Articles by Diana Holder

With Australian wildfires raging, and images of orphaned koalas grabbing international attention, it’s easy to forget that other sensitive Aussie ecosystem under threat: the Great Barrier Reef.

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…

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” But with so many things that need changing, it can be difficult to picture the path to progress. Strategic planning in times like these may leave many…

In Greek mythology, Heracles was given twelve seemingly impossible labors by King Eurystheus of Tiryns. Each was a gargantuan task, with near-certain odds of failure, but Heracles approached them…

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.”

Evenings here in the Basque-Spanish resort city of Donostia-San Sebastián are when the streets used to come to life. But during the ongoing nationwide estado de alarma—the confinement of Spanish…

“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…

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…