Articles by Diana Holder

With federal funding cuts, threats to the Johnson Amendment, and a slew of unprecedented natural disasters, 2017 was nothing if not an eventful year for nonprofits and funders across the United…

If you’ve ever spent any time in investing circles or on social media, you may be familiar with the term FOMO, or the “fear of missing out.”

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” When it comes to getting your next project funded, or keeping your nonprofit afloat for the next 12 months, the task ahead may indeed…

When you think of the holiday fundraising season, what springs to mind? For me, it’s the aesthetic of Tim Burton’s movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas, which combines visual elements from both…

As the holidays approach, many nonprofit organizations are gearing up for their year-end fundraising campaign. If you work as a fundraising professional, this may be a stressful time of year for…

If you asked me to pinpoint the exact origin of my love for travel, I would tell you, without hesitation, it stemmed from a childhood obsession with Pippi Longstocking.

2017 was a year of activism. The women’s movement grabbed headlines globally with #MeToo and the Women’s March. Black Lives Matter continued working towards racial justice and freedom from…

It all started with an unknown individual, or individuals, named “Satoshi.” In early 2009, as the world was in the early stages of one of the deepest recessions in recent memory, Satoshi unleashed…

Recently, I came across a fascinating article about a New York secretary named Sylvia Bloom who, unbeknownst to even those in her inner circle, had built up a large fortune over the course of her…

By June of each year, most teachers I know are completely burned out and desperately in need of their summer vacation. Nonprofit directors, who are just as likely to suffer from…