Related to: Communications & Marketing, Related to: TechnologyDigital Marketing Strategies Come In All Shapes and Sizes.
Even if you don't have a fully baked strategy, you probably have all the ingredients you need. So let's mix it up!Remember who you’re baking for
A successful digital marketing strategy starts with an examination of the people... Read Article
Related to: TechnologyDirector Of The American Indian Policy Institute To Deliver Keynote Speech At Tech Roundup
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence and NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network are proud to announce the keynote speaker for the Nonprofit Tech Roundup in Albuquerque this fall: Dr. Traci Morris, Director of the American Indian Policy Institute at Arizona State... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer ManagementFrom Recruitment To Retention: Modern Tools That Engage Boomer Volunteers
Baby boomers — those born during the post–World War II baby boom between 1946 and 1964 — are different from their parents and grandparents in that they will remain healthier, stay active, and live longer than previous generations. Because of this, many boomers look... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy, Related to: CollaborationThe Heart of Gender Justice In New Mexico
NewMexicoWomen.Org, a program of New Mexico Community Foundation, is thrilled to announce the publication of our two-part research report, The Heart of Gender Justice in New Mexico: Intersectionality, Economic Security, and Health Equity. The research was done in collaboration with... Read Article
Related to: LeadershipThe Nonprofit Sector Is Experiencing A Racial Leadership Gap
Studies show the percentage of people of color in the executive director/CEO role has remained under 20% for the last 15 years even as the country becomes more diverse.
To find out more, the Building Movement Project conducted the Nonprofits, Leadership, and Race survey. Over 4,... Read Article
Related to: LeadershipCommunity Foundation Names New E.D.
Terra Winter will start June 12, replacing outgoing executive director Jennifer Cervantes, who will focus on her burgeoning career as a youth author. “I’m really excited,” Winter said. “I’ll be hitting the ground running, in middle of month, so I’ll get to spend some time with Jennifer before she is gone. And I’m looking... Read Article
Related to: Collaboration, Related to: LeadershipNew Mexico Establishes a Public Health Institute. With its headquarters in Silver City, the New Mexico Public Health Institute (NewMexPHI) plans to unify the efforts of nonprofit organizations, government, public and private sectors, hospitals, schools and communities to create more equitable health outcomes for the State’s two... Read Article
Related to: Fundraising
NextGenIn is a grant competition that encourages participants to develop new approaches, strategies, and/or processes to improve the effectiveness, capability, and/or fiscal wellbeing of nonprofit sector organizations or programs. Awards of up to $1,000 each will be made.
Individuals 25 years old or younger, with a partnering NM nonprofit, are eligible to... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy, Related to: CollaborationDuring the first week of May, the Building Movement Project team gathered in Santa Fe and Albuquerque with local partners and community members to share and discuss the findings of the 2016 New Mexico Nonprofit Survey. We gathered at the Center for Nonprofit Excellence in Albuquerque and at the Santa Fe Community Foundation to hear from local... Read Article
Related to: Collaboration, Related to: FundraisingThe Talent Academy cohort application is open! Last March, six fellows graduated from the fellowship with an intimate knowledge of grant writing, proposal development, and project management skills to garner funding for their respective organizations. For this next round, we are looking for more of the same... Read Article