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Why Every Board Needs at Least One Millennial

Millennials have been skewered in the media as selfish, lazy, and apathetic. In 2013, Time magazine declared them as the “Me Me Me” generation. Yet Millennials—defined as individuals born between 1980 and 1996, or those 20-36 years old today—have unique perspectives and skillsets to contribute to nonprofit organizations. Here are three reasons why you should …

Posted in Board Development, Capacity Building, Communications, Donors, Fund Development, Fundraising, Nonprofit Management

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Mergers: Partnering with Strategic Purpose

To merge or not to merge — that may be “the new question” for nonprofits to ask. Economic challenges and increased competition for dwindling resources is motivating many nonprofits to look at merging with other like organizations as a means of ensuring sustainability. Used in the context of business, the term “merger” has the tendency …

Posted in Strategic Planning

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