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Nonprofit Management Takes Lessons From the For-profit World

I don’t know about you, but I’ve heard more often than not about how nonprofits need to run more like a business. They either don’t have a strategy for the future and operate more from the heart, are not financially disciplined in how they get money to sustain their...

Project Joybells: A Magical Gift to Families at Christmas

He who gives a child a treat makes joybells ring on Heaven’s street…” This quote from poet William Blake was part of the inspiration for the annual Christmas Joybells Program, now in its 28th year of operation. Dorothy Walsh Buckley was the person who started Joybells...

In the Service of Others

By Jason Sullivan-Halpern, Volunteer Coordinator Mahatma Gandhi once remarked that “the best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Those words have always resonated with me. Gandhi’s sentiment has definitely been true for me thus far as I...