Put Georgia Nonprofit NOW at the top of your summer reading list!

Members can read current and back issues of NOW on the new GCN.org!

In issue 5, find our insightful, expert guide to smart human resources practices; the secrets of MedShare’s leadership transition success; and Allen Proctor’s “dual business” model—a smart approach to money-making for money-losing operations. Plus: a conversation with Atlanta Ballet’s CEO and board chair, Alicia Philipp on grantmaking and new projects from The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, the Momentum initiative’s impact on the lower coast, and more. 

Georgia Gives Day 2013 is set!

Wednesday, June 12, 2013
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Mark your calendars!  The second annual Georgia Gives Day will take place November 13, 2013.

Even though we're still 5 months away from November 13, read inside about how you can prepare now to make the most of Georgia Gives Day 2013!

Our members have been busy!

Friday, May 31, 2013
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GCN member organizations continue to make an incredible impact in Georgia and beyond.

From planting trees around Atlanta, helping to build new public health facilities in Haiti, and winning grants to extend their impact, GCN members have had a busy spring.  Read more about our community's achievements inside!

Grant Opportunities | May 31

Friday, May 31, 2013
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Women's rights, arts education, support for designers, the Atlanta Braves Foundation and more!

Crayola: Creative Leadership Grants | Deadline: June 21

Crayola will award up to 20 grants of $2,500 to elementary schools working to develop a team of leaders who can help increase arts-infused education within school and beyond. In addition, each program will receive an in-kind grant of Crayola products valued at $1,000.

2013 Revolutions Awards Winners

Friday, May 31, 2013
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Kate's Club, Bobby Dodd Institute's Wayne McMillan, and Atlanta Ballet's Allen Nelson were recognized as our 2013 Revolutions Awards winners at the Nonprofit Summit Awards...

Congratulations to our 2013 Revolutions Awards winners!  Presented yearly, these awards honor individuals and organizations from across Georgia’s nonprofit sector who have created and implemented a revolutionary change that has had a measurable, transformative impact on an individual, organization or community.  Each award winner’s organization received a check for $1,000, thanks to the generous support of our sponsor, Warren Averett + GH&I.

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