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My last post I stated, Throughout my development career—almost 30 years now—I have been reminded regularly that fundraising just isn’t brain surgery. But I’ve begun to think that maybe it is.” One person who definitely thinks it is is Alison … Continue reading
Throughout my development career—almost 30 years now—I have been reminded regularly that fundraising just isn’t brain surgery. But I’ve begun to think that maybe it is. If it isn’t, if it is something that is not very hard and doesn’t … Continue reading
As election results sink in and so many are asking what now, one answer is to support those nonprofits that work in the areas likely to be most affected: health care, immigration, gay rights, racism, sexism, real news, and so … Continue reading
I am a counter. That’s how I know that there are 276 stairs up to the Baldwin Hills Scenic overlook. Or maybe it is 278. For not only am I a counter, but I am a careless one. I blame … Continue reading
According to BoardSource, nonprofit boards have 10 basic responsibilities. They range from determining mission and purpose to enhancing the organization’s public standing. In between there are responsibilities about selecting and evaluating the chief executive, ensuring effective planning, providing oversight and … Continue reading