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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.
The spending cuts recommended in this year’s State and Federal budget proposals are bad news, but a good reminder: Every nonprofit needs to add their voice and expertise to the policy discussion.
For years, The Atlanta Shakespeare Company has been filling the house with a young and diverse audience. Find out the tactics they use to power their perpetually-renewing support base.
Grants now available for work in disaster prep, food insecurity, puppet theater, dance, social justice, child sexual abuse, and much more.
Getting people’s attention is a continuous challenge. Check out this list of mostly free design, visual & PR tools for your next fundraising campaign, event invite, or any other featured communication.