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Urban myths and legends gain a measure of credibility just by their frequent telling and longevity — and nonprofits aren’t immune.
You may not be able to change what co-workers do in their cubicle, but you can make your own corner of the workplace one that nurtures you.
Blue Avocado highlights a Make-A-Wish Executive Director who took an unusual approach to raising funds for her organization.
To mark one year exploring nonprofit life, we asked readers to enter our competition for the a wacky nonprofit moment. Here are the winners!
Mark Ishaug, CEO of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, expresses concern about reduced support for the HIV/AIDS community.
Keira Havens reflects on her career change from the armed services to working in fundraising for the nonprofit sector.
Health care is a society-wide crisis as well as a personal, individual one, and there aren’t ready solutions on either level.
We asked Blue Avocado readers to tell us how you found out you had gotten laid off. Too often grace and consideration aren’t part of it.
Can the “Obama movement” – with its community organizing and its newly empowered warriors for change – revitalize nonprofits?
Although Sarbanes-Oxley wasn’t aimed at nonprofits, some saw the law’s passage as a wake-up call for nonprofits.