The latest updates from our members and partners, highlighting the ways you have adapted to help Georgia meet the challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Easy, upbeat, and service-oriented methods for inspiring stakeholders and prospects to give in a time of economic and personal uncertainty, from NU instructor and philanthropy director Brenda Johnson.
Senior Consultant Kathy Keeley on the questions, options, and actions you must consider to ensure your nonprofit is able to absorb the shock of our present emergency, and come out on the other side even more...
Dad’s Garage Theatre Managing Director Lara Smith details four principles that have helped them succeed in fast-changing crisis circumstances, each rooted in their commitment to...
Grants now available for food security, senior care, art conservation, domestic violence shelters, immigrant and refugee services, youth athletics, and much more.
To help ensure your message is received, NU instructor April Voris identifies four of-the-moment tactics for standing out in a crowded online environment.
The latest updates from our members and partners, highlighting accomplishments and impact, new partnerships, staff moves, and more. (Get yours delivered monthly! Sign...
Grants now available for improving community centers, strengthening democratic institutions, supporting military families, and much more.
A six-step guide to “the ask” from some of Georgia’s experts in major gift cultivation, with tips for any request you might make of your most important supporters.
How to plan a complete response to the current public health event, and ready for the next unexpected emergency, by focusing on three key dimensions: employees, stakeholders, and business disruption.