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December 20, 2017

NANOE Governors’ Challenge – 6 NEW GUIDELINES – Kathy Robinson

NANOE Governors are donors, volunteers, staff, vendors and board members who will perform FIVE TASKS to refine and improve new policies that transform the way we do charity. NANOE Governors will be the first to review New Guideline’s for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit’s – 2nd Edition which contains 6 NEW IMPACT GUIDELINES designed to supercharge nonprofit capacity-building. Governors will contribute to the development of each guideline providing recommendations that ensure the health and future of our charitable sector. Please take a […]
December 19, 2017

David Oaks, CNE – Jerusalem School Bethlehem – Israel

David Oaks, CNC – Jerusalem School Bethlehem Foundation: David Oaks, CEO of Jerusalem School Bethlehem Foundation (JSBF), has dedicated his life to educating Arab Children in the Nation of Israel for over twenty-years. He’s a capacity-builder who supplies funding to a variety of programs in the Middle-East with a special emphasis on growing programs at Jerusalem School of Bethlehem (JSB).  JSB, a internationally accredited and academically rigorous K-12 school, is staffed with American teachers who share […]
December 19, 2017

Show, Don’t Tell: The Importance of Infographics

As part of a team that runs a nonprofit, you are probably well acquainted with the difference your organization is making. You may even expend a lot of time, effort, and / or funds spreading awareness and trying to show the impact your nonprofit has. Polls and surveys indicate that people are more likely to donate to a cause that they know is making a difference, but the question is: How do you let people […]
December 18, 2017

Diana Ruano, United Nations Refugee Agency, to Perform NANOE Governors Keynote Address in Charleston, SC

NANOE Governors will host Diana Ruano, of the United Nations Refugee Agency, as one of seven keynote addresses at their […] The post Diana Ruano, United Nations Refugee Agency, to Perform NANOE Governors Keynote Address in Charleston, SC appeared first on 501c3.buzz.