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Spring 2017

Client Spotlight: Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro & Communities in Schools of Greater Greensboro
In 2014, The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro wanted to expand its reach and engage more donors of color in local philanthropic giving. So the Foundation launched the Expanding Community Giving Initiative, selecting six area nonprofits to participate and develop their fundraising capacity among communities of color. Read Full Article


What are the True Costs of Burnout for Nonprofits? 
Burnout occurs in every sector, but it has a special reputation among nonprofits. Google “nonprofit burnout” and you’ll find a book-length list of articles dedicated to preventing or managing this all-too-common occurrence. Read Full Article


3 Nonprofits that Successfully Rebranded—and How They Did It
There are many reasons why organizations choose to rebrand themselves. Outdated logos, mergers, and misperceptions of an organization’s mission are all compelling reasons to reinvent a nonprofit’s image. Read Full Article 


Is Your Nonprofit Ready to Take on Social Entrepreneurship?  
Multiple nonprofits have successfully become social enterprises to create new revenue streams and further their mission.  Girl Scouts of the USA sells cookies and empowers girls, Juma Ventures operates concessions stands and employs economically disadvantaged teens, and the Women’s Bean Project hires women with backgrounds of chronic unemployment to manufacture gourmet goods. Read Full Article


The INS Group Receives Second Contract with U.S. Department of Labor
The Internet has made it easier than ever to create your own logos, graphics, and branding-all on a shoestring marketing budget. There are several free or low-cost web programs to help you bring your creative ideas to reality. Best of all? These resources are so easy to use, you don’t need any formal design experience. Read Full Article

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