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How Nonprofits Make Great Lemonade Out of Lemons

How Nonprofits Make Great Lemonade Out of Lemons

It is a big day when the home you’ve had on the market for eleven months finally sells. In fact, for days leading up to the closing and the hours and minutes before, I was afraid to let myself get excited in case something, anything unexpected, went wrong. It did sell, but not until we spent many hours and dollars that we didn’t intend trying to make it better. We worked hard to make it attractive ...[Read More]

Make Plans to Give Now and Again Later This Year

Nonprofits on thin ice

Most email I read now begins with, “I hope this email finds you and your family safe.” Early on, I was comforted by these statements. Today they feel repetitive. I realize the writer doesn’t have any idea how to start the email or the letter right now. All the rules they lived and worked by have disappeared. Dare I repeat the other statement made so often today, “our world has changed, and we must ...[Read More]

What This Moment Requires is Guts – Let’s Accept the Challenge!

nonprofit safety net

Amid the most unusual and unexpected event of our lifetime, I find myself struggling for words. No story seems appropriate, no example relevant. I’m bombarded by hard, rough around the edges news, like the text I received a few minutes ago with a story from the local television station explaining that crisis calls to family violence shelters are up. I’m not surprised. I am deeply concerned at a le ...[Read More]

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