Until the moment of need strikes, the high costs of employee turnover are rarely dwelled upon by nonprofit leaders.
For too long, direct mail companies have been taking advantage of nonprofit leaders with empty promises, underhanded tactics, and confusing contracts that serve their interests rather than the nonprofit’s.
Philanthropists should learn from the late John Bogle’s humility and localism. Because of his selfless business decisions, we had one less billionaire philanthropist and millions more middle-class givers spread throughout the world.
How philanthropy’s obsession with metrics makes complete gibberish out of grant proposals.
Perhaps we’ve gone too far in our obsession with three-word slogans and bullet-point presentations.
As long as there are suburbs, the essential communal and civic needs that drove Austrian architect Victor Gruen to design shopping malls will remain.
A social media kerfuffle erupted on the left when an activist took issue with a misleading piece of direct mail he received from the Democratic National Committee…