come together for a immersive leadership development experience. Learn more and apply now.
Spring into professional development.
Explore the breadth of course offerings, clinics and certificates featuring targeted courses in management, marketing, HR and more. Download our Spring Course Catalog >>
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What makes communities thrive? The answer is at the heart of GCN’s work: it drives our strategy and programs. When nonprofits get smarter, stronger, and more sustainable, bigger results happen. In 2012, GCN introduced and expanded an array of initiatives focusing on building strategy, generating resources, and developing leaders to help our state’s nonprofits move to higher performance levels. Read our Annual Report >>
How can we best serve our vets?
GCN’s Metro Atlanta Veterans’ Services Research Project is the first comprehensive study designed to gain a more holistic understanding of how best to support area veterans. This original research, which GCN conducted in partnership with The Home Depot Foundation, explores the variety and depth of services available to veterans, identifies nonprofit service and veteran need disparities, and recommends strategies to overcome barriers to service. DOWNLOAD THE REPORT >>
Six years and one “Great Recession” after the initial 2003 report,the nonprofit sector has grown considerably and is still an economic force in Georgia. With a payroll exceeding $10 billion and total employment of more than 231,000 people, if it were classified as its own industry, the Georgia nonprofit sector would rank ninth among Georgia sectors in terms of total compensation.
Download the full report here.
Download the executive overview here.
Momentum is a multi-year nonprofit capacity building project, launched by GCN in partnership with St. Marys United Methodist Church Foundation and the Corporation for National and Community Service. Through an array of free information, services, learning and networking opportunities, Momentum is helping 88 nonprofits in Brantley, Camden, Charlton and Glynn counties to tackle pressing needs and deliver greater community impact. LEARN MORE > >
Together, we made history!
On Dec. 6, thousands of Georgians came together for the first-ever Georgia Gives Day, hosted by GCN. The goal: to bring the state together as one community in order to raise as much money and awareness as possible for Georgia nonprofits.
To date, over 1,300 participating nonprofits have received more than 7,200 donations, totaling over $800,000 in contributions. Click here to learn more about those who helped make the inaugural event a great success.
GAgives.org serves as a year-round resource where the public can search for and support the local nonprofits that touch our lives every day, and a free tool that nonprofits can use for fundraising campaigns.