Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (April 2016)
May 02, 2016
The 2016 presidential primary races are heading into the homestretch, and for the first time in half a century the contests in California may actually help determine the winner(s). In the meantime, we've already tallied your votes for the most popular posts on PhilanTopic in April. Take a look and let us know what you think (or write in your favorite) in the comments section below....
- Why and How Do Nonprofits Work Together? (May Samali, Nathalie Laidler-Kylander, Bernard Simonin, Nada Zohdy)
- 6 Charitable Solicitation Facts to Know Before Applying for a Grant (James Gilmer)
- The Next Generation of Nonprofit Data Standards (Jacob Harold, Brad Smith)
- Sector Switching: Making the Jump From For-Profit to Non-Profit (Molly Brennan)
- The Empowered Leader…or 5 Reasons Why ‘Strategic Doing’ Beats Strategic Planning (Ami Nahshon)
- An Alliance for Action — and a Safe Space for Conversations About Race (Marisa Renee Lee)
- Why Fund 'Insignificant' Populations? (Kevin Jennings)
- Invest in Community College Students; Transform Our Communities (Catalina Ruiz-Healy)
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