We’re thrilled to launch the second year of #SupportingOurSector today – a nonprofit prize competition that is funded by the business community and decided by the public (you!) through popular vote.
Whether your business is large or small, and whether you are a CEO or a new add to the team, helping your business add on elements of community mindedness has benefits beyond employee morale. This week, we’re sharing ways to expand through ‘Easy CSR’ and adding an employee volunteering benefit.
This week, we continue our conversation about impact investing with Georgette Wong in our Philanthropist Around Town series. In case you missed it, check, out the first part here.
This month, our Philanthropist Around Town series features Georgette Wong, CEO, Correlation Consulting, and the Creator of Take Action! The Impact Investing Summit. She shares her experiences with the field of impact investing and offers advise for those interested in exploring more in this two part post.
Is summer a slow time for your organization? If yes, and if you don’t already have a white board scribbled with ideas or post-its cluttering your monitor, we’re sharing some ideas for how to spend a season that finally has some downtime with this list of summer initiatives.
If you don’t have a crisis communications plan, there’s no better time than the present to start. And if you have one, today is the day that you should dust it off and revise it!
We spoke with several colleagues to gather input and have hosted a variety of team meetings, appreciation events, and team building retreats ourselves over the years. In this week’s post, we share some of the key elements that lead to a successful team retreat. Whether you’re planning your first one, or considering giving some new life to a tried and true method, take a look at these tips.
Beyond being a buzzword, ‘going green’ can have tremendous benefits at your nonprofit. From cost savings to increased employee engagement, to healthier workplaces and being better community stewards of resources, there are a number of highly relevant reasons to greening your nonprofit. But where to start? This week, we share some resources to ‘go green’ that help!
How do you prepare and pack for a trip that includes giving back and often in an unknown culture? While seemingly daunting, here are eight tips that might help you even better prepare for your upcoming trip.
With school breaks around the corner and increasing interest in voluntourism, we’re sharing a list of sites that offer travel opportunities that give back.