How many times have you gone to a nonprofit event and thought: déjà vu all over again. From my experience, it’s far too often. In fact, not long ago, a contributor to many good causes articulated to me the heretical idea to combine the local annual galas into one big lollapalooza. After all, went the […]
Read My Guest Blog on Inside Philanthropy
I’m delighted to share my blog on Inside Philanthropy, for development professionals.
Here are a few lines to whet your interest, then follow the link to Nope, "Hedge Fund Cares is Not An Oxymoron". It's a Nonprofit Win-Win Case Study. (Inside Philanthropy is subscription based, but visitors get free views.) Please comment on the site or send comments to me on twitter, LinkedIn or via email.
Started in 1998, HFC has since expanded to become a global foundation active in 12 major cities in the U.S. and abroad. How it evolved can offer valuable lessons for development offices.
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