Category Archives: Philanthropy

What Do You Stand For?

Posted on by Nina Stack, Council of New Jersey Grantmakers President

  Here is an amazing little insight from one of my favorite writers and leaders in the nonprofit sector, Jan Masaoka, CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits, and the founder of Blue Avocado – one of the very best … Continue reading

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Join Us at David Grant’s Book Signing

Posted on by Dodge

Please join us for a reception and book-signing event on Tuesday, May 12 at the South Orange Performing Arts Center in honor of the release of The Social Profit Handbook: The Essential Guide to Setting Goals, Assessing Outcomes, and Achieving Success for Mission-Driven … Continue reading

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2015 New Jersey Non-Profit Survey Report: Signs of Encouragement and Concern

Posted on by Linda M. Czipo, Executive Director, Center for Non-Profits

The Center for Non-Profits has been conducting annual trend surveys of New Jersey’s non-profit community for the past 14 years. This survey is a central part of our ongoing work to track and report on the issues affecting New Jersey’s … Continue reading

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New Thinking about Networks Makes the Field Better, Stronger, More Effective

Posted on by Dave Biemesderfer, Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers

  The giving sector deserves credit for many things, but efficiency is not always one of them. For as long as there have been foundations investing in worthy causes, there have also been critics rightfully pointing out the duplicative, even … Continue reading

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A Social Sector Game Changer

Posted on by Nina Stack, President, Council of New Jersey Grantmakers

  Those of us tuned into the national trends and policies affecting the social sector learned last month of a small but seismic change coming out of the federal Office of Management and Budget. In the closing days of 2014, … Continue reading

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