Ned Breslin shares what he’s learned about empowering local economies through 20 years of service in Africa.
A health organization that partners with a fast food chain has its priorities out of whack. In the case of Susan G. Komen For The Cure, a choice like that can lead to very poor optics in the media. A non-profit executive’s salary should be at least somewhat commensurate to a similar position in the […]
Katya Andresen is profoundly impatient for change. She is also the COO of Network for Good, a fundraising and marketing guru, and one of the most important voices in the non-profit blogosphere. Here is her excellent blog: http://www.nonprofitmarketingblog.com/ Mark Rovner is the founder and CEO of Sea Change Strategies, a non-profit marketing and fundraising whiz […]
Free is never really free. A friend who helps you as a favour or a volunteer (great as they are) do not have the same accountability of paid professionals. You can get by with a lot less than you think you need to get by. People talk a lot about overpaid non-profit staff, but I […]
The Cape Town native has conceived and implemented projects such as building Roman-style roads across South Africa, an interactive initiative to prevent domestic violence, and funding traditional stick-fighting tournaments—which he describes as “more violent than cage fighting” and, also, “really cool.”