October 1, 2020
April 26, 2020
NANOE's Eruption Onto The Nonprofit Scene Jack Horak

NANOE’s Eruption Onto The Nonprofit Scene – Jack Horak

NANOE’s Eruption Onto The Nonprofit Scene is Jack Horak’s take on how our Nation’s newest charitable intermediary organization defied industry convention and has made it’s mark. Jack is one of the founders of The Alliance for Nonprofit Growth and Opportunity (TANGO). Here’s what he has to share: A few years back the then newly formed National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE) erupted onto the scene with a head turning proposition: money is more important […]
April 14, 2020
Nonprofit Answers to COVID-19 Questions

Nonprofit Answers to COVID-19 Questions – Jack Horak

Nonprofit Answers to COVID-19  was written  by Jack Horak who proposes that the CORONAVIRUS allows nonprofits to ponder two related questions: First, how will the crisis affect existing nonprofits? Second, how will it reshape the charitable sector? The first question is easy.  Weaker nonprofits will fail, and stronger ones will survive.  It’s  a tough thing to say but it’s true, and candidly, in my experience the failure of an entity does not mean the mission […]
April 2, 2020
Jack Horak Highlights The Significance And Resilience of Charity

Jack Horak Reminds Us of The Significance And Resilience of Charity

Jack Horak Reminds Us of The Significance & Resilience of Charity inspires nonprofit leaders as they navigate the uncertainties of COVID-19. Here’s what Jack Horak of TANGO (the Alliance for Nonprofit Growth and Opportunity) has to share: “I typically use the metaphor of a three-legged stool to explain the nonprofit sector to students and readers. I start by explaining that there are three sets of tasks generally necessary for any society to function.  There is […]
October 17, 2019
Jack Horak NANOE TANGO

Jack Horak Says, “Capitalism Is Philanthropy’s True Cornerstone!”

Jack Horak says, “Capitalism is always being criticized in fundamental ways, while philanthropy generally escapes serious scrutiny.” I am juxtaposing the two this way because there is a new wave of thought about reforming capitalism that simultaneously (if unwittingly) begs as many questions about philanthropy. The new wave thought readily embraces capitalism’s ability to create wealth, but wants to spread it around more widely — not by taxation and redistribution, but at the level of corporate […]