Articles by Diana Holder

“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…

In recent years, there has been a disturbing surge in hostility towards gender expansive and transgender individuals. What started out in the U.S. as a heated debate over the use of public…

Is corporate social responsibility dead? This is the question that frequently popped into my mind in the wake of the global financial crisis, when I started noticing companies stating on their…

For this week’s show we have a special guest. Some of you might recognize him for his role in popular series such as Quarterly Report or the full-length feature Government Grant Application. He…

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…

Periods of upheaval usually give rise to the greatest social change. The Great Depression led to the New Deal and a social safety net for Americans. The devastation of World War II gave rise to…

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…

The Cambridge dictionary defines a moonshot as “a plan or aim to do something that seems almost impossible.” If there were ever a time for moonshot solutions, it is now.

“Time is money.” “Work smarter, not harder.” We’ve all heard these popular refrains, yet how many of us actually incorporate these concepts into our everyday work?

Like a photograph of a gentle wave, GrantStation’s annual State of Grantseeking Report usually captures the ebb and flow of the grantseeking experience.