Related to: LeadershipBest Practices in Literacy.
Reading Works was named a Best Practices in Literacy Honoree by the Library of Congress. It was one of 18 programs from 6 countries honored.
View Board President, Margaret Barker as she speaks at the Library of Congress and learn why this local literacy program won this prestigious award.
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Related to: EvaluationImproving Capacity Services Across the State.
New Mexico funders have a vested interest in ensuring that the statewide nonprofit sector has the information, support and resources required to operate in an efficient and effective manner to meet the needs of the people and communities they serve. Nonprofits also need to be able to access those services and... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer ManagementSpreading Joy One Match at a Time. Susan Rivenbark is Assistance Dogs of the West's (ADW) Volunteer Coordinator and her actions have an immense impact on all of the organization's activities. A Washington transplant, Susan moved to Santa Fe with her husband, Don after falling in love with the culture, weather, arts and all that is beautiful in Northern New... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingScholarships For First-Generation Learners.
Taos Community Foundation is offering a premier scholarship award to High School Graduates wishing to pursue advancement of higher education. This scholarship is to enable a student as a first-generation learner in their family to seek higher education.
TCF is also hosting 4 separate... Read Article
Related to: Board Development
Jean Block, nonprofit consultant and trainer, describes why the most important thing a new Executive Director can do is to become really knowledgeable about the job of a Board of Directors.
Creating an effective board is a continual process that includes recruitment, engagement and development. Review our tools to help find... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer ManagementEmerging Trends in 2018. Organizations that assist others and their communities rely on committed volunteers. Although that reality is constant from year-to-year, there are some trends you’re likely to see in 2018. And these trends have the potential to change what compels people to give their time to good causes. Purpose is a universal... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & InclusionBoard Diversity & Organizational Action.
The desirability and appropriateness of nonprofit board diversity has long been recognized. What is less understood is the impact diversity has on a board’s engagement and outcomes. This report considers that impact and the factors that contribute to it.
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Related to: Volunteer ManagementRecognize Your Indispensable Volunteers! Each year, thousands of volunteers work to make The Land of Enchantment a brighter place. The City of Albuquerque wants to recognize volunteers dedicated to our community! Deadline: March 9, 2018. Nominate an individual volunteer or group of volunteers for the following awards: Lifetime Achievement... Read Article
Related to: EvaluationReferrals Suspended Effective Immediately. Opened in September 2015, Hope House (one of Crossroads for Women’s three therapeutic communities) will suspend its current services effective June 30, 2018. The organization is suspending taking new referrals to Hope House effective immediately. Like so many local nonprofit organizations, Crossroads is constantly... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingGoal: 60,000 Books by March 31st.
Albuquerque needs children’s books for it’s 14th annual “Read to Me” Book Drive. The goal of the book drive is to collect 60,000 new and gently used books for children from low-income families.
Certainly the public library is a great place to get books, but having books of your own is a great confidence builder for... Read Article