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December 20, 2017

NANOE Governors – Our Members Are Our Mission – Video Address

NANOE Governors heard from their Co-Founder Jimmy LaRose who announced today that NANOE’s Board of Directors have released their 2017 Values Statement named “Our Members Are Our Mission.” LaRose shared, “Dr. Kathleen Robinson’s Values Statement gives nonprofit’s what they need most…FREEDOM. Freedom to use the principles we already know work in the for-profit sector. The modern charitable CEO has rejected the tired, outdated “ethical codes” and “best practices” of old. NANOE’s Values Statement transcends the status […]
December 20, 2017

BROKEN FOR GOOD Documentary Reveals Why Charities Are Poor

BROKEN FOR GOOD: The Way Charity Works in the United States of America is a full length documentary film in its third year of production and will open in theaters in Spring 2020. Broken for Good (BFG) was slated for a much earlier release but had to be extended because of the myriad of revelations the film’s script writers uncovered during their investigation of nonprofit management. What was once a 2 year film shoot has […]
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 20, 2017

Charlotte Berry, America’s Volunteer, NANOE Nominations Co-Chair

Charlotte Berry was introduced to the world of philanthropy by her father at age 10. Always sensitive to the needs of his community James Jackson inspired his daughter to raise money for the “Milk Fund” by performing the play “Cinderella” with her elementary school friends in their family’s backyard. Charlotte charged .15 cents a ticket and was overjoyed when the local paper declared their performance a “Triumph!” She raised $13 dollars and bought 92 quarts […]