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December 18, 2017

NANOE Contrasts Values With National Council of Nonprofits

NANOE Contrasts Values Statement With National Council of Nonprofits Ethical Codes The National Council of Nonprofits has taken a back seat to the ever expanding National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE) who is fast becoming the Nation’s largest network of charitable organizations. NANOE, now in its eighteen month of service, has grown to 873 agencies making it twenty-times larger than the National Council of Nonprofits (NCP) whose 41 members are State Nonprofit Associations a […]
December 18, 2017

NANOE Nominations Governor’s Overview – Nominee’s Email

NANOE Nominations remain open for 2018’s Board of Governors. Charlotte Berry, NANOE Nominations Co-Chair, has announced that nominations can be made or accepted through 2018. What are NANOE Governors? The National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives has established a Board of Governors comprised of volunteers, donors, academicians, practitioners, and for-profit service providers who work in the human welfare, education, healthcare, arts, animals, environmental, ministry, and church sectors. Among other benefits, NANOE Governors will read […]
December 18, 2017

Four Steps to Writing the Best Content on your Nonprofit Blog

Maintaining a blog is like running a marathon. You can’t just do it on a whim—you have to be in it for the long run, otherwise you won’t be rewarded. So how do you write the right content on your nonprofit blog? When you take away all the bells and whistles, you end up with the foundation of your blog: the content. Your blog is going to have an awfully hard time being exceptional if […]
December 18, 2017

Why Competition in the Nonprofit Sector is Frustrating

For a long time, the nonprofit sector was largely insulated from the pressures of competition common in the for-profit world. As more and more organizations enter the nonprofit arena, however, attention from donors and volunteers becomes increasingly precious. Competition between for-profit businesses is generally seen as healthy, or even necessary. Competition (at least in theory) drives quality upward and costs downward. This sort of theoretical competition exists in the nonprofit world, too: if donors have […]