Inside, we present the results of a United Way survey on giving habits around the deduction, and take a look at hard data in states in which it has been eliminated.
Inside, the president and board vice chair of MedShare share key insights to planning a successful leadership transition.
This week: which television writer will be giving nearly all of his royalties away to charity? What's the latest in the legal drama over unpaid interns? And what do Ryan Gosling and Grumpy Cat have to do with your message? Find out inside!
Georgia State University’s School of Social Work requests proposals from Atlanta area nonprofits and agencies to have second-year MSW students work with them on a community project. These projects would involve groups of four students that partner with an organization to plan, implement and evaluate a community project.
This month, over fifteen member organizations were recipients of grants from The Georgia Council for the Arts. Find out who they are, along with other highlights from GCN members, inside!
Elizabeth will be based in GCN’s coastal office, and will be focused on supporting the southern coastal nonprofit community by establishing effective strategic relationships, leading initiatives, and facilitating GCN member services.
Ronald McDonald House Charities has revised its grant strategy to focus on sustainable, replicable projects that include a train-the-trainer component to advance its mission to address the most pressing issues related to children's health and well being.
Check out what a group of dedicated volunteers accomplished in one day for our friends at the Frazer Center.
Last week, Achieve, in partnership with the Case Foundation, released the 2013 Millennial Impact Report. The survey investigated best practices for reaching, involving and optimizing impact with the Millennial generation.
This week, explore the world of millennials, expanded national service opportunities, a social enterprise nonprofit going commercial, and just how to find and leverage great pictures when your organization doesn’t impact cute babies and puppies.