When we take a closer look at what Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) frameworks actually entail, it is often not worth the time and resources for most small nonprofits to go through such a process.
By expanding ESG efforts and communicating them effectively, nonprofits can engage new audiences and achieve greater impact. This article discusses how nonprofits can document and communicate their ESG impact and provides five steps to get started.
Nonprofits can learn from the for-profit sector’s efforts on ESG and begin to think about how these corporate strategies can apply to their work as well.
Nonprofits have been leaders in building sustainability for generations. Nonprofits can be the catalysts for the systemic change in consciousness we so desperately need by advocating for a community-benefit approach in our economic system.
Nonprofit organizations are givers. Reframing self-care as self-defense can help us to prioritize our people and protect our organizations.
Recovering from a disaster is not a quick process. Here’s how philanthropy must help local communities rebuild.
Succession planning gets a bad rap. But in a pandemic, especially in the early days, an emergency succession plan becomes essential to a nonprofit.
Interview with Rudy Espinoza, Executive Director at Inclusive Action for the City (IAC) in Los Angeles.
A nonprofit is sustainable when it has built long-standing relationships with supporters that are fully committed to the mission.
Activist Jose “Che” Ramirez shares some of his ideas about ending homelessness in America and taking on a system bent on holding folks down.