By Arielle Levy and Julie Greengard When you find yourself organizing workshops or any kind of learning sessions for adults, the last thing you want to do is unintentionally make a participant feel unwelcome or invisible, or make it hard for participants to absorb the content … [Read more...] about Designing Engaging and Inclusive Workshops
By Melissa Goraj, CPA
During the second decade of the 21st century, software transformed how we interact with our communities. In 2010, WiFi was slow, smart phones were rare, and Facebook was still (mostly) for college students. As we close out 2019, we can reflect on how … [Read more...] about Ready for the 2020s?
3 Reasons Why Your Organization Needs a Technology Strategy
By Robin Ashleigh David Ben Gurion famously said, “It’s not enough to be up to date; you have to be up to tomorrow.” To be “up to tomorrow” in the not-for-profit sector, a thoughtful evaluation of your work and its impact is absolutely essential. Prove your impact In the ever-ch … [Read more...] about Prove and Improve your Impact Like a Pro – Getting Started with Impact Evaluation
By Aaron Saxe “What would remain if Foundation funding disappeared?” This was a common question that former Jim Joseph Foundation Executive Director Chip Edelsberg posed to challenge the professional team during the early launch phases of Foundation-supported teen education ini … [Read more...] about Will it Last? Introducing A Tool to Assess Program Sustainability
By Josh Gold For a nonprofit organization, it’s essential to be able to reach out successfully to both allies and beneficiaries. That question is always under consideration. This applies to donors, volunteers, members, and constituents. How do we appeal to those in need, so … [Read more...] about “How do we Convince People that we’re Worth their Attention?”