Nonprofit Voice | Everyone’s Market: Starting a Movement, and Fighting Food Insecurity, at the Farmers Market

News about food insecurity and urban food deserts across the country is ongoing and largely discouraging; a recent Atlanta magazine feature points out that half...

The veteran farmers market shopper might ask, “Why isn’t everyone shopping here?” With a bounty of fresh, locally-grown food available at farmers markets across the state, and such a growing interest in shopping locally and sustainably, why are such small numbers of Georgians shopping at their area market? In 2012, Georgia Organics set out to answer that question—particularly as it relates to statewide food insecurity.

Nonprofit Voice | Confessions of a climate accepter and community builder

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
| by Guest Contributor |

Earth Day turns 44 years old today. From the first celebration in the United States on April 22, 1970, Earth Day has grown into one...

It’s Earth Day. 44 years we’ve been celebrating it, now. We’ve come so far since those surreal years (before my time) when evil companies just dumped chemicals on the ground, in our rivers, or sent them up smoke stacks. So many battles were hard-fought by those early environmental heroes. Big laws were passed, and big lawsuits were won. Dr. Seuss’s Lorax was redeemed! 

ICYMI: Last Week’s Nonprofit News, Today | May 13

Last week, we learned (among other things) which are the most and least charitable states in the nation (We’re No. 14!), what warning signs to...

Each week, we bring you a roundup of the news, analysis, and resources that caught our attention in the past week. Be sure to share the articles and blogs that intrigued you over the past week, in the comments.  

GCN News and Highlights | May 13

From welcoming the High Potential Diverse Leaders Class of 2014 to building strategy and leadership through our Momentum process, read about how GCN is working...

Starting up this spring, 44 nonprofit arts organizations from across the state are taking part in Momentum initiatives now underway in in Albany, Augusta, Macon, and Savannah. GCN’s transformative multi-year process, designed to help nonprofits build strategy and leadership that leads them to higher impact in their communities.

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