Millennial Blogger

How does your nonprofit quantify and show results?

  When you work in retail, you hear the words “we’re a results-driven business” probably every day. If it isn’t plastered on the wall in the employee break room, your manager or fellow associates are saying it (sometimes mocking it). The same can be said for any for-profit business. The bottom line: businesses need money […]


Culture of Compa$$ion: Paying Employees to Volunteer Is Good Business

  Corporate philanthropy and corporate social responsibility have gained greater popularity among business leaders. Ethical practices and giving back to local communities rank high as smart business tactics. Many businesses and corporations implement philanthropic opportunities for their employees, such as paid time off to volunteer for a selected nonprofit. explains Why Every Company […]


Voices from the Third Sector

Leadership: Multi-tasking while staying focused

Introducing our featured Executive Director for this month: Karen Gager, Executive Director at HeadsUp in Rhode Island. Here Karen shares some advice relative to common struggles cited by many of our readers: limited financial and human resources. We think you’ll relate to Karen’s challenges and hope you’ll be able to benefit from her tips on how to think […]


5 Minute Interview

Five Minute Interview: Anthony Jones of Ducks Unlimited

Third Sector Today caught up with Anthony Jones, Web Director at Ducks Unlimited, which received the Web Marketing Association’s award for Top Nonprofit Mobile Website 2013 to discuss strategy.


Nonprofit Tip

The Quest for Capacity: Part Two

The urge to ignore capacity is a natural reaction for busy nonprofit teams. Who has time for more strategic planning, tasks, or—let’s say it—panic? Help is here: Part Two on Capacity Building


Ready to Serve: the Pros of Hiring Veterans

    The smartest investment to make this year is in your staff. Choosing the perfect candidates for any position is very important, especially for smaller nonprofits and organizations. If you haven’t already, consider a large workforce of qualified, dedicated, and experienced individuals who are armed and ready to serve your nonprofit’s needs: Veterans.   […]