Fund and Sustain Your Work
March 7, 2013Produced by:
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Explanation of proxy indicators: some indirect ways of assessing a charity’s work can be easy, inexpensive, and reliable and can yield valuable information. At time- and cash-strapped charities, proxy indicators can be a way to get a relatively quick understanding of whether a program is moving in the right direction.
March 6, 2013Produced by:
Crowdfunding. The word is ringing in the ears of nonprofit fundraisers and executive directors this year. So why is this buzzword suddenly all over the place in the nonprofit world?
March 4, 2013Produced by:
Action for Healthy Kids
Every year, the Action for Healthy Kids is announces School Grants for Healthy Kids opportunities for the upcoming school year. On average, around 400 schools will be awarded funds that will range from $1,000 to $5,000 with significant in-kind contributions from Action for Healthy Kids in the form of people, programs, and school breakfast and physical activity expertise. Ac
February 25, 2013Produced by:
The Wallace Foundation
Just like for-profit businesses, not-for-profit enterprises need strong financial management to ensure they can deliver the best services possible to the people who depend on them.
February 4, 2013Produced by:
Doodle 4 Google is a 2013 contest where we invite students in the United States to use their artistic talent to think big and redesign Google's Doodle for millions to see. This year, they are asking students to exercise their creative imaginations around the theme, "My best day ever..."
January 11, 2013Produced by:
The Toyota U.S.A. Foundation is committed to improving the quality of K-12 education throughout the country by supporting innovative programs and building partnerships with organizations dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of mathematics, science, and environmental science.
December 12, 2012Produced by:
LEGO Children's Fund
The LEGO Children's Fund is committed to helping children develop their creativity and learning skills through constructive play.
December 5, 2012Produced by:
Youth Service America
The Disney Friends for Change Grants program offers young change-makers in the United States funding to help make a lasting, positive change in their communities and the world.
December 5, 2012Produced by:
American Honda Foundation
The purpose of this funding is to support projects that meet the needs of youth, especially minority students. Projects have included job training and math, science, technology, and environmental education improvement, including curriculum development. Emphasis is placed on broad, innovative, and forward-thinking projects with national scope.
November 16, 2012Produced by:
Viola W. Bernard Foundation
The Viola W. Bernard Foundation was established to provide seed money for innovative mental health programs with an emphasis on families and children. The purpose of this program is to support innovative programs that address the interplay between social conditions and the psychological health of children and families.