Upcoming Report Briefings in New Mexico

Written by Noelia Mann Race to Lead: Women of Color in the Nonprofit Sector report author Ofronama Biu will be hosting two briefings on the report findings in New Mexico next week. Each briefing is open to the public and will be followed by a facilitated audience discussion. Community Briefing in Santa Fe: When: Tuesday, April 16, […]

In Detroit, the Fight for Community Benefits Begins Anew

Written by Linda Campbell and Daniel Kravetz “On Nov. 8, 2016, Detroit residents voted into law the nation’s first Community Benefits Ordinance (CBO). The law requires any developer receiving over a certain threshold of local public subsidies or tax breaks to engage with a local advisory council to address community concerns. As with traditional Community Benefits […]

BMP 2013: A Year In Review

Written by Building Movement Project 2013 has been a big year for the Building Movement Project. We welcomed Sean Thomas-Breitfeld as our new Co-Director at the start of the year, and are now saying “so long for now” to Caroline McAndrews after nearly a decade helping BMP grow. We developed new research, reports and tools for change agents in […]

Happy Holidays and a Joyful New Year!

As the year draws to a close, we wish you a happy holiday season and a joyful New Year! In the spirit of the season, we wanted to share some great news with you from Detroit: After 18 months of working closely with Project Team member Linda Campbell on issues of food justice in Detroit, […]

Kim Klein on Fundraising, NAMAC Podcast

Project Team Member, Kim Klein, is featured on a recent podcast provided by the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture. The podcast, titled All Weather Fundraising: How Good Causes Raise Money in Bad Times, is a discussion on the state of fundraising in the current economic climate.  Although the session holds valuable information for all nonprofits, it […]

An Interesting Article in the NY Times on Financial Health of Nonprofits

“The financial health of the nation’s nonprofit groups is rapidly deteriorating, according to a survey of some 900 nonprofit leaders around the country. Only 12 percent of those organizations expect to end the year with an operating surplus, compared with 40 percent who ended their most recent fiscal years with money on hand, according to […]

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