Tracks to Success Archives

This 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.
Smart Cities

Digital technology has provided society with hundreds of advances that make life easier and better for everyone. From the personal computer to the Internet to the smartphone to the Internet of…

CSR Word Map

If you are a fundraiser or need to generate revenue for your organization, you have no doubt heard a whirlwind of phrases, such as corporate social responsibility, sustainability, Triple P,…

People working together

SeaChange was founded in 2008 by Charles Harris and Robert Steel, two Goldman Sachs partners, who shared a belief that a dedicated team providing select investment banking services to the…

One of the “50-Mule Team”

How many communities can mark a watershed event as a literal turning point? For Walker County, a predominantly rural collective of 14 towns in northwest Alabama, that event was the same cluster of…

Clock

This installment of Tracks to Success focuses on part 2 of the topic of corporate social responsibility.

Our guest today is Linda Lattimore. Linda is a seasoned lawyer, corporate executive…

Nonprofit For profit

This installment of Tracks to Success focuses on part one of the topic of corporate social responsibility.

Our guest today is Linda Lattimore. Linda is a seasoned lawyer, corporate…

Woman with picture

According to the Fundraising Effectiveness Project, the average donor retention rate for nonprofits in the U.S. for 2017 was below 50% (specifically 45.5%). That means that only 45.5 percent of…

Bridge

The Bridge to Bridge Fund is designed to provide small to medium sized nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area with short-term cash flow loans. The loans are meant to support operations while the…

Woman with picture

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…

Border Fence

As part of GrantStation’s exploration of how nonprofits are dealing with poverty, we decided to take a look at the U.S.-Mexico border area, especially given rising political tensions between the…

Girl with Airplane

The Annie E. Casey Foundation has been working to promote the well-being of America’s children for more than 60 years. So the Foundation was among the funders that came to mind when GrantStation…

Diverse People

Like most mothers of necessity, Operation Stand Down Tennessee (OSDTN) was founded in 1993 by a coalition of organizations and volunteers, many of them veterans themselves, to help Nashville’s…