The ten-county metro Atlanta area is home to approximately 216,000 veterans. This blog series focuses on issues highlighted by a survey of metro vets and veteran-service organizations and potential solutions to enable nonprofits to promote social reintegration. So far, we've posted on the skyrocketing of service usage over time; nonprofits’ capacity to provide veteran-specific assistance. Today, in the final of the three-part series, we'll focus on the mismatch of nonprofits’ focus and veteran needs.
In the latest issue of Georgia Nonprofit NOW, we discussed some of the highlights from the Georgia General Assembly's 2013 legislative session and provided a more in-depth look at 2013 legislation affecting Georgia's nonprofit sector. Today, we'll take a deeper dive into HB 106, Georgia's 2014 state budget, which went into effect on July 1.
In this week's portion of our analysis of the study, explore the challenges facing nonprofits as they attempt to reach out to Veterans who may need their services.
Armed with a decade of data from the Census and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, explore the findings of this CNCS study – and advice for job-seekers – in this post.
More than 70% of metro Atlanta nonprofits do not have succession plans. Inside, read why GCN Senior Consultant Mary Bear Hughes believes there are so many obstacles to succession planning and how you can begin today.