SHOWING ARTICLES TAGGED WITH Non Profit

Want to do a lot of good, not just a little? Ask yourself these key questions.

Effective Altruism: Philanthropy’s New Frontier

Want to do a lot of good, not just a little? Ask yourself these key questions.

by Kara Baskin

 5 steps to making the right decision about giving back

Are You Cut Out for a Hero Job?

5 steps to making the right decision about giving back

by Kara Baskin

  Doing good can make you feel great, as long as you look before you leap

6 Things to Know Before Launching a Nonprofit

Doing good can make you feel great, as long as you look before you leap

by Kara Baskin

2 critical questions to ask before you agree to help lead a nonprofit

Board Memberships: To Serve or Not To Serve

2 critical questions to ask before you agree to help lead a nonprofit

by Eilene Zimmerman

 Ever dream of giving back by working your day job? Here’s what it takes

So You Want To Run a Nonprofit

Ever dream of giving back by working your day job? Here’s what it takes

by Teresa Dumain

How can you break in consulting firm? How much can you earn? Find out here to be good at nonprofit consulting.

Blueprint for Becoming a Consultant to Nonprofits

How can you break in consulting firm? How much can you earn? Find out here to be good at nonprofit consulting.

by Elizabeth MacBride

A new book from Encore helps you vet your idea – and figure out whether being your own boss is the right step for you.

Want to Be an Entrepreneur? 4 Things You Must Know

A new book from Encore helps you vet your idea – and figure out whether being your own boss is the right step for you.

by Susan Crandell

How one couple started a nonprofit at midlife. Listen and learn.

Case Study: Launching an Art Film Theater

How one couple started a nonprofit at midlife. Listen and learn.

by Susan Crandell

 Weathering personal tragedies did not prepare this newspaper editor for the day her career broke up with her

Amazing Comeback: Blindsided by a Layoff

Weathering personal tragedies did not prepare this newspaper editor for the day her career broke up with her

by Julie Halpert

Devastated by the death of her daughter, Liza Bercovici found solace by creating a dance program and charter school in her memory

How One Woman Turned Grief into Triumph Through Dance

Devastated by the death of her daughter, Liza Bercovici found solace by creating a dance program and charter school in her memory

by Jeannie McDowell

 After surviving cancer, Terri Wingham recharged her life by volunteering abroad. Now she’s helping others to grow, heal and serve others on an audacious adventure in India

Searching for Hope and Adventure in India

After surviving cancer, Terri Wingham recharged her life by volunteering abroad. Now she’s helping others to grow, heal and serve others on an audacious adventure in India

by Ken Budd

Turns out we aren’t the only creatures recreating our lives. Our new series takes a look at animals that have started over. First up: out-of-work elephants making art and music!

What Elephants Can Teach Us About Creativity

Turns out we aren’t the only creatures recreating our lives. Our new series takes a look at animals that have started over. First up: out-of-work elephants making art and music!

by Janice Holly Booth

It was a time to clear her mind of trivial problems that occupied too much space. She needed to be challenged again. She wondered, could one woman really make a difference?

As Far Away As You Can Get

It was a time to clear her mind of trivial problems that occupied too much space. She needed to be challenged again. She wondered, could one woman really make a difference?

by Judy Mandell