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Who 'owns' your nonprofit? The line defining the governance responsibility of board and staff is often hard to see. This fast-paced webinar will help to clarify that line using a football metaphor that everyone can understand.
Jean Block, the webinar presenter, is the author of "The Invisible Yellow Line™ - Clarifying Board and Staff Roles." She will share easy, practical examples of best practices in board and staff roles in governance.
With millions of children, adults, and families across the nation experiencing barriers to achieving their full potential, the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities works with thousands of committed social sector leaders to help their organizations more positively impact their communities. During this time of immense change in our field, the imperative for our network to be strong, excellent, distinct, and influential has never been greater.
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Tracks to Success
Tracks to Success is a GrantStation feature article that focuses on a particular grantmaker or philanthropic trend in order to keep you apprised of the latest “top of topic” subjects within the world of grantseeking, management, and philanthropy.
Meet the Need, and Funding Will Take Care of Itself:
A look inside the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham’s strategic planning process
by Francis Hare
Few, if any, nonprofit organizations have played a broader role in my hometown’s transformation from a Civil Rights era battleground to an emergent symbol of the New South than the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham. Created in 1959, the Foundation has used grants from Community Funds, Advised Funds, and other grantmaking funds to support initiatives ranging from free school lunches in the 1960s to the downtown park that fueled our city center’s ongoing renaissance.
As the steward of more than 470 charitable funds, the Foundation has long placed a premium on the critical importance of strategic planning in guiding both its long-term vision and its daily decisions. Continue reading…
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The 2018 Stavros Niarchos Foundation International Conference on Philanthropy will discuss the concept of disruption. It will examine the effect that pervasive inequality has in disrupting social cohesion both in economic terms and due to the unequal access to education, opportunities, and those factors that facilitate social mobility. In addition, the conference will present those who, through their groundbreaking work, attempt to disrupt this cycle of inequality and bring about change both on a local and global level. Book now to reserve your place at this free conference, which will be held from June 21st to June 23rd at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Athens, Greece.
National Funding Alert
The Call of Duty Endowment helps veterans find high-quality careers by raising awareness of the value veterans bring to the workplace in the United States and the United Kingdom. The Endowment's Seal of Distinction recognizes nonprofit organizations that demonstrate the highest level of effectiveness, efficiency, and integrity in placing veterans in jobs. Learn more about the award guidelines and application process.
Local Funding Alert
The Harley-Davidson Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that enhance the quality of life for the underserved in company communities in Arizona, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.
Canadian Funding Alert
Autism Speaks Canada is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. The organization's Family Services Community Grants provide grants for service providers across Canada to build their capacity through the creation, expansion, and development of programs to support individuals and families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder. Learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.