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Financial Planning

What nonprofit boards need to do to protect the public interest

Public trust in charities is at risk and boards of directors are challenged to go beyond legal requirements to maintain the support of important stakeholders.

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Leadership

What is Movement Capacity Building for Nonprofit Organizations?

The Building Movement Project outlines the differences between traditional organizational capacity building and movement capacity building.

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Financial Planning

How Nonprofits Can Keep Strategy Front and Center

Harvard Business Review details how nonprofit organizations can restructure their board agendas to prioritize strategy at all times, not just intermittently.

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Race

We Need a New Definition of White Ally

Alex Goldman reflects on his experiences in philanthropy and challenges white allies to think and act differently to continue to dismantle power inequalities.

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Race

What Is White Saviorism And How Does It Show Up In Your Workplace?

Janice Gassam Asare discusses white saviorism and how it manifests in workplace interactions with marginalized groups.

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Resource Mobilization

Giving Collectively, with Trust

Blue Avocado addresses one of the longstanding problems of the supplicant-benefactor model in traditional philanthropy and suggests instead giving unrestricted grants.

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Resource Mobilization

11 Simple Ways to Raise Money for a Nonprofit

Donorbox has outlined some straightforward steps nonprofits can take to create more opportunities for donors to give and for organizations to fundraise.

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Leadership

It’s Time for Philanthropy to Reimagine BIPOC Leadership Transitions

Nonprofit Quartley discusses some of the issues that hinder the success of incoming BIPOC leaders and recommends a place to start addressing these barriers.

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Leadership

Nonprofits Must Listen With Their Ears, Not With Their Eyes

Leaders in the social sector can engage in harmful practices when they attempt to speak on behalf of marginalized communities, instead excluding them from key decision making.

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