Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (June 2017)
July 05, 2017
Don't know if you all agree, but it's unanimous here at PND: Whoever invented the four-day weekend deserves a medal. We've got a busy July lined up, but before we get too far into it, we figured this would be a good time to look back at the blog content you found especially interesting in June, including new posts by Rotary International's John Hewko, Battalia Winston's Susan Medina, DataViz for Nonprofit's Amelia Kohm, regular contributor Kathryn Pyle, and the Center for Social Impact Communication at Georgetown University. Enjoy!
- Groundwork for Good Fortune: The Real Power of Strategic Planning (David Allyn)
- President's Budget Proposal Targets Foundations (Tim Delaney)
- The Diversity Gap in the Nonprofit Sector (Susan Medina)
- [Infographic] Navigating the Online World of Nonprofit Storytelling (Center for Social Impact Communication)
- Abdul Latif Jameel: Empowering Communities to Help Themselves (Lisa Philp)
- ‘Justice Matters’ and the Power of Film to Persuade (Kathryn Pyle)
- [Infographic] The Current and Future State of Nonprofit Philanthropy (University of San Francisco)
- A Marriage of Commerce and Cause: How Rotary Is Staying Relevant in the 21st Century (John Hewko)
- Show Me: Why Your Data Should Be Seen (and Not Just Read) (Amelia Kohm)
- Weekend Link Roundup (June 3-4, 2017) (Mitch Nauffts)
What have you read/watched/heard lately that got your attention, made you think, or charged you up? Feel free to share in the comments section below. Or drop us a line at email@example.com.