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Where Should Nonprofits Use Volunteers? Everywhere.

This post is by Tricia Thompson, vice president of training and consulting at Points of Light. For every dollar nonprofits invest in effective volunteer engagement, they can expect up to $6 in return – a six-fold return on investment. Organizations … Continue reading

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The Coaching and Philanthropy Project: Implications for Nonprofits

by Daniel Martinage A 2010 study of nonprofits use of coaching finds that coaching is an effective tool for strengthening nonprofit leaders. The Coaching and Philanthropy Project (CAP) took a comprehensive look at coaching in the nonprofit arena to determine … Continue reading

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Blaine House Session Highlights Advocacy by Nonprofits & Service Programs

by Brenda Peluso Unfortunately many nonprofits believe if they work to influence public policy, they risk losing their tax-exempt status; therefore, they do not participate fully in our democracy and the expertise they possess and the voices of their constituents … Continue reading

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