The “All In” Woman Philanthropist
In 2020, women in the U.S. controlled one-third of household financial assets–more than $10 trillion. Over the next decade, women [...]
4 Ways Your Grantmaking Organization Can Stay Relevant to Your Community’s Changing Needs
Managing a mission while meeting the evolving needs of a community is a complex and dynamic process. As communities change [...]
4 Times Churches Should Use Waivers
Churches are home to fantastic communities and act as gathering places for children, parents, family, and friends. Now that churches [...]
Funders: Considering Collaboration? Start With a Light Touch and See Where It Leads
When smaller, place-based foundations collaborate and align their work, they provide unique value to local communities and nonprofits. Still, many [...]
Turning Visitors into Customers: Maximising Retail Potential for Museums
Museum shops can and should be more than just walls of collection postcards and bins of branded pencils. With captive [...]
The Champion Healthcare Fundraisers are Overlooking
As improving community health becomes a definitive strategic priority for most hospitals, development must learn a new “beat” – and [...]
Q&A with sgLEADERS: Alicia Dicks, The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties
Alicia Dicks, president & CEO of The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, shares her insights in this Q&A series on social good leadership.
How Social Good Organizations Can Boost Voter Engagement in the U.S.
Nonpartisan tips for nonprofits and social good organizations to make sure our communities are engaged and voting.
5 Steps to Creating Effective Community Health Initiatives
Explore several steps that will help your organization create effective community health initiatives.
Frequently Asked Questions About Virtual Volunteering
Organizations learn how to effectively engage employees virtually while making big impacts in their communities during the coronavirus pandemic.