By Lita Pardi, director, resource deployment, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta In a recent post, we discussed the importance of nonprofit funding that is not restricted, or tied to a specific use. The Community Foundation acknowledges that providing nonprofits with general operating support, or unrestricted funding, empowers organizations to use the funding most effectively. General […]
By Jeff Romig Earlier this year, the Center for Civic Innovation and Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta partnered on the Ideas Challenge, an effort to generate and fund ideas to boost voter turnout for local elections. Romig is the founder of Five Points Civic Strategies and served as a coach for this year’s Ideas Challenge […]
By Erin Drury Boorn, senior philanthropic advisor, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta This past week the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta hosted Coventry Edwards-Pitt, author of Raised Healthy, Wealthy and Wise for our annual Center for Family Philanthropy event. This event is a chance for our donors to learn more about how they want to […]
Although investing in programs is important, I am here to challenge you to consider making an investment that will strengthen an organization from within.
To prepare the rising generation of nonprofit workers, the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance offers the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential, aimed at equipping students with practical experiences, skills and networks.
Join us on Tuesday, June 14 for a webinar focused on executive transitions and succession planning, as well as the 2016 Embrace the Future program, which will launch in August.
This spring, be mindful of what has helped you to bloom, commit to digging deeper to richer earth, and how you might plant a seed that helps our communities thrive.
When you connect with nonprofits as a donor, volunteer or board member, ask their leaders about their partnerships. Encourage them in working differently and in collaboration with others.
In an era of 24-hour news, we are facing a world in which we know more about suffering than ever before. The key is taking time to turn off—but not tune out.