Monthly archive for April2013

Learn, Apply, Grow

I recently came to the realization that I want to work with nonprofit organizations after graduation, but with that also came the realization that there is currently only one class at Stonehill offered on this subject. That’s when I discovered the Center for Nonprofit Management….

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What Does it Cost to Change the World?

Watch This Video First! Here you have a thirteen year old kid with the mindset that he can change the world. Some might think, “Oh that’s cute but what real change can a teenager make?” Julien, however, has a distinct yet pretty simple plan: get…

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Sandy Raised More Than Waves

Do we need a devastating storm to hit close to home in order for people to be generous these days? According to an article in The Nonprofit Times titled, “Stormy Weather Pushed Giving Higher for 2012,” without Super Storm Sandy hitting this past October, 2012…

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Gov’t Grants: Inside the Mind of the Reviewer

We’re always looking for an “insider’s edge” when it comes to getting money for our organizations. However, very few actually know where to look or what to look for when in search of this edge. One way to get this edge is by understanding the…

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