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More Than a Shelter, Advocates for Children Reaches Thousands

For nearly 30 years, GCN member Advocates for Children has been working to prevent child abuse in Northwest Georgia and provide its victims with stability, treatment and dedicated protectors. Through programs that include counseling for children...

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Street GRACE: Building Partnerships that Save Exploited Kids

Bringing together 80 churches, 50 organizations and more than 2,000 volunteers, member nonprofit Street GRACE leads a multi-pronged assault against the commercial sexual exploitation of children in Atlanta and throughout the state, where hundreds...

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Taking Measure

Discover surprising news about the changing nature of Foundation-Nonprofit relations in Georgia, and what’s keeping you from your next grant, in this report from a ground-breaking survey conducted by Georgia Grantmakers Alliance, The...

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The Number One Rule for Powerful Board Fundraising

Your board can be a powerful fundraising machine—but only if you prepare it properly for the rigors of “the Ask.” GCN’s Nonprofit Consulting Group VP Cindy Cheatham helps you get board members into the giving—and...

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We didn't just "wake up with a dream"

Congressman John Lewis discusses his new book, Across That Bridge, as well as a new generation of activists, the importance of nonprofits, and the power of outreach to move people and affect change.

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Facebook Advertising Can Drive Huge Results

Increasingly, social media marketing is considered essential for attracting, engaging and retaining potential donors, volunteers and ambassadors.  With more than one billion users, Facebook remains the most used social media site in the...

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Your Own Best Resource: Five Ways to Invest in Yourself

As a busy nonprofit executive, one of the last things you think about is yourself. But just like we have to make time for our physical and mental health, we should also be working on our career health. The double payoff for your self-regard:...

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