This article proposes that nonprofit leaders are increasingly focused on secondary issues, and asks, What does the sector stand to gain as a result of retraining our focus from structural concerns to the central questions and principles of nonprofit governance?
Last week I spent some time with my family in Mexico, and we stayed in a house that had no glass in the windows. We were sleeping surrounded by the air from outside. There were, of course, shutters to be closed during a storm.
Billionaire philanthropy is all the rage but where might we look for this exotic but elusive breed of super-rich folk? NYC is still the most favored habitat but Moscow is close behind.
In Grand Lake, Colo. two groups focused on improving lake water quality and ecosystem issues are becoming one, and in doing so, they are creating a more unified advocacy voice.
I have been speaking a lot lately and my message is that this next era is ours for the taking.
One BSA-chartered group does not accept the compromise position proposed to allow gay young people to remain involved in scouting.